Muir Woods

From: $700.00

Crossing the Golden Gate Bridge to Marin is a San Francisco experience not to be missed. Muir Woods was the first National Monument created to preserve a living species: the Coastal redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) is the tallest tree species in the world, and those in the park average 600 to 800 years old, some are over 1000 years old and as tall as a 25-story building.

Important Notes

The deposit amount collected today is 25% of total cost of the tour. Your card will be charged the remaining 75% (in addition to any fees and costs) upon completion of the tour.

Description

 

Crossing the Golden Gate Bridge to Marin is a San Francisco experience not to be missed. From afar, the City looks brilliant and welcoming on a flawless sunny morning; alluring and mysterious in a foggy afternoon. If San Francisco is liken to be an elusive maiden, the Northern California Coast is like the girl next door: a natural beauty, warm and free-spirit; when the light hits just so, she glows with such enviable loveliness.

Muir Woods was the first National Monument created to preserve a living species: the Coastal redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) is the tallest tree species in the world, and those in the park average 600 to 800 years old, some are over 1000 years old and as tall as a 25-story building.

Tour Details

Total Time

4 hours

Cost

Approximately $700 (depending on transportation selected – plus costs, fees and additions). Note: Parking is $30-$45 depending on vehicle size.

Important Notes

The deposit amount collected today constitutes 25% of total cost of the tour. Your card will be charged the remaining 75% (in addition to any fees and costs) upon completion of the tour.

Transportation Options

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