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Monterey Cruiser Tour

See Monterey, Carmel, Carmel Mission, Pigeon Point Lighthouse, Pacific Grove and 17-Mile Drive

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Only Monterey tour from SF with 3, Guided Walks

See more in more comfort as you travel to the California coastal city John Steinbeck wrote about—Monterey.

Guided Walks with an expert

1) sites from Steinbeck's Cannery Row novel
2) through the Monterey Historic District
3) hidden courtyards of Carmel

Comfortable Entertainment Cruiser

Your maximum 25 passenger (not a huge motorcoach) Entertainment Cruiser (specily modified van) includes luxury seats, large windows, flat screen video/movies and complimentry refreshments.

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Pigeon Point LighthouseEnjoy California's rugged coastline on the Pacific Ocean drive to Monterey through agricultural areas, Santa Cruz, Half Moon Bay and Moss Landing with a photo stop at Pigeon Point Lighthouse.
In addition to the guided short walks you will also have time on your own for lunch and shopping in Carmel-by-the-Sea.

Monterey Bay Aquarium Option

At Monterey Bay AquariumFast entry Monterey Bay Aquarium option—no long lines. (Guests who visit the Monterey Bay Aquarium may wish to skip Historic District and Cannery Row walks).
There will be a photo stop at Carmel Mission, 2nd in the chain of 21 Spanish Missions in California.
Lone Cypress on 17-Mile DriveThe Lone Cypress and mansions of the rich and famous are highlights of the 17-Mile Drive and Pacific Grove.
Relax with a movie or play board games on the way back to San Francisco where you can exit at the Ferry Building or Union Square.

Stay Overnight Option

Sunset on Monterey BayStay overnight on the Monterey Peninsula and we'll return you to San Francisco the next day. We can transport your luggage on our motor coach and either take you to your hotel or call you a taxi from a convenient location. The next day, you re-join our tour and end back in San Francisco in the evening.
Monterey Historic ParkJust book your tour, make reservations at the hotel or Inn of your choice and use the email or phone info on your confirmation to let us know you want the Stay-Over option. We'll reserve seats for you on the second day for your return trip for just $44 per person. We can also help you with over-night reservations at that same phone number. Available Thursday–Sunday only.
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Thursday–Monday 8:30am – 6:30pm

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Monterey Cruiser Tour

    Adults    $115
    Seniors  $110 (65+)
    Children $ 90 (12 and under)
With Monterey Aquarium option:
    Adults    $145
    Seniors  $139
    Children $104

Tour Itinerary:

• Start at the Ferry Building in San Francisco
• Pacific Ocean drive to Monterey
  - Pigeon Point Lighthouse — Photo stop
  - Monterey Historic District — Guided walk
• Monterey Aquarium Option
• 17-Mile Drive & Pacific Grove — Stops such as Lone Cypress & Ghost Tree
• Carmel-by-the-Sea — Guided walk and free time
  - Carmel Mission — Photo stop
• Enjoy a movie on the return to San Francisco Union Square & Ferry Building


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Combo Muir Woods/SF Tour (w/Alcatraz ticket option)
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