Your adventure begins the moment you start the amazing 3-day tour in SF!
With so much variety on the menu you will experience the natural beauty and captivating waterfront attractions of San Francisco.
Iconic symbols of San Francisco await you!
*The itinerary depends on how many stops you want to make during the tour, and may be revised.
*The tour can be modified to meet your preferences.
Day 1. San Francisco
- Explore the sights of San Francisco that are postcard images of the city;
- Have a customized tour with a private local guide, choose the places you want to see and things you want to do;
- Tour San Francisco with Cable Car and see all must-see destinations of San Francisco;
- Take a hike in Golden Gate Park, where Charlie Chaplin filmed scenes for movies. It is one of the most popular and largest parks in the US.
You can choose the places you want to see. Suggested sights:
Golden Gate Park – The Park, where history meets nature to create a mix of attractions, activities and fun events for a lifetime experience. Things to do in Golden Park: sip a tea in Japanese Tea Garden; explore more than 26 million specimens in the world’s greatest museum of natural history - The Academy of Sciences; enjoy American art spanning from the 17th to 21st century, and the art from Africa and the Pacific in the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco – de Young Museum, and many more!
Golden Gate Bridge – the symbol of San Francisco;
Chinatown – the most historical Chinatown in the Northern America with great authentic Chinese cuisine;
Embarcadero – a perfect place to have a scenic promenade and take in the views of palms, the bay and the Ferry Building;
The Castro – the most progressive neighborhood of San Francisco, famous for LGBT community;
Alamo Square and The Painted Ladies – Victorian architecture, pastel colors, beautiful history
Or any other places must sees and off the beaten place you want to discover on your private 3-day tour of San Francisco.
Day 2. Muir Woods/Stinson Beach/Mount Tamalpais/ Marin Headlands
- Drive along the Marin Headlands, with incredible views of Golden Gate Bridge looking back on San Francisco. So scenic, it is where most car commercials are made;
- Indulge in the beauty and wonder of Muir Woods, with incredible redwoods and shade for an ideal easy hike;
- Muir Beach, get your feet wet in the Pacific Ocean;
- Stinson Beach, an awesome curvy drive along the ocean with lunch at the coast side;
- Mt. Tamalpais, where mountain bikes were invented and gorgeous hikes overlooking an incredible canyon and beautiful wildlife;
- Mill Valley, visit the quaint small town and have a coffee with the locals in the town square;
- Lunch in one of the best places to find savory seafood and serving selections to please any palate.
There’s no closer place to heaven then Marin Headlands, they say. Top thing to do in Marin County, this spot must definitely be on your list of places to go. Explore the untouched land of San Francisco. Majestic views from the top. Picture-perfect destination and ideal spot for making selfies.
Muir Woods/Muir Beach
Hike through the sprawling redwoods of Muir Woods and enjoy the aroma of the pine and the eucalyptus, huge trees and a forest floor of lush growth as you walk down the trail. This peaceful oasis is a good mix of walking tracks and plenty of places just to sit and the amazing energy and the quiet solitude of the forest.
Want to dig your toes into the sand? Wait till we get to the Muir Beach to do just that! Less crowded than nearby Stinson, Muir Beach is hidden away from the hustle of the big city and is a lovely place to relax and watch the seagulls.
Surrounded by Muir Woods, Muir Beach, Point Reyes National Seashore and Mount Tamalpais, Stinson Beach is a very popular destination. Come here to take in some rays from the sun.
What once was the area for raising milk cows, is now a coastline, renowned for its magnificent views and cleanliness.
For a truly extraordinary adventure experience, drive to Mt. Tamalpais State Park for a stunning view from the 2,571-foot peak. What is there to watch? Well, how about the Farallon Islands 25 miles out to sea, hills and cities of the East Bay, the Marin County hills, San Francisco and the bay and Mount Diablo.
Want more? On a clear day, try to spot the Sierra Nevada's snow-covered mountains 150 miles away.
Mount Tamalpais is often considered the symbol of Marin County.
The first inhabitants arrived to Marin County about 6,000 years ago. Mill Valley has a total area of just 4.8 square miles (12 km2) and still more than 600 village sites have been identified on this area.
Mill Valley is a concentration of American heritage: nature, culture and history combine here in a harmonious way.
Day 3: Sausalito/Napa Valley/Oxbow Public Market
- Sausalito, the artsy community with right along the San Francisco Bay, for a great stroll, and enjoy an espresso along the waterfront;
- Napa Valley, for the best wine tasting in America. Visit 2 or 3 wineries for red, white or bubbly tasting. Along the route the cute towns of St. Helena, Rutherford, Yountville and Napa greet you with open arms;
- Enjoy lunch in a cute diner with casual atmosphere along the way;
- Oxbow Public Market, for all your culinary delights;
- Travel to the East Bay and into University of California, Berkeley (CAL), a great college town.
Sausalito is a hub of nature and culture. With a variety of museums, parks, beaches and vista points, it’s easy to get lost in Sausalito’s culture and charm. Take time to delve into the area’s history and nature, with history dating back to 1893.
Sausalito was once called Liwanelowa – a Coast Miwok settlement. The first European visited the present-day area of Sausalito 240 years ago, in 1775.
Get to the best spot to get a head on view of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge.
Napa Valley, located in the heart of Napa County, is considered one of the premier wine regions in the world. With 43,000 acres (174 km2) of wine, food, nature and art, the adventure is waiting to be discovered!
There’s no better time to check out what Napa Valley has to offer than from January to March when Napa celebrates an annual Mustard Festival devoted to the "food, wine, art and rich, unique agricultural bounty of the Napa Valley".
Culinary and wine tasting tour will be a lifetime experience for you! Enjoy special activities and events all year long.
Oxbow Public Market
There are deals to be had when happy hour rolls around. Head to Oxbow Public Market to enjoy Cold Brew Coffee, or a signature cocktail, or grab a craft beer.
With all the variety of cheese, ice-cream, chocolates, oysters and wine specials that this flagship market offers, it’s easy to see why this place has been a popular spot for so long!
The 40,000 square foot marketplace features local organic produce, artisan cafes, and a scenic outdoor deck with the Napa River views.
Enjoy seasonal displays and fun events!
|Your tour:||Fun facts, iconic places, local experience, great neighborhoods, friendly guide|
|Your guide:||Bright, energetic, local, enthusiastic and fun! Your guide is your local friend.|
|Pick up & Drop off:||Lobby of your hotel or any place within San Francisco city limits|
|Start time:||any time|
|Extra hours:||If you are having a good time and want your San Francisco tour to last a little bit longer, you are welcome to do that. Please note: You will be charged $40 USD per extra hour.|
|Tipping suggestions:||If you feel like you had a good experience, your guide would appreciate a tip. It's not mandatory. It's your decision whether you want to give your guide a tip.|
*This tour can be modified to meet your preferences