The ultimate San Francisco full day custom tour
Overview: This is the ultimate San Francisco full-day discovery tour, designed to explore breathtaking sights, iconic places, and unique hidden gems unknown to 90% of visitors to San Francisco. Enjoy the city at your own pace, with many photo stops. The tour starts in the exciting metropolis of San Francisco. Our luxury SUV tours are conducted by local, passionate and highly-trained tour guides, many of whom are bi-lingual or multi-lingual, and have earned hundreds of 5-star reviews on TripAdvisor. Our tours are open to solo travelers, couples, families, friends, as well as corporate and incentive groups. For larger groups, we are happy to accommodate you in separate SUVs for up to seven guests, or in small luxury vans which accommodate up to fourteen.
Why choose an SUV tour? Did you know that many iconic sights and neighborhoods in San Francisco are prohibited to large van and bus tours? These include Telegraph Hill, the famous Lombard Street, the ‘Painted Ladies’ (Postcard Row) on Alamo Square, the elegant Sea Cliff neighborhood, Baker Beach, Russian Hill neighborhood on San Francisco's most famous cable car route, and many other hidden sights, scenic areas, and mysterious back streets of the city. We highly recommend our SUV tours so that you can enjoy these gems up close, including a drive down the ‘Crookedest Street in the World.’
Visit the four corners of San Francisco with Golden Horizon Tours. There is no need to waste time and money booking several tours with different companies, as we will bring you to all the best places including internationally renowned sites, as well as many that even locals don't know about. In addition to being a city rich in culture and history (most notably, the arrival of those seeking their fortunes during the Gold Rush), San Francisco's neighborhoods are very distinctive, ranging from hip and trendy to the beautifully elegant, and everything in between. With the city's reputation as a technology hub and foodie destination, there is something for everyone to enjoy and savor on this full-day guided and custom tour.
We will provide ample photo stops, and give you time to buy souvenirs along the way in your own time. Enjoy the views atop Nob Hill where the silver and railroad barons built impressive mansions, the cable cars ‘climbing halfway to the sky,’ Union Square with its glamorous shops, Chinatown (the first in North America and largest outside of Asia) - with an optional stop for fortune cookies, North Beach known as ‘Little Italy’ with pizzas to suit all tastes, and the multi-million dollar homes in Pacific Heights. Marvel at Golden Gate Park with its many wonders, including lakes, waterfalls, windmills, bison herd, museums, botanical gardens, the Japanese Tea Garden where you can enjoy a cup of hot tea in their rustic chalet, the Conservatory of Flowers with its exotic collection of flora, the De Young Art Museum ranked in the top five art museums in the U.S., or the famous California Academy of Sciences with its huge IMAX Theater, albino alligator, and exotic birds, which are sure to excite families with kids.
We will drive up to Twin Peaks, the highest point in the city, to enjoy sweeping and panoramic views of San Francisco and the bay beyond, visit the famed Haight-Ashbury, capital of the hippie movement of the 1960s and home to Jerry Garcia, Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin, the eclectic Castro District, the scenic hills of Noe Valley, and Mission Dolores, the oldest surviving building in San Francisco. A particular highlight is crossing the Golden Gate Bridge for spectacular photos in the Marin Headlands.
Along the way, your tour guide will share stories from history, as well as tales of contemporary life in this famed city. You may enjoy your lunch (not included in tour price) at one of the celebrated ethnic restaurants in the Mission District, including typical Peruvian, Argentinean, Mexican, Puerto Rican, French and Indian cuisine, or North Beach, home to a variety of Italian restaurants, or opt for spectacular views at the Cliff House or Beach Chalet overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Alternatively, as we will be driving over the Golden Gate Bridge, you may choose to have lunch in the picturesque town of Sausalito.
Whether you are a first-time visitor or a repeat customer, your itinerary will be tailored to your expectations and tour needs. Please let us know more about your priorities, points of interest, and requirements, so we may prepare your tour accordingly.
Benefits of our private San Francisco tours: A private SUV tour of San Francisco provides you and your family, friends, or your own private party with a wonderfully comfortable drive, access to exclusive districts, scenic hills and winding streets that are prohibited to large van and bus tours. Your passionate and knowledgeable driver-guide is dedicated to making sure you have a terrific tour, and won't miss out on the unique sights of the “City by the Bay.”
Our prices are competitive and our service is unmatched. We provide quality over quantity, and are committed to excellence and exceeding your expectations. Our expertise, experience, and unique style make us stand out as a well-respected leader in the tour industry. Come and join us for the tour of a lifetime!What's Included?
- Fully-guided private city tour by SUV or small van, based on your choice, refreshments (soft drink or water), city sales tax and complimentary pickup and drop-off in San Francisco downtown, Fisherman's Wharf and surrounding neighborhoods.
- Meals, driver's gratuity, entrance tickets to any optional sites, parks, museums, or monuments.
Tour Itinerary Overview
This new and exclusive tour itinerary covers the four corners of the “City by the Bay,” with the best tour guides in San Francisco. The schedule and itinerary may vary based on the season, traffic, weather conditions and your preferences. At the beginning of your tour, your guide will review the schedule and itinerary with you, so sit back, enjoy your tour, and leave the driving to us!
- Complimentary pick-up and drop-off
- Grace Cathedral –Nob Hill
- Union Square – The Heart of San Francisco's Shopping District
- Chinatown – the largest Chinatown outside of Asia
- The Financial District
- North Beach and Washington Square ‘Little Italy’
- Telegraph Hill and the Iconic Coit Tower
- Pier 39 and Fisherman's Wharf
- Lombard Street – San Francisco's Crookedest Street
- Palace of Fine Arts in the Marina District
- Pacific Heights – Elegance and Extravagance
- The Golden Gate Bridge: The Gateway to the Golden State
- The Beautiful Homes of Sea Cliff
- The Legion of Honor and Land's End
- The Wonders of Golden Gate Park
- The Japanese Tea Garden
- Twin Peaks and Sutro Tower
- Haight-Ashbury – the Hippie Capital of America
- Alamo Square Park and the ‘Painted Ladies’
- Japantown – ‘Little Osaka’
- City Hall – The Civic Center
- The Castro District – An Eclectic and Colorful Neighborhood
- Noe Valley – The Scenic Staircases Neighborhood
- The Eclectic Mission District
- Off-the-beaten-path Potrero Hill with its superb views
- AT&T Park, The Ferry Building, and Treasure Island
9.00: Complimentary pick-up at your hotel in San Francisco: Fisherman’s Wharf, Marina District, Cow Hollow, Pacific Heights, North Beach, Chinatown, Union Square, Financial District, Nob Hill, Mission, Castro, Haight-Ashbury, Japantown, Presidio, and adjacent neighborhoods. Our private tours are customizable and can depart from your preferred location in the City at your desired pick-up time.Grace Cathedral - Nob HillBack to Top
Grace Cathedral, with its magnificent central spire and towers, is the focal point of Nob Hill, and attracts a large local congregation as well as many visitors, including architecture lovers from around the world who come to admire this historic monument. The original Grace Church was founded in 1849 but was damaged in the 1906 earthquake. The Neo-Gothic style Cathedral we see today was completed in 1964 after 36 years of construction. Grace Cathedral is famous for its 44-bell carillon and labyrinth, modeled after the medieval labyrinth in The Cathedral of Our Lady of Chartres in France (there are actually two labyrinths at Grace Cathedral, one indoors, one outdoors). Nob Hill is also well known for its elegant ‘Big Four’ hotels: the Fairmont, the Huntington, the Mark Hopkins, and the Ritz Carlton.Union Square - The Heart of San Francisco's Shopping District Back to Top
Union Square is a beautiful plaza, which was once used for rallies to support the Union Army during the Civil War. The plaza is bordered by some of San Francisco's most notable stores including Macy's, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany & Co., Levi's, Nike, Neiman Marcus, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, and Victoria's Secret, with plenty more shopping choices and upscale boutiques, trinket shops, and The Westfield Mall just a couple of blocks away. Many of San Francisco's busiest theaters, restaurants, and old style saloons are located on or close to Union Square. Two cable car routes serve the Union Square area.Chinatown - the largest Chinatown outside of Asia Back to Top
Chinatown was the port of entry for early Hoisanese and Zhongshanese Chinese immigrants from the Guangdong province of Southern China who traveled across the Pacific Ocean during the Gold Rush. In addition to being the largest Chinatown outside of Asia, it was the first one in North America, and its colorful stores, temples, restaurants, and tea houses draw curious visitors from all over the world who want to explore this unique neighborhood. Located between Union Square and North Beach, it is an entirely different world full of surprises!The Financial DistrictBack to Top
The Financial District is home to the city's largest concentration of corporate headquarters, law firms, insurance companies, real estate firms, banks, and other financial institutions. The Montgomery Street block, described as ‘the Wall Street of San Francisco,’ is dominated by The Pyramid, San Francisco's tallest building, which was built in 1972. During the Gold Rush, a large area around Montgomery Street became known as The Barbary Coast, a red-light district with a reputation for gambling, prostitution, looting, and vigilante groups. The 1906 earthquake destroyed much of the original Barbary Coast, and reconstruction efforts transformed it into a classy entertainment district. Jackson Square, a small area known for its high-end art galleries and design firms, has recently become known as Silicon Alley, as venture capitalists living in San Francisco opt to have offices here rather than Silicon Valley.North Beach and Washington Square ‘Little Italy’ Back to Top
North Beach, otherwise known as ‘Little Italy,’ is a popular destination for locals and visitors thanks to its lively nightlife, jazz and blues music, character-filled bars, bohemian coffee houses (no Starbucks!), restaurants and specialist shops, many of them over 100 years old. The neighborhood adjoins the Financial District and Chinatown (on one block you'll have the best view of The Pyramid, San Francisco's tallest building). North Beach is also famous for its churches, such as St. Peter and Paul on Washington Square as well as the church and national shrine of St. Francis of Assisi, patron saint of San Francisco.Telegraph Hill and Coit Tower Back to Top
Telegraph Hill, and Pioneer Park, offers superb views of the San Francisco Bay. Coit Tower, atop Telegraph Hill, was built in 1933 in honor of the eccentric Lillie Hitchcock Coit who, as a teenager, was rescued from a fire. The Tower's architectural design is Art Deco, but is locally perceived as reminiscent of a fire hose nozzle. The inside of the Tower is famous for its historic murals, with scenes depicting California from the Gold Rush to The Great Depression. Nearby, you will find the Filbert Street Steps, one of San Francisco's famous stairway walks.Pier 39 and Fisherman's WharfBack to Top
San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf area is the city's most popular tourist destination where millions of domestic and international tourists come to visit its popular attractions, museums, aquarium, and especially to see the famous sea lions. The wharf is home to a variety of restaurants, bars, and shops as well as an eclectic mix of street entertainers. Other popular attractions include the Musée Mécanique (featured in the movie, ‘The Princess Diaries’), the Wax Museum and Ripley's Believe-It-Or-Not. This is also the location for bay cruises, and we are happy to arrange a San Francisco and Bay Cruise combo tour if you wish to explore San Francisco Bay after your city tour.Lombard Street - San Francisco's Crookedest StreetBack to Top
One block of Lombard Street on Russian Hill is famous for its steep hill and eight tight hairpin turns. With a 27% gradient, which was too steep for most vehicles, the street was paved with bricks and switchbacks were built in 1922. Until 1939, it was a two-way street. Photos of the street with its beautiful hydrangeas, which appeared on a postcard, began to draw tourists to the area in the early 1960s, thus began the custom for visitors to drive down what became known as the ‘crookedest street in the world’. Access to the street is prohibited for large vans and tour buses, but is accessible by our vehicles. For that reason we highly recommend our SUV tour. In addition to admiring the beautifully maintained hydrangea gardens, the drive down Lombard Street offers one of the most amazing views across North Beach to the Bay Bridge.Palace of Fine Arts in the Marina District Back to Top
The Palace of Fine Arts is a stunning masterpiece inspired by Roman and Greek classic architecture. It was designed by Bernard Maybeck (a prominent architect in the Arts and Crafts Movement of the early 20th century), and constructed in 1915 for the Panama-Pacific Exposition. The dramatic and impressive setting of the Palace of Fine Arts prompted filmmakers to feature this unique structure in many movies including ‘The Rock,’ ‘Vertigo,’ and ‘The Bachelor.’ While you're enjoying a stroll by the lagoon, you may see couples exchanging marriage vows or posing for photos, as this is one of the most beautiful locations in San Francisco for weddings and nature lovers.Pacific Heights – Elegance and Extravagance Back to Top
Pacific Heights is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in San Francisco and, from many vantage points, offers panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay, the Palace of Fine Arts, Alcatraz, and the Presidio. Part of this elegant neighborhood was first developed in the 1870s, with the building of small Victorian homes and, after the 1906 earthquake; many were replaced with larger period homes in a variety of architectural styles such as Mission Revival, Edwardian, and French Château. Some of San Francisco's wealthiest business tycoons, actors, politicians and celebrities live in the gorgeous mansions that grace Pacific Avenue and Broadway in particular. The area is also home to many international consulates. As of 2013, Pacific Heights was named the most expensive residential neighborhood in the United States, with some mansions going for around $35 million! These scenic hills and gorgeous views made Pacific Heights the perfect setting for famous movies, including ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’.The Golden Gate Bridge - Gateway to the Golden StateBack to Top
The iconic Golden Gate Bridge was the longest suspension bridge span in the world on completion in May 1937, spanning the opening of San Francisco Bay into the Pacific Ocean. Although, the bridge is not gold it is famous for its ‘international orange’ color, which was chosen specifically because it complements the bridge's natural surroundings and enhances its visibility in the fog. Our tour will bring you to Fort Point, Crissy Field, or Baker Beach, which offer the best views of the bridge. (For time considerations, we don't drive across the Golden Gate Bridge on the half-day tour but we do include it on our full-day San Francisco custom tour).The Beautiful Homes of Sea CliffBack to Top
Some of Sea Cliff's more famous current and past residents include Jefferson Airplane guitarist, Paul Kantner, actor Robin Williams, actress Sharon Stone, actor Cheech Marin, Gap founder Donald Fisher, and Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett. Many of the homes in this Mediterranean style neighborhood enjoy panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, the Golden Gate Bridge, China Beach and Baker Beach (a short walk on the beach is optional). Tour buses and vans are prohibited in this area to maintain privacy and exclusivity, but our SUVs are permitted!The Legion of Honor and Land's End Back to Top
The California Palace of the Legion of Honor (abbreviated to Legion of Honor) is one of San Francisco's fine arts museums, and is perched atop the cliffs at Land's End. It is a replica of the French Pavilion built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Expo, and was completed in 1924 as a memorial to the Californian soldiers who died in WWI. The museum contains a representative collection of European art and sculpture, the largest portion of which is French, including one of Rodin's ‘The Thinker’ and Joan of Arc. Land's End, on which the Legion of Honor is built, is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area located on San Francisco's wildest and rockiest coastline. It was once strewn with shipwrecks from years gone by and rife with landslidesThe Wonders of Golden Gate Park Back to Top
In 1870, William H. Hall, California's first state engineer, assisted by John McLaren a Scottish landscape gardener, started laying out the Golden Gate Park project inspired by Frederick Law Olmsted, creator of the famous Central Park in New York. It was a considerable challenge for them to convert large sand dunes into a green park. The Park consists of 1,013 acres configured as a rectangle similar in shape to, but larger, than Central Park. With about 13 million visitors annually, Golden Gate Park is the third most visited city park in the United States after Central Park in New York City and Lincoln Park in Chicago.
Attractions: Some of the most popular attractions in Golden Gate Park include the Conservatory of Flowers, the De Young Museum, the Japanese Tea Garden, Queen Wilhelmina Garden and Dutch Windmill, Buffalo Paddock, the Rose Garden, California Academy of Sciences, the Arboretum, Golden Gate Archery Range, Stow Lake with its waterfalls, pagodas and boat house, the Polo Fields and the Beach Chalet Brewery and Restaurant. There are also many walking and biking trails as well, surrounded by ponds and manmade lakes and waterfalls along JFK Drive. We recommend our San Francisco full-day private SUV tour to enjoy more time in Golden Gate Park, perhaps with a visit to the Japanese Tea Garden or to rent a boat on Stow Lake (entrance/rental fees are required at some attractions, and are not included in your tour price).The Japanese Tea Garden Back to Top
This Japanese Tea Garden is the oldest public Japanese garden in the United States, which was built as part of a sprawling World's Fair at the California Midwinter International Exposition of 1894. After the conclusion of the World's Fair, Makoto Hagiwara, a Japanese immigrant and gardener, approached John McLaren with the idea to convert the temporary exhibit into a permanent park. Enjoy a peaceful walk through an amazing collection of trees and flowers, passing through green paths linked by wooden bridges over the water. You can also enjoy a Japanese herbal tea at the old teahouse.Twin Peaks and Sutro TowerBack to Top
Twin Peaks are two connected hills standing on the highest elevation of San Francisco (after Mount Davidson). On clear days the drive to the top, and spectacular overlook offers 360° sweeping and beautiful views of San Francisco Bay Area and the Pacific Ocean. Sutro Tower, standing 297.8 m (977ft) atop Twin Peaks, was formerly used as a broadcast transmitter for radio and television stations, and is considered a landmark.Haight-Ashbury - The Hippie Capital of AmericaBack to Top
Haight-Ashbury, named for the intersection of Haight and Ashbury streets, is renowned for being the center of the 1960s hippie movement. The '60s era and modern American counterculture have been synonymous with San Francisco and the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood ever since and, with it, the rise of a drug culture and rock-and-roll lifestyle. College and high-school students began streaming into Haight-Ashbury during the spring break of 1967. During that year, the neighborhood's fame reached its peak, as it became a haven for a number of the top psychedelic rock performers and groups of the time. Famous musicians and band members lived in this neighborhood and nearby including Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix and the Grateful Dead. Today, you will see plenty of present-day hippies and it's a great place for vintage clothing, eclectic costumes, smoke shops, cafés, restaurants, tattoos and body piercing, as well as murals reflecting the glorious days of ‘The Summer of Love.’Alamo Square Park and the ‘Painted Ladies’ Back to Top
Alamo Square is a residential neighborhood and a beautiful park located in the Western Addition district of San Francisco. It is famous for ‘The Painted Ladies,’ or ‘Postcard Row,’ the beautiful Victorian Homes, which form a storybook row on the east side of the park, with the backdrop of the Financial District. Many visitors remember this location as the opening scene in the ‘Full House’ TV series. In addition to ‘The Painted Ladies,’ you will see many stunning and architecturally distinctive Victorian mansions in this neighborhood.Japantown – ‘Little Osaka’Back to Top
Built in the late 19th and early 20th century, Japanese immigrants began moving into the area following the 1906 Earthquake. By World War II, the neighborhood was one of the largest enclaves of Japanese people outside of Japan, as it took on an appearance similar to the Ginza district in Tokyo. After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, residents were forced to move out as a result of internment. In 1957, San Francisco entered into a Sister City relationship with the city of Osaka and named the neighborhood Japantown, ‘Little Osaka.’Japantown offers an amazing number of traditional restaurants, sushi bars, and karaoke lounges.City Hall – The Civic CenterBack to Top
City Hall of San Francisco is the focal point of the Civic Center area. Its European baroque dome is the fifth largest in the world, and is actually 14 inches higher than the dome in Washington, D.C.! The rotunda is a spectacular space and a venue for special civic and public events. The office of the Mayor is on the second floor where bronze busts of former Mayor George Moscone and his successor Dianne Feinstein can be found, reminding us of the assassinations of Moscone and Harvey Milk in 1978. City Hall is featured in many famous movies including The Rock, Dirty Harry, and James Bond 007. Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe were married at City Hall on January 14, 1954. Also in the Civic Center area, you will see the Asian Art Museum, San Francisco Public Library, Davies Symphony Hall, the Opera House, the Veteran's War Memorial Building (where the United Nations Peace Treaty was signed in 1945), and the California State Building.The Castro District – An Eclectic and Colorful Neighborhood Back to Top
Each neighborhood of the city is unique and authentic, including the Castro District, which draws eclectic crowds from all over the world. Castro District is one of San Francisco's most vibrant and culturally diverse communities, home to beautiful Victorian homes, popular bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. The Oscar-winning movie, Harvey Milk, starring Sean Penn, was filmed at the historic Castro Theatre, which is also known for its Wurlitzer pipe organ and sing-along movies. You will notice many rainbow flags reflecting the neighborhood's support of LGBT rights.Noe Valley – The Scenic Staircases NeighborhoodBack to Top
Noe Valley neighborhood was named after José de Jesús Noé, the last Mexican alcalde (mayor) of Yerba Buena, the original name for San Francisco, who owned the area as part of his Rancho San Miguel. Noe Valley contains many examples of the classic Victorian and Edwardian residential architecture for which San Francisco is famous. Originally a working class district, it is now a more gentrified neighborhood, popular with young families who enjoy its coffee houses, bistros, home-decor boutiques, chic clothing shops and bookstores. Don't miss St. Paul's Catholic Church, the location for the movie Sister Act.The Eclectic Mission District Back to Top
Mission District: San Francisco's Mission District is famous for its diverse cultural background, outstanding murals, ethnic restaurants, underground creek, and historic Mission Dolores. The neighborhood maintains a precarious balance between its colorful Latino roots, gritty subculture, and growing population of technology professionals. ‘The Mission’ is warmer than all other neighborhoods thanks to its geographical location, which insulates it from the fog and wind from the west. It is a ‘city’ within the city, filled with surprises, art, history, landmarks, and terrific murals relating the history and subculture of this unique neighborhood. Among the local landmarks is the Mission Revival structure style of the Women's Building considered a ‘masterpiece’ of mural art, but other hidden gems and alleys are filled with art and murals.
The historic Mission Dolores, founded in 1776, is the oldest surviving structure in San Francisco, and the sixth religious settlement established as part of the California chain of 21 missions built by the Missionaries of St. Francis of Assisi. It is featured in famous movies such as ‘Vertigo,’ starring James Stewart and Kim Novak, and was also subject of the Jerry Garcia song ‘Mission in the Rain.’Off-the-beaten-path Potrero Hill with its superb views Back to Top
Potrero Hill is a residential neighborhood known for its sunny weather, and incredible views of the San Francisco Bay and city skyline. Potrero Hill – and its nearby neighbor, Dogpatch – is now home to trendy restaurants, community gardens, craft breweries, wineries, and murals, including one of OJ Simpson who grew up in the neighborhood. Vermont Street in this neighborhood is often referred to as the true ‘crookedest street’ due to its steepness and sharp switchbacks (and was the location for car chase scenes in the movies ‘Magnum Force’ and ‘Bullitt’), but Lombard Street attracts more visitors due to its location and views. We will drive down both streets on your full-day tour. Anchor Steam Brewery, the oldest brewery in San Francisco, was relocated here in 1979.AT&T Park, the Ferry Building and Treasure Island Back to Top
For baseball fans, we will make a photo (and shopping) stop at AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, and the focal point of the newly emerging China Basin neighborhood.
Built in 1892, the Ferry Building, with its 245 ft. tall clock tower, was the hub for all passenger and cargo ships coming into San Francisco. With the building of the Oakland Bay Bridge and Golden Gate Bridge, ferry transportation ended for a number of years. Converted into office space in the 1950's, and severely damaged in the 1989 earthquake, it was extensively restored and renovated to its original beauty in 2002, and is now a destination for all food lovers, and famous for its Farmers' Markets. The Ferry Building is also the embarkation point for the Golden Gate Ferries to Sausalito, Larkspur, Tiburon, and the East Bay.
An optional side trip can include a drive across the double-decker Bay Bridge to Treasure Island, where the 1937 World's Fair was held, and which was the headquarters for the U.S. Navy. This is one of the most popular photo stops on our day and night tours, thanks to its spectacular and sweeping views of San Francisco's downtown skyline.
This SUV tour is totally private and the price is per person.
|Guests||Totally Private |
This VAN tour is totally private and not available for public
or individual reservations. The price is per party and not per person.
|Tour Prices:||Price per group|
|1 - 5 Guests||$1,139.00|
|6 - 7 Guests||$1,269.00|
|8 - 10 Guests||$1,469.00|
|11 - 12 Guests||$1,659.00|
|13 - 14 Guests||$1,769.00|
Included: Pick-up and drop off in San Francisco downtown or Fisherman’ Wharf, all applicable taxes, a private 8-hour guided tour from 9 am to 5 pm.
Not included: The price does not include meals, driver’s gratuity, overtime and optional activities or features.