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San Francisco Super Saver: Muir Woods & Wine Country w/ optional Gourmet Lunch
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San Francisco Super Saver: Muir Woods & Wine Country w/ optional Gourmet Lunch

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Combine two of San Francisco’s top area attractions—Muir Woods and Wine Country—on this tour, which saves you valuable vacation time and dollars. At Muir Woods, enjoy convenient drop-off without fighting for parking, and take your time exploring the redwoods. Head for Sonoma and Napa for visits to three wineries, where you can taste vintages without worrying about who will do the designated driving.
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Thomas V wrote a review Oct 8
Oakland, California9,813 contributions1,632 helpful votes
This is a great open space perfect for a long hike with great views of San Francisco and the Bay Area. Beware of high winds and sometimes lots of fog so be prepared for cold temperatures, as well as hot.
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Date of experience: October 2020
Ryan A wrote a review Jul 2020
Dubai, United Arab Emirates616 contributions190 helpful votes
Have to visit the other side of the golden gate bridge, if the weather is clear, you can see as far as the Downtown SF skyscrapers...so gorgeous...
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Date of experience: July 2020
Im M wrote a review Jan 2020
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I have lived in the Bay Area for almost 16 years now and I have been to the Marin headlands area too many times to count and the views there still take my breath away! I have met people from all over the world and have seen a multitude of wildlife including whales, harbor porpoise, seals, birds, deer, a mountain lion and a bobcat! The crowds can be tough on holidays and long weekends but there are plenty of areas you can explore to get away from the crowds. Detours during the busy season keep traffic flowing in one direction which allows for better parking availability. Be mindful of where you stop and watch carefully for cyclists. A must see any time of year for any age!
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Date of experience: January 2020
Jason H wrote a review Dec 2019
American Canyon, California6 contributions1 helpful vote
I live in Napa County, and commute regularly to the East Bay. But when my longtime friend came down from Washington to see me, she wanted to see this area where she had never been. Our spontaneous day trip took us to Marin Headlands. I hadn't been in that direction before. The crazy Labor Day weekend traffic didn't detract from the scenic beauty. We stopped at the overlook and took in the view of the Golden Gate Bridge. I have gephyrophobia -- fear of bridges. On my bus trips across the Carquinez and Martinez bridges, I have to distract myself with my smartphone so that I can't see the bridge. When I view the Golden Gate Bridge, I feel a twinge of fear even from a distance, and I know I can never cross it. But when my friend saw the Golden Gate Bridge, she just had to cross it. We drove back down though the Marin scenery to the bridge, me with a growing sense of dread. She knows about my phobia, so she talked me through the crossing. I'm sure it was a scenic wonder, but I only made it without panicking because I focused on the back of the truck in front of us. I much prefer the scenic wonder of Marin Headlands -- no matter how high the cliff, I'm okay with my feet on the ground.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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KennyMan7 wrote a review Dec 2019
Aylesbury, United Kingdom58 contributions16 helpful votes
I'd rented a car so drove over the Golden Gate Bridge and up around the Marin Headlands for what i'd been warned would be a foggy look back at the city. Fortunately for me the views were crystal clear with not a drop of cloud in the sky. I was very lucky! I was against the clock so couldn't stay too long but i'd highly recommend a trip up the Headlands, they're great for walkers and sight lovers alike, offering amaing views of the bay area and more. Very well signposted, plenty of parking and safe for hikers and bikers.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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