Best Tour from San Francisco to Los Angeles?
Does any one know a good tour from San Francisco to Los Angeles going through Yosemite and Grand Canyon taking 7-10 days?
- postal pLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
Starline Tours' California Coast Ride
Star Line Tours offers a three-, five- or seven-day trip from Los Angeles to San Francisco. The trip starts in Los Angeles, where visitors are given a tour that includes stops at the Hollywood sign, Rodeo Drive, Melrose, Sunset Strip, the Farmers Market, Olvera Street, Chinatown, The Music Center, the Griffith Park Observatory and movie stars' homes in Beverly Hills and Bel Air. Traveling the area between LA and San Francisco is done by train and by taxi. The sights in the Central Coast include the Paso Robles, the Hearst Castle, Salinas, Monterey, and the Lone Cypress at Pebble Beach. In San Francisco, visitors are given an afternoon to explore the city and are offered dinner at either a French or an Italian restaurant. The next morning, visitors are taken across the Golden Gate Bridge to tour the famous Sonoma and Napa Valley wine countries.
Star Line Tours
Trek America's Western Wonder Tour
This seven-day tour starts in Los Angeles and ends in San Francisco, but it goes through other parts of the Western United States along the way as well. Namely, the tour makes stops in the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, Central California, and Yosemite National Park. Lodging on the tour is a mix of hotels and campsites. The first two days are spent in Los Angeles and the Grand Canyon. Days three and four are spent in Las Vegas, where visitors are given a limousine tour of the city. Days five and six are spent camping and hiking in Yosemite. Day seven is spent in San Francisco. The tour group is small; it never exceeds 13 people. Departure dates are between April and October each year.
16/17 Grange Mills
California Tour offers a seven-day tour that leaves from San Francisco. In San Francisco, visitors are shown sights such as the Golden Gate Bridge, Twin Peaks, Lombard Street, Civic Center, Chinatown, North Beach, Union Square, Golden Gate Park, Alamo Square and Fisherman's Wharf. Self-guided tours of Alcatraz are available. In Los Angeles, visitors are given a tour of Hollywood, the Sunset Strip and Venice Beach. The next day, visitors go down to Anaheim to visit Disneyland. Between San Francisco and LA, visitors stop in Napa Valley, the Muir Woods, Sausalito and Santa Barbara.
500 Sutter Street, suite 823
San Francisco, CA 94102
- Steve BLv 67 years ago
Go to Yosemite. Spend 7 to 10 days. Drive to LA.
There are some parks near Yosemite. Stop in Los Vegas on the way to the Grand Canyon. On the way back, Joshua Tree National Park and Palm Springs
I would drive Rt 1 from SF to LA.
Stay 1 / 2 nights in Santa Cruz / Monterey, Big Sur, Solvang, Moro Bay, San Luis Obispo, and Santa MonicaSource(s): Lived in SF. Live in LA
- reinaldok_2000Lv 77 years ago
If anyone knows of a tour from San Francisco to Los Angeles that passes through the Grand Canyon, please let me know. And all this time I thought that the Grand Canyon was in Arizona. I guess that huckster who sold me that ocean front property in Arizona gave me that info..