1 Day Muir Woods & Wine Country tour from San Francisco

Standard Price $125 /Adult
$105 /Child (2-11 years of age)
Tour ID 1192
Travel Days 1 Days
Departure Dates
Highlights Travel to some of Sonoma's best wineries
Taste some world renowned wines
See some of the world’s largest trees at Muir Woods
Enjoy a scenic drive across the Golden Gate Bridge

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  • Itinerary

    Spend a day you'll remember when you combine two unique California experiences in one tour. View some of the world's tallest trees in Muir Woods in the morning and then visit the world famous Northern California wine country in the afternoon.
    Muir Woods: home to the Coast Redwoods, some of the world's tallest trees in the world! With maps in hand, take a short walk through these spectacular woods and enjoy the immense natural beauty.
    After leaving the Muir Woods, this tour takes a short break in Sausalito before heading north to the famous wine country for an afternoon of wine tasting. Take in a little Wine Country history on the way to the historic Sonoma Valley. Continuing on the excursion, soak up the stunning scenery as you travel farther north into the Sonoma Valley, one of the most prized wine regions of Northern California.
    Friendly and knowledgeable tour guides offer their expertise on local wines and wineries. Two wineries are visited. See the beautiful valleys that have been supplying California (and now the world) with fantastic wines for over 60 years.
    There is an entrance fee of $10 (per person - 16 and over) to enter Muir Woods that is not included and paid direct to the park ranger.

  • Details

    Tour Begins
    Complimentary pick up service from most San Francisco hotels.
    Tour Ends
    Complimentary return service to most San Francisco hotels.
    Duration Approximately 9 hours
    Operates Daily
    Included Narration, transportation, Hotel pick up, 1 tasting fee
    Not Included 2nd tasting fee ( approximately $15 per person), Muir Woods entrance fee, Meals, Souvenirs, Gratuities