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Mission District Craft Chocolate Tour

Mission District Craft Chocolate Tour - San Francisco, California Star Rating

Duration: 2.5 hours
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$75.00

A 3-hour, craft-chocolate-focused guided tour in San Francisco’s colorful Mission District makes for a sweet way to get to know the area. Stroll the streets of the Mission, a historic neighborhood that has become one of the hippest areas in San Francisco, teeming with bars and restaurants ... More info ›

A 3-hour, craft-chocolate-focused guided tour in San Francisco’s colorful Mission District makes for a sweet way to get to know the area. Stroll the streets of the Mission, a historic neighborhood that has become one of the hippest areas in San Francisco, teeming with bars and restaurants. Walk past street murals and funky eateries to boutique chocolate stores, candy shops and Mexican eateries, stopping in to sample cacao-laden fare. Your expert local guide will explain the history of the neighborhood and point out what makes the Mission a great destination for chocolate lovers.

This 3-hour guided tour takes you through the chocolate factories and boutique candy shops in San Francisco’s Mission District, sampling treats at each stop of course. Munch on single-origin, locally made chocolate bars as well as sweet treats like caramel and pralines. The Mission is chockablock with chocolaty goodness.

Walk through the neighborhood as the guide points out colorful wall murals and explains the neighborhood’s intriguing history. The Mission is known for its large Mexican community. Mission Dolores, the oldest surviving structure in the city, dating from 1776, is located in the neighborhood. The area is also known for its hip and funky bars, restaurants and shops.

But the neighborhood’s history is just part of this tour. You’ll stop in candy shops and sample the fare. Hit up a Mexican restaurant to sample a Latin take on chocolate: the famous mole sauce, which is poured over enchiladas, chicken or eggs, among other things. Wash it all down with more chocolate: chocolate-spiked fruit smoothies and Valrhona drinking chocolate.

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Coastal Marin Headlands Hike from San Francisco

Coastal Marin Headlands Hike from San Francisco - San Francisco, California Star Rating

Duration: 6 hours
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$85.00

Hike  along the dramatic coastline of the Marin Headlands, situated at the northern entrance to the Golden Gate. Climb hillside paths with your guide and stop to admire sweeping views of San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge ... More info ›

Hike  along the dramatic coastline of the Marin Headlands, situated at the northern entrance to the Golden Gate. Climb hillside paths with your guide and stop to admire sweeping views of San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. You'll visit the Marine Mammal Center, Rodeo Beach, and Point Bonita on this 6-hour day trip from the city.

Departing any hotel in San Francisco, this 6-hour excursion begins with a scenic drive north across the Golden Gate Bridge. Arriving at the Marin Headlands, embark on foot along the windswept peninsula overlooking San Francisco Bay. Start your hike near Rodeo Beach, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and climb up into the hills with your guide.

During a brief visit to the non-profit Marine Mammal Center, learn about the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of injured seals and sea lions. Then cross the beach and head up the other side of the headlands onto nearby ocean cliffs. You’ll end up at Point Bonita, the entrance to the Golden Gate. If the lighthouse is open, make a quick visit.

Be sure to keep your camera on hand for postcard-worthy views, including the Golden Gate Bridge, before the return drive to the city.

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Mount Tamalpais Views and Redwoods Hike

Mount Tamalpais Views and Redwoods Hike - San Francisco, California Star Rating

Duration: 6 hours
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$85.00

Explore a range of terrain on foot, including coastal redwoods and oak woodlands, on this 6-hour hiking tour at Mt. Tamalpais ... More info ›

Explore a range of terrain on foot, including coastal redwoods and oak woodlands, on this 6-hour hiking tour at Mt. Tamalpais. Known simply as Mt. Tam by Marin County residents, the mountain trails provide spectacular vistas from every turn. Your guide provides round-trip hotel transport from San Francisco.

Start your 6-hour itinerary with pickup from any hotel in San Francisco. Then make the journey with your guide across the Golden Gate Bridge to Marin, and disembark your vehicle at Mt. Tamalpais (entrance fee included). 

The hike takes you along the south face of Mt. Tam, which features sweeping views of San Francisco Bay and the world-renowned coastline. Keep your camera on hand while you trek past towering redwoods and alongside seasonal streams. 

The trek begins with a steady descent down the mountain and includes a brief stop at the historical West Point Inn for refreshments. Then you'll continue on a hiking path into the tranquil forest before making your way to open trails with additional views. Afterward, relax on the return drive to the city.

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Best of Berkeley Gourmet Food Tour

Best of Berkeley Gourmet Food Tour - Berkeley, California Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours 15 minutes
Location: Berkeley, California

From USD
$105.00

Just a few miles east of San Francisco lies what many call the birthplace of California cuisine: Berkeley. On this 3-hour gourmet food tour, your expert guide will take you behind the scenes of the North Shattuck district, known locally as the Gourmet Ghetto ... More info ›

Just a few miles east of San Francisco lies what many call the birthplace of California cuisine: Berkeley. On this 3-hour gourmet food tour, your expert guide will take you behind the scenes of the North Shattuck district, known locally as the Gourmet Ghetto. At several acclaimed local food spots – including the very first Peet's Coffee & Tea – enjoy tastings of gourmet cheeses, chocolates, gelato, pizza, sandwiches, wine and more. You'll chat with owners and chefs about the city's culinary history and culture, and discover their commitment to sustainability and local, organic food and farming.

Your tour departs from Shattuck Avenue in downtown Berkeley at your selected departure time. Conveniently located near the BART train station, Berkeley – considered by many as the birthplace of California cuisine – is easily accessible from San Francisco.

On your 3-hour food tour, you’ll explore Berkeley’s North Shattuck district, known locally as the Gourmet Ghetto. This neighborhood is home to long-established culinary icons including Chez Panisse and The Cheeseboard Collective, as well as emerging edible enterprises such as The Local Butcher Shop.

Your expert guide has tons of background knowledge and experience in the Bay Area culinary world, so you’ll enjoy informative and entertaining commentary about this East Bay city’s renowned food history and culture as you visit local hotspots.

Indulge in homemade cupcakes at Love at First Bite Cupcakery & Bakery, beautiful gourmet chocolates at Alegio Chocolates, crispy potato puffs at Gregoire’s and pizza at The Cheeseboard Pizzeria. Sip tea at Imperial Tea Court, munch on meaty sandwiches at The Local Butcher Shop, and slurp homemade soups at SOOP in Epicurious Garden.

Wash your food tastings down with a wine tasting at Vintage and some coffee at the original Peet’s Coffee & Tea, a West Coast coffee institution.

You’ll meet and chat with owners, chefs and purveyors about this food-focused neighborhood and the city’s commitment to seasonal, organic, locally grown food and sustainable business practices. Your delicious gastronomic experience ends back at your original departure point.

Please note: Places visited and tastings are subject to change depending upon availability.

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San Francisco at Night: Segway Tour of North Beach, Chinatown and the Embarcadero

San Francisco at Night: Segway Tour of North Beach, Chinatown and the Embarcadero - San Francisco, California Star Rating

Duration: 2.5 hours
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$75.00

When the sun goes down in San Francisco, a twinkling display of lights keeps the city glowing throughout the night. While a brisk stroll is one way to admire this nightly light show, why not cover more ground on a Segway tour of Chinatown, North Beach and the Embarcadero? It’s a rare opportunity to take this two-wheeler on the streets of some of San Francisco’s most famous neighborhoods after dark ... More info ›

When the sun goes down in San Francisco, a twinkling display of lights keeps the city glowing throughout the night. While a brisk stroll is one way to admire this nightly light show, why not cover more ground on a Segway tour of Chinatown, North Beach and the Embarcadero? It’s a rare opportunity to take this two-wheeler on the streets of some of San Francisco’s most famous neighborhoods after dark. Your guide keeps you, family and friends on track with fun trivia and facts about the sights you pass, and there are plenty of stops to take photos along the way.

Join a troupe of Segway riders on Beach Street, along Fisherman’s Wharf, to gear up for your evening ride with a 40-minute safety orientation. Along with a helmet and safety vest, you’ll get hooked up with a radio device so you don’t miss any of your guide’s commentary along the way. Once you feel comfortable on your two-wheeler, hit the streets to see Chinatown, North Beach, Fisherman’s Wharf and the Embarcadero lit up at night. It’s a great way to see the city in a new light!

Depart from Beach Street to head up to North Beach, or what locals consider the city’s Little Italy. The streets are flanked by bustling Italian restaurants, with the scent of authentic warm dishes wafting from the doorways. Imagine the Beat poets and artists who once roamed the neighborhood as your guide shares history about the counterculture movement at Washington Square Park by Saints Peter and Paul Church.

Cruise over to nearby Chinatown, one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods. Along the lantern-lit streets, peer into dim sum houses, admire temples and appreciate souvenirs that dangle from windows and spill over display tables. If you visit in mid-winter, expect to see festive decorations in honor of the Chinese New Year.

From Chinatown, head east toward the waterfront to take in the Bay Bridge, which appears to be dressed in tinsel; it’s actually a light sculpture known as Bay Lights. Continue along the Embarcadero past the Ferry Building to Fisherman’s Wharf for a look at the historic piers and harbors. Enjoy nighttime views of Alcatraz and Fisherman's Wharf before ending your Segway tour at the start point.

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Advanced Segway Tour in Golden Gate Park

Advanced Segway Tour in Golden Gate Park - San Francisco, California Star Rating

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$75.00

Discover Golden Gate Park on this 2.5-hour Segway tour in San Francisco, geared for advanced riders. Glide past 8 miles (13 km) of vibrant gardens, historical monuments, and treasured museums while learning of its history from your guide ... More info ›

Discover Golden Gate Park on this 2.5-hour Segway tour in San Francisco, geared for advanced riders. Glide past 8 miles (13 km) of vibrant gardens, historical monuments, and treasured museums while learning of its history from your guide. Explore the park’s eastern end, taking in sights such as the Lily Pond and Shakespeare Garden while listening to trivia and anecdotes about the area via audio headset. 

 

Start your Segway tour of Golden Gate Park at the Music Concourse, located behind the bandstand. This advanced tour, catered to a maximum of six participants with prior Segway riding experience, includes less time learning to ride to ensure more time touring the park. Test out your Segway to brush up on your skills, then snap on your headset and radio transmitter to hear your guide's commentary. Gloves, hats, and jackets are also provided, depending on the weather.

After this brief introduction, head out on a 2.5-hour route that covers roughly 8 miles with some challenging terrain along the eastern end of the 1,017-acre (411-hectare) Golden Gate Park. Glide past iconic landmarks and stop for pictures at unique monuments along the way. Learn the history of the barren sand dunes, dubbed the 'outside lands' by early San Francisco settlers, and hear how early designers transformed the area into the lush park modeled after Frederick Law Olmstead’s famous Central Park in New York City. 

Stop in front of the Japanese Tea Garden, Conservatory of Flowers, DeYoung Museum, and Academy of Sciences. See lesser-known sites such as the Lily Pond, Prayerbook Cross, and the Fern Grotto. Hear about the Summer of Love and former local bands such as the Grateful Dead, and look for blue herons, red-tailed hawks, and tropical parrots that inhabit the park.

Upon completion of the tour, you will be within easy walking distance of local shops and restaurants and close to public transit options easily connecting you to Union Square and Fisherman’s Wharf.

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