Venture north over the Golden Gate Bridge to an isolated canyon filled with ancient coastal redwood trees, also known as Muir Woods National Monument.

Starting location

288 Beach St, San Francisco (Fisherman's wharf)

Duration

4 hours

Whats Included

– Entrance fee into Muir Woods National Monument ($10.00/person)
– Complimentary door-to-door hotel shuttle service from most San Francisco hotels, and SFO airport-area hotels with advance notice.
– Live tour guide narration in English
– Local Taxes

Whats NOT Included

– Tour Guide Gratuities; recommended
– Food/beverages
– Sausalito ferry boat return

What to wear

We recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes as there are many hiking trails in Muir woods, also carry a jacket in case it gets cold in the woods.

Hotel Pick up

Please call us at 415-440-8687 or at 415-345-8687 to schedule a hotel pick up atleast 48 hours prior to your travel date

MORE INFORMATION

Enjoy solitude and peace, through the cool, moist air, as you stroll through 1000-year-old trees towering 260 feet tall. Experience the awe and wonder as you are treated through Northern California’s signature fog, while you wander in and out of the Mother Nature’s redwood alleyways.

The canopy of coastal redwoods soaring above will stimulate all of your senses as you journey through a piece of ancient California history. You will never forget the crisp, fresh redwood fragrance that will surround you on your journey to the majestic Muir Woods National Monument.Entrance fee into Muir Woods included in the tour; Enjoy up to 1 hours in Muir Woods

Lastly, enjoy a scenic drive through the quaint seaside town of Sausalito – a Mediterranean-like village harbored across the San Francisco Bay, famous for its sweeping views, timeless sophistication, local boutiques and cafes.

If you would like to spend more time in Sausalito, you can get a drop off there. You will then need to buy a ferry ticket to get back to Fisherman's wharf (not included with the package).

Venture north over the Golden Gate Bridge to an isolated canyon filled with ancient coastal redwood trees, also known as Muir Woods National Monument.

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