Reconnect with nature on this guided Muir Woods and Sausalito tour with family and friends. Extranomical Tours offers a relaxing trip from San Francisco to Muir Woods to explore the giant redwood forest and the charming seaside town of Sausalito. Start your tour crossing the Golden Gate Bridge and stop for photos on the ride back to your San Francisco hotel.
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Yes, the entrance fee to Muir Woods is included in your tour cost.
Yes, you’ll first start your tour crossing the Golden Gate Bridge as the tour heads to Muir Woods. You’ll see it again on your ride back to San Francisco and stop for pictures if you select the round trip, weather and time permitting. If you select the ferry tickets included option, you’ll have photo opportunities with the bridge, Alcatraz, and the city skyline.
Yes, you’ll have an English-speaking tour guide in the Muir Woods. Recorded audio guides are also available for foreign language speakers: Spanish, French, German, Italian, Mandarin, Korean and Japanese. Please make a note in the “Have Special Needs?” section when booking your reservation if you require this assistance. Please specify which language.
The hike is very easy as long as you stay on the main Redwood Creek trail.
Best to dress in layers as the Muir Woods can be chilly in the morning. Wear comfortable walking shoes or sandals, and refrain from wearing flip-flops or heels.
Best to bring a camera or phone, water bottle, hat, sunscreen, umbrella (if the forecast calls for rain), and a credit card or cash for snacks, souvenirs and gratuities.
For your child’s safety, all vehicle tours require child safety seats or a booster for every child under eight (8) years of age or 4′ 9″ in height. If you need assistance arranging for a safety seat, please leave a comment in the “Have Special Needs?” section when booking your reservation.
No, meals are not included, and picnics are not allowed in Muir Woods. There is a small café just inside the entry gate, but best to have a meal before the tour so you’ll spend more of your time on the tour.
Sausalito is a picture-perfect spot for lunch/dinner and has several restaurant options on the bay’s shore during the hour-long stop.