When planning a visit to San Francisco, most do not even consider incorporating the natural wonders of Muir Woods National Monument into their plans. While it is easy to fill up a week visiting popular attractions such as Alcatraz Island, Ghirardelli Square, Chinatown and Fisherman’s Wharf, you are missing out if you don’t head across the Golden Gate Bridge and spend a half-day amidst this beautiful grove of old-growth redwoods. Learn More about our Itineraries Now! TRANSPORTATION TO MUIR WOODS Muir Woods National Monument is an easy 30-40 minute drive (see map from San Francisco). Make sure you pull off...
Bryce Canyon National Park is no secret. Many people spend only a few hours in the park and see just a few of the easiest to reach viewpoints. However, there are a few lesser known parts of the park that should be added to your list.
If visiting Channel Islands National Park is not on your bucket list, it should be! With nine National Parks in the state of California, visitors are often tempted to explore some of the larger, easier to access parks. However, this one isn’t to be missed!
Visits to our National Parks are on the rise. In 2016, over 325 million visitors flooded lands managed by the National Park Service. If you fail to plan out your day appropriately, you can easily wind up frustrated in a sea of crowds.