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San Francisco: Muir Woods Redwoods and Wine Country Tour

1. San Francisco: Muir Woods Redwoods and Wine Country Tour

See the giant sequoia trees at Muir Woods National Monument and discover California's Wine Country on this San Francisco day trip with pickup. Walk in the shadows of the world's tallest trees before enjoying wine tastings at 3 wineries in the Sonoma and Napa valleys. Begin your morning with a convenient pickup at most San Francisco hotels. Take the the scenic drive to California's premier wine country as the tour crosses the Golden Gate Bridge on its way to a unique experience. Walk under and admire giant sequoia trees at Muir Woods National Park. Enjoy a comfortable ride to your first winery experience. Witness the golden scenery as your tour guide shares stories from the region's early winemaking history and prepares you for day that includes touring, tasting, and relaxing at three boutique wineries with characters representative of Napa and Sonoma valleys. Visit three wineries that have been carefully selected to include welcoming presentations by winemakers and educators about their vineyard, winemaking process, and unique features of their wines - most of which are only available for purchase at the winery. At midday, enjoy a generous lunch break and explore the boutique shops, history, and restaurants that surround the charming Sonoma Plaza. Finish the trip together with a memory making photo stop at the Golden Gate Bridge before being dropped off at your San Francisco hotel.

San Francisco: Muir Woods, Sausalito, and Wine Country Tour

2. San Francisco: Muir Woods, Sausalito, and Wine Country Tour

Discover all that San Francisco's surroundings offer on a tour from the city by bus.  Explore the ancient redwood forest to see the renowned towering trees, marvel at the scenic landscape from Sausalito as you tuck into a delicious lunch, and round off your day out with a wine tasting in the world-famous Wine Country. Start your day with a scenic drive over the Golden Gate Bridge to an isolated canyon filled with ancient coastal redwood trees. Arrive at Muir Woods National Monument and immerse yourself in the forest's peaceful tranquility.  Stroll through the cool, moist air, as you admire 1000-year-old trees towering 260 feet tall. As you wander in and out of Mother Nature's redwood alleyways, experience the awe and mystery of the forest surrounded by Northern California’s signature fog. Next, enjoy a 1-hour lunch break in Sausalito, the seaside Mediterranean-style village across the San Francisco Bay.  Sausalito is famous for its sweeping views, timeless sophistication, local boutiques, and cafes, and your tour guide will offer a list of popular local eateries for you to grab a bite to eat.  Don’t forget to snap a few panoramic shots of the picturesque San Francisco skyline in the distance before the tour continues. After lunch, head north into the vine-covered hillsides of the world-famous Wine Country. During your venture, visit 2 local wineries for wine tasting sessions and an exclusive estate tour.  Experience the inner workings of the wineries and their family history in Napa and Sonoma Valley, as an expert wine host walks you through the fermentation process, barrel aging, bottling, and of course tastings of some award-winning varietals.  At each winery, enjoy up to 3 to 5 tastings of their signature blends. At the end of an exciting and unforgettable day, sit back, relax, and enjoy the scenic drive back over the Golden Gate Bridge and into San Francisco as the sun slowly starts to set into the Pacific Ocean. Return to San Francisco by dinner time, so be ready to head out for a night on the town.

From San Francisco: Muir Woods Wine Tour with Napa & Sonoma

3. From San Francisco: Muir Woods Wine Tour with Napa & Sonoma

On this full-day guided wine tasting and nature tour, explore the towering coastal redwoods in Muir Woods before indulging your more sophisticated side with wine tasting in Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley. Take an eco-friendly bus ride across the Golden Gate Bridge to the Muir Woods National Monument. Upon arrival, enjoy an hour-long hike, with fresh forest air. Arrive at historic Sonoma Plaza to grab some lunch (price not included). Continue to Napa and Sonoma Valley to taste red, white, and dessert wines from renowned producers such as the Larson Family, Cline Cellars, and Robledo Family wineries. Finally, stop at the Golden Gate Bridge for photos — fog permitting.

San Francisco: Redwood & Wine Country Tour with Lunch & Wine

4. San Francisco: Redwood & Wine Country Tour with Lunch & Wine

On this full-day tour you will spend 1-hour walking in the shadows of the world's tallest trees before learning about the history, craft, and science of winemaking in California’s lovely wine country. Begin your tour with a visit to Muir Woods National Monument (or an alternative park) ahead of the crowds. Stroll along pristine nature trails and look out for native coastal ferns, clover, squirrels, foxes, and even deer. Explore the Sonoma and Napa Valleys. Winemaking began here in California's wine country more than 100 years ago. Visit a vineyard, included as part of the day’s excursion, and enjoy a guided tour through a boutique winery, dependent on availability. Afterward, visit Napa Valley for even more tastings. The 3 wineries you will visit on this trip represent a variety of grapes, specialties, winemaking styles, and size of operation, giving you a well-rounded wine country experience and lots of new favorite wines to add to your shopping list.  Your lunch will be a gourmet sit-down meal. Sit together with your group for a table-side presentation of local wines paired with each expertly prepared course of Californian cuisine. Make one final stop on the way back to San Francisco from the wine country at a scenic look-out point with sweeping views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, San Francisco skyline, Alcatraz, and the Bay Bridge where you can get great photos. Please specify your choice of one item per course during the booking process or the local partner reserves the right to choose on your behalf. All courses are paired with wine. First Course - paired with Gloria Blanc de Noir, 3 oz • Petite cheese plate with three assorted Artisan cheeses and fresh fruit Second Course - paired with Robledo Sauvignon Blanc, 3 oz (choose one) • White beans and vegetable soup topped with almond-arugula pesto  • Baby mixed greens salad tossed with citrus fresh herb vinaigrette Main Course - paired with Martin Ray Pinot Noir, 3 oz (choose one) • Mushroom ravioli with pork and beef bolognese, grated parmesan cheese • Grilled salmon over sauteéd vegetables, drizzled with balsamic reduction • Fusilli pasta arugula and almond pesto and grated parmesan cheese • Chicken scallopini mashed potatoes, sautéed spinach, and caper butter sauce

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What people are saying about Sonoma Valley

Brittany was our guide. She was a really safe driver. She was super and very knowledgeable. She made the day really fun and we had a great time. The dynamics of everyone on the trip made for a wonderful day. It was one of the most fun trips we have ever been on. Unfortunately as we got into the van in the morning there was a really obnoxious, very toxic customer. He was shouting at Brittany and being very rude. His poor wife and daughter were so embarrassed by his behavior and kept apologizing. Fortunately he got out of the van and left and so did his poor family. During the entire altercation Brittany was very professional in her handling of the situation. We had great music, great information about San Francisco. Muir Woods was lovely. The photo stops and lunch stops were well planned. The wineries we visited were very nice, well organized and had fantastic wine. We visited 2 wineries and had 4 tastings at each one. We recommend this tour company and would use them again.

Dustin was a great tour guide. He provided a lot of interesting information about San Francisco, Muir Woods, and wine country throughout the trip. He also did his best to keep the bus somewhat cool for us during record breaking heat (115 degrees), but unfortunately the weather was out of anyones control. Overall it was a good experience visiting boutique wineries.

Great tour for the money. Get to see a lot on a day. Plenty of time in Muir Woods to do the long hike. About an hour to get lunch in Sausalito. Wineries were pretty good.

It was very nice. Me and all tourist enjoyed this tour a lot. Driver was awesome Full of knowledge and experiences. I would love to come again

This trip was a great way to see all three areas. It was organized and on time. The driver gave us good information about each site.