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Monterey and Carmel Day Tour & Golden Gate Bay Cruise


San Francisco

117

1 - 10

2 days


$ 117
per person
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Tour Information


Overview
  • Travel south from San Francisco along California’s rugged coastline and admire the stunning views on the way to Monterey and Carmel. Later you’ll enjoy a 1-hour Golden Gate Bay Cruise, and see iconic sights such as the Golden Gate Bridge.
    Highlights
    • Experience the rugged beauty of California’s coastline on a drive to Monterey
    • Explore the quaint coastal community of Carmel
    • Enjoy a 1-hour Golden Gate Bay Cruise and take in breathtaking views of the majestic Golden Gate Bridge

Location
  • Around:
    • San Francisco
  • Pickup: Bus Tour departs from 288 Beach Street, San Francisco CA 94133. The Golden Gate Bay Cruise departs from Pier 43 1/2, Fisherman's Wharf.

Categories
  • Unusual Unusual
  • Food Food and Drink

Time of Tour
  • Departure at: 9:00 AM
  • Duration: 2 days

Additional
  • Price per person: $117
  • Size: 1 - 10 people
  • Discount: 0%
  • Languages: English

Inclusion
  • Inclusions
    • Bus tour with live guide
    • San Francisco hotel pick-up for bus tour
    • Bay cruise (with commentary available in 16 languages)

Cancellation
  • Cancel up to 24h before, incurring a processing fee of 10%

Monterey and Carmel Day Tour & Golden Gate Bay Cruise

Your full-day tour to Monterey and Carmel begins in the early morning with a drive south from San Francisco along Highway 1. Along the way you’ll enjoy spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, passing through Half Moon Bay and the seaside town of Santa Cruz.

The route takes you through the Salinas valley, the artichoke capital of the world, and to Monterey and Steinbeck’s Cannery Row.

In Monterey, you’ll have time to explore the shops and restaurants along the wharf, or visit the Monterey Bay Aquarium that’s home to more than 250,000 creatures and over 200 spectacular galleries.

After visiting Monterey you’ll continue along the coast to see Pacific Grove, 17-Mile Drive, Pebble Beach, Seal Rock, and the legendary Lone Cypress. Spend some time in quaint Carmel, home of Clint Eastwood, and see its unique boutiques, cafés, and charming cottage-type homes. Pass by one of the oldest Spanish missions in the country. Note that poor weather conditions may require alternate driving routes.

After a day of exploring the California coast you’ll return to San Francisco via route 101 through San Jose and the Silicon Valley, the computer capital of the world.

When you’re back in San Francisco you can head to the waterfront to take the Red and White Fleet's 1-hour Golden Gate Bay Cruise. San Francisco’s original bay cruise adventure has been sailing since 1939! Not only is it the original, it’s also the only San Francisco boat trip with commentary offered in 16 languages.

From the comfort of the ship you’ll take in views of the waterfront, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Alcatraz Island. Learn about this city’s rich cultural history as you cruise past the area’s most famous landmarks.
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Reviews

3.7 stars, based on 3 reviews
Dieter
Dieter
War leider nicht wie versprochen
Hatten den Ausflug mit Deutschen Audioguide gebucht und auch bestätigt bekommen war dann aber Leider nicht so. Den ganzen Tag nur Englisch. Sehr Schlecht !!!!!!!!
28/05/2017 at 00:00
sheldon
sheldon
Amazing!
Perhaps, the highlight of my visit back to the area. It was a beautiful, breathtaking drive with great highlights. The tour guide was warm and personable and highlighted the areas beautifully. I highly recommend this as a day trip out of the city. Monterey is a rustic and charming seaside town, with gorgeous oceanic views. I'll definitely be back again!
25/04/2017 at 00:00
Abraham
Abraham
Excelente el viaje ajustado al horario. No se nota el cansancio .
Muy entretenido y contando las historias de cada lugar uno se va cargando de conocimiento y cultura.
14/09/2016 at 00:00