Combine two of San Francisco’s top tours into one Super Saver, which provides a comprehensive look at the best of the Bay Area. You’ll travel by bus to Muir Woods, crossing the Golden Gate Bridge on the way, and be wowed by the towering redwood trees of the old-growth forest. Then visit the waterfront town of Sausalito before returning to San Francisco for a deluxe city tour that takes in major attractions like Chinatown, Golden Gate Park and Twin Peaks.
- Full-day tour combining San Francisco Deluxe City Tour, visit to Muir Woods and Sausalito
- Tour all the city highlights, including Golden Gate Bridge, Chinatown and Fisherman's Wharf
- Exploring the giant redwood sequoia trees at Muir Woods
- Shopping and relaxing at Sausalito, California's prettiest town
- FREE wireless on board tour vehicle
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
This Super Saver expands city sightseeing to tranquil Muir Woods for an urban and outdoor combo.
This San Francisco Super Saver combines two popular tours into one, making it even easier for you to see some of the Bay Area’s top sights.
San Francisco Deluxe City Tour:
On board your tour vehicle, traverse the city to see its most popular attractions—it’s a great way to orient yourself with San Francisco and decide what places you might want to return to later on your own. You’ll enjoy views of Alcatraz and the San Francisco waterfront, check out neighborhoods like Chinatown and North Beach, and see the city’s Victorian homes, the Palace of Fine Arts, Fisherman’s Wharf and the Presidio. You’ll also make photo stops of about 20 minutes each at Golden Gate Park, the Golden Gate Bridge, Twin Peaks and, if there is time remaining, Cliff House overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Muir Woods and Sausalito Tour:
Drive across the Golden Gate Bridge, heading north into Marin County. When you reach Muir Woods National Monument, you have 75 minutes to explore the spectacular forest of ancient coastal redwoods, some of the tallest and oldest trees in the world. Walk along the shady paths to soak up this tranquil environment.
Back in your tour vehicle, head to Sausalito, a small town known for its picturesque waterfront and main street lined with shops and eateries. You have 30 to 45 minutes of leisure time to walk along the water, browse art galleries or take photos before returning to San Francisco.
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. Depending on the parking slots available, the itinerary may be reversed, starting with Muir Woods, followed by the San Francisco City 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.