This year-round 4-day tour is a perfect choice for all San Francisco Visitors that would like to extend their stay to explore a bit more of California and Nevada including the Capital of the Gambling World -- Las Vegas.
In the morning, we will all meet by the Public Library in San Francisco to start our city tour. We'll dedicate the ﬁrst day to exploring the City by the Bay from the iconic neighborhoods of Union Square and Nob Hill to the characteristic Chinatown and Pier 39. We'll hop aboard one of the Bay Cruises to admire the Skyline of San Francisco by the water, we'll have the opportunity to see from up close the infamous Penitentiary of Alcatraz and of course we will go right by the impressive Golden Gate Bridge spanning over the bay for approximately 8,981 feet (2,737 m.)
We'll leave San Francisco behind by the early evening just in time to admire the beautiful Skyline lighting up from the Bay Bridge. The tour will continue towards Yosemite National Park where will spend one-day exploring Waterfalls (here the Yosemite Falls is the tallest in the States), Mountains, Lakes and Glaciers including a brief walk by The Visitor Center to admire some of the best sights this park can oﬀer including the Bridal-Veil Falls, Half Dome, and El Capitan. A full day immersed in Mother Nature.
* Please note that due to Winter Weather, heavy snowfalls and extreme conditions, we cannot visit Yosemite in the late fall/winter/early spring. During this season, we will opt instead to visit the historic and quaint town on Monterey, California famous for its historic Wharf's and Main Street.
The second half of the Tour will take us towards the deserts including the Death Valley which we'll cross to enter in the state of Nevada. We will spend one night in Las Vegas where you will have the chance to try your hand at the casinos or simply enjoy all that Vegas oﬀers including restaurants, shows, attractions and more. We'll conclude the Tour visiting the popular Hoover Dam where not only we can admire some of the oldest rock formations found in the US but also learn the history of the Dam and understand how the territory changed due to its construction. We will then head towards Los Angeles for a late afternoon/ evening arrival.