San Francisco Day Tours
Autumn Natural Wonders of Yosemite Tour from San Francisco

Natural Wonders of Yosemite Tour from San Francisco

From Half Dome to Glacier Point, Yosemite National Park stands above and beyond in beauty. First protected in 1864, the park is best known for its waterfalls, deep valleys, grand meadows, giant sequoias and vast wilderness. On this full-day Yosemite tour from San Francisco, we’ll visit some of the iconic view points in the park, including the Yosemite Valley, savor a seasonal lunch, and walk one of the park’s wonderful trails with an expert naturalist guide. Learn about the park's landscapes, wildlife, and protection efforts to preserve Yosemite for generations to come. Read more →
San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge

Natural Wonders of San Francisco Tour

Draped across geological fault lines and perched along foggy coastline, San Francisco has been undeniably influenced by its natural history and stunning environments. Explore the Bay Area’s best beaches, forests, and trails through the eyes of a naturalist on this guided excursion. Read more →
Sonoma Vineyard

Sonoma Wine Tasting & Redwoods Experience

Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Mayacamas Mountains, the scenery of Sonoma County is as spectacular as its wines. Spend the day exploring Sonoma with a naturalist guide, enjoying the rolling hills of wine country and dense old-growth forests of Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve. Taste fine wine at three boutique wineries in the Dry Creek Valley and learn about the arts of viticulture and wine making! Read more →

Monterey Bay Tour from San Francisco

All-Inclusive | Private Tour | 9:00am - 7:30pm | Daily | Year Round | Price on Request From sandy beaches to rocky cliff shore lines, take an amazing journey down the beautiful California coast on this full-day escape. Visit the amazing aquarium in Monterey and receive a VIP experience, walk along the Monetary Bay Coastal Recreation Trail with a biologist or naturalist guide, and enjoy the scenic views and destinations along the iconic 17-mile drive. Read more →