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.
Currently operating Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
Daily from DEC 18 to DEC 24 as well as DEC 26 to DEC 31
approx. 7:30am to 8:30am (depending on your specific hotel pick up time)
Approximately 10-11 hours
Hotel pick-up needs to be scheduled at least 24 hours prior to departure. More information will be provided with your voucher after booking.
Currently only running small groups to allow more room for your safety and comfort.
Tour price does not include Muir Woods entrance fee ($15 for adults; kids up to 14 years are free) which must be paid at the entrance of the park - cash or card accepted.
You must be 21 years or older to sample and drink wine. ID might be required.
Currently we require all passengers to wear a mask on this tour (see safety measures).
Health and safety of our customers and staff is our number one priority, so we've introduced a number of enhanced health and safety measures.
Please note that, until further notice, submitting to temperature checks and wearing a face covering is required while on the tour vehicle (except for children under the age of two).
We encourage passengers to bring personal protective equipment and cleaning products. If you leave them behind, we will provide them for your use.
Wine Country & Redwoods Tour combines two of California’s top attractions: Redwoods and Wine Country!
You will visit both Napa Valley & Sonoma Valley wineries - total 3 wineries. All wine tasting fees are included.
Start your day roaming through the Redwood Sequoia groves in Muir Woods National Monument or other coastal redwoods location before other groups reach the park. A short drive North and you’ll have a relaxing afternoon wine tasting in California’s renowned wine country.
There will be 3 tasting stops: one in Sonoma County, one at the historic Sonoma Plaza or Healdsburg Plaza and one more in Napa County, spending 45 minutes to 1 hour at each location.
At each location, you can stroll through the vineyards and take pictures.
There will be a break for lunch at where you can explore and shop.
At the end of the day, head back to San Francisco and see the captivating sunset that the Bay Area is known for.