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Our tour to Muir Woods and the winery tour of Sonoma and Napa was a great day to spend a day out of the City by the Bay. It was on 11 March. The tour included a small detour for some great pictures of the Golden Gate Bridge. Lunch at Sonoma Valley on a sunny March afternoon did not just taste good, it was a burst of fresh colours around the park. The wife loves cherry blossoms - now we know Japan does not have a monopoly on them; the stretch of cherry blossoms on the way out of Cline vineyard was as impressive as those we saw in Japan. The view of the lush green landscape was very impressive. A great day for pictures. Kudos to our tour guide who was superb and made the whole day a great day. Cheers.
this trip was perfect, small group of 10, very good tour guide (Travis ist No 1..!!), bus was clean with luxary space for evenryone, the stops were well planned, not too short and not too long, nice footwalk at Muir Woods and 3 wine tastings are a perfect combination of sightseeing and exclusive pleasure - we enjoyed it all over
This tour was exceptional. For anyone looking for a full day in Napa/Sonoma without staying overnight there - this is the tour for you. The tour was organized, timely, and the stops were AMAZING! Not to mention our tour guide was one of the best I’ve ever had. Knowledgeable, funny, and enjoyable !
Yosemite, Redwoods, Wine Country was great! Did not get refund for Monterey. High wind Advisory over cliffs of Pacific Coast Hwy and heavy rain. Why I didn't go! I don't want to die because of tour company ignorance. I want my money back! Please respond.
Great day under the knowledgable guidance of Randall. Meditative time in the Redwoods at Muir Woods, nice lunch in delightful Sonoma and tastings at 3 wineries in Sonoma and Napa valleys. Balanced and well paced trip. We both learned a lot!