Muir Woods National Monument and the village of Sausalito are two of the most popular things to do north of San Francisco. This convenient tour from the city makes it easy to check off both from your list, plus take a San Francisco Bay cruise for even more photo ops.
Your morning starts with a drive across the Golden Gate Bridge, where you’ll stop to take in views from Vista Point on your way to Muir Woods. You have about 75 minutes here to walk along paths through the forest of old-growth coastal redwoods, known for being some of the oldest and tallest trees in the world.
Then head to Sausalito, a picturesque small town nestled between the Marin Headlands and San Francisco Bay on the north side of the Golden Gate Bridge. Take a walk on the waterfront, grab a snack (own expense) or check out the art galleries and shops. Once back in San Francisco, board your 1-hour Bay Cruise departing from Pier 39.
Your narrated cruise takes you underneath the bridge (weather permitting) and past Alcatraz Island. Enjoy views of the city skyline and the local sea lions, and then end your tour with a drop-off in San Francisco.
Please note: the order of activities can change, depending on the Muir Woods departure time, which won’t be confirmed until about a week before each tour.
Due to changes that the National Parks Service has made to the parking reservation systems for Muir Woods, from May 15 2018 we are unable to guarantee specific tour times to this popular destination at the time of booking.
The Muir Woods and Sausalito portion of this tour lasts approximately 4 hours and you will be contacted by email one week prior to your tour date to confirm the timing of your tour.
While we appreciate that this may not be ideal for your trip planning, unfortunately these are circumstances beyond our control and we, like all tour companies, are restricted in the times that bus parking will be available.
We hope that this does not spoil your trip to San Francisco and that you will join us to experience the majesty of the towering redwoods and natural beauty of this world famous historic landmark.