Visit the well-known Muir Woods Redwood trees and visit beautiful Sausalito with this half day tour.
You will be picked up from your hotel in San Francisco in the morning, to make you way to Muir Woods National Park. The journey will take about 40 minutes, and will take you through the famous Golden Gate Bridge, where you will stop to enjoy views over San Francisco skyline, and take pictures if you so wish.
Muir Woods offers an impressive diversity of flora and fauna, that either lives at a low level, on the forest floor, or above your head, on the canopy. You will not only get to see the majestic redwoods, but also Steller’s jays, ladybugs, ancient horsetail ferns, and banana slugs.
You will explore the park via the main accessible path. Manual wheelchair users might need a little help in some specific areas. Assistance will be provided whenever required.
After visiting Muir Woods, you will make your way to the seaside town of Sausalito for a quick guided tour. With its Mediterranean style, Sausalito offers a 4 km-long waterfront, that you will get to explore, in about 45 minutes in total.
You will then make your way back to the city, passing across the Golden Gate Bridge once again.
If you would like to spend more time in Sausalito, you could also stay there and take the fully accessible ferry back. It gives a chance to see the bay and the iconic San Francisco ferry building from a different point of view, for an extra $11 per person.
Visual Guides: Braille Brochure and Trail Map
– Travel insurance (is mandatory you purchase appropriate insurance for this trip thinking in your personal needs)
– Snacks & Beverages
– Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
– The same price applies to all travelers. For this reason, when booking on our website, it is important to select the total number of people traveling, whether with or without a disability.
– The departure time can be arranged according to your wishes.
– The journey will take you on windy roads. Please keep that in mind if you are likely to be car-sick.
– Please note that there is no phone signal in the woods.
– Part of the accessible trail is currently closed for restoration. Every effort has been made to reduce the impact on visitors.
– As it can get quite cool in the woods, bringing a jacket and several layers of clothing might make the experience more comfortable.
– Accessible bathrooms are available at the entrance of the woods and at the gift shop / coffee shop at the end of the trail.
– The ferry from Sausalito to San Francisco runs about every 90 minutes, from 11:30 to 21:00, everyday.
Option 1: Union Square, San Francisco, California, EE. UU.
Option 2: We will organize the transportation for you from your hotel and back.