Muir Woods Tour
The Golden Gate Bridge, Sausalito, & The Red Woods
Cross the Golden Gate Bridge and stop for views and snaps.
We’ll be crossing over the Golden Gate Bridge where we’ll be able to stop in order to view San Francisco from a Vista Point. Thousands of travelers from all over the world enjoy the breathtaking view from this very historical monument. We recommend bringing a sweater.
Lunch in Sausalito
The village of Sausalito will be our next stop. Time will be given for shopping and lunch in this picturesque colony of artists nestled among the northern shores of San Francisco. Your chauffeur will be able to make many restaurant recommendations for you.
Want to skip this and do that? Not a problem! This tour is totally customizable to your time and goals.
TIP! We recommend bringing a sweater and wearing comfortable walking shoes.
Now take a hike!
Get away from the city and relax at Muir Woods, Red Wood Forest. The coastal redwoods are the tallest living things in the area. The Bohemian and Cathedral groves contain the biggest trees in Muir Woods— one is 252 feet tall and one is 14 feet wide. Most of these trees range in age of 800-1000 years old!
There are a range of trail length for the beginner to the pro ranging from half-an-hour to half-a-day if that’s what you’d like. Six miles of the forest park is actually paved to make it easy for wheelchairs and mothers with strollers. Though be aware, the longer hikes are unpaved.