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We visited both Angel Island and Alcatraz on one trip. I had not heard on Angel Island but very pleased we visited.
We went on the tram tour around the island which was interesting and included photo stops.
The cafe was good value, serving a...More
I wasn't keen to go but it was part of our ticket to Alcatraz. I'm so glad I went. The Island tour on a tram thing is really educational, it takes you right round the perimeter of the island. You'll see the Chinese immigration centre...More
Me and my boyfriend booked angel island as the Alcatraz only trip was sold out however I much preferred angel island and as it says on the website it is an absolute hidden gem! How people don’t know more about this I don’t know. The...More
Only went here because Alcatraz only tour was booked a month in advance and so had to join the Alcatraz&Angel Combo Tour. The island is indeed beautiful and would be a nice place for camping, a cookout, biking, or hiking. However, overall didn’t feel it...More
Take the Angel Island ferry from tiburon and enjoy a 5.5 mile hike around the island with spectacular views of yachts on the bay, the Bay Bridge and the golden gate, and San Francisco’s amazing skyline. The hike around the perimeter road is mostly easy,...More
We took the ferry from pier 39 area with the expectation of doing a Segway tour. On arrival there was no sign of any Segway, only a small cafe and a tram tour that had already left. We looked around in dismay, wondering how to...More
We had a tour here which included a tour on the tram, with a guide telling us more about the area.
I'd like to have more chance to find out about the workings of the island, especially during its immigration times.
The cafe near the...More
Packed with family-friendly entertainment, quality hotels, and good food, there's something for everyone at Fisherman's Wharf. From street performers and historic cable cars to art galleries and museums, a postcard-worthy photo is available on every corner. Bring your appetite: seafood lovers will be rewarded with Dungeness crab and sourdough bread bowls, while Ghirardelli Square will satiate anyone's sweet tooth
after a day at Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. Don't forget to say hello to the adorable sea lions that make this neighborhood a true San Francisco treat.
The Tram we rode was designated for the people that were part of the Alcatraz tour only. Granted that tour is seasonal for the summer months and maybe the Trams are used for other reasons outside of that time. But all the... More
The Tram we rode was designated for the people that were part of the Alcatraz tour only. Granted that tour is seasonal for the summer months and maybe the Trams are used for other reasons outside of that time. But all the other people we saw were walking or riding bicycles. But if your cabin is not close to the marina, there has to be something offered due to the size of the island.
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As others have said, Yes you are welcome to bring your bike. There are many great paths and roads to bile on. Stop by the information station and pick-up a free maps of the island. Also you can rent bikes but they are in... More
As others have said, Yes you are welcome to bring your bike. There are many great paths and roads to bile on. Stop by the information station and pick-up a free maps of the island. Also you can rent bikes but they are in short supply and often all out.