Your 5-Day San Francisco-Sonoma Wine Tour awaits! Please read through the below Detailed Tour Information to learn more about and prepare for your upcoming tour.
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general tour information
- Four Nights of Double-Occupancy Accommodations at Radisson Fisherman’s Wharf and Hyatt Vineyard Creek
- Welcome Happy Hour and Tapas
- Wine Tastings at Five Sonoma County Wineries
- Redwood Forest Hike in Muir Woods National Monument
- Private LivingSocial Adventure Guide
- Round-Trip Ground Transportation Between Hotels and Group Activities
- Priced Per Person Based on Double Occupancy (See Fine Print)
We use 2 different hotels for this tour.
The Radisson Fisherman’s Wharf, your home for nights 1 and 4, is ideally located on beautiful Fisherman’s Wharf, overlooking the breathtaking San Francisco Bay and just steps from several of San Francisco’s best attractions. You’ll be just a stone’s throw away from Pier 39, Alcatraz Island and Ghirardelli Square.
The Hyatt Vineyard Creek, your home for nights 2 and 3, is set in the heart of Sonoma Wine country, and has the charm of a Tuscan villa. It’s a short drive from 200 Sonoma wineries, the coast, the airport and Napa Valley.
This tour is an easy-paced trip that focuses on enjoying the destination and casually visiting Northern California’s sites and wineries. This is not an active tour, and you will only be required to walk short distances, carry luggage short distances, and climb short flights of stairs on occasion. No specific fitness level is required.
Most meals are not included in the tour. We include lunch on Day 2 at one of the wineries. It will be picnic-style, with your choice of: sandwich, fruits/veggies, cheese platter, cookie, and water/soda. Daily breakfast, nightly dinners, and additional meals are not provided by LivingSocial.
We can cater to special food requirements, such as vegetarian or allergies, but it’s necessary that you communicate your requests to us in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
A local LivingSocial Adventure Guide will be the leader of the group for the whole trip, from start to end. Our guides are fully trained, knowledgeable of the local area, and are there to ensure you have an amazing time. They can answer any questions you may have, help you book or arrange activities during free time, and assist with anything else you may need.
This tour is a group tour, and as such there will be up to a maximum of 24 individuals, including you, participating on this tour. Although our travelers are always from varying backgrounds, they tend to have a few things in common, the most important being a spirit for exploration and a sense of adventure.
Please do respect the individual differences of everyone in your group, and use the tour as an opportunity to share experiences and bond with like-minded souls.
As this tour focuses on the wineries of Sonoma, there is limited time for other activities. You will have some time, however, each late afternoon or evening to explore the area at your leisure.
Note that most meals are not included in the tour. You’ll be responsible for 4 breakfasts, 4 dinners, 3 lunches, as well as personal spending and tips for the guide.
Tipping staff for a job well done is an appreciated gesture anywhere in the world. Upon completion of your San Francisco-Sonoma Wine trip, you should plan to tip your guide 10-15% of the package total. It is roughly $50-$100 per person.
November through April brings rain and temperatures in the 50s°F (10°C). January is San Francisco's wettest - and one of its coolest - months, in the middle of rainy season. Precipitation often comes as a storm, and it's not uncommon to get the entire month's rainfall in just a day or two.
Average High Temperature: 57°F/14°C
Average Low Temperature: 44°F/7°C
Rain & Clouds Index: 4.06 inches (10.3 cm) rain, 56% sunshine
what to bring
Please be prepared by bringing clothing suitable for the conditions. Some suggested items:
* Waterproof jacket with hood or longer-length rain jacket
* Mid-weight jacket on dry days
* Gloves, hat, scarf
* Hiking shoes
* Most travelers prefer a small rolling suitcase of soft duffle bag
This tour includes round-trip transportation for the entirety of the tour, but transport does not start until Day 2. Once you arrive in San Francisco/Oakland on Day 1, you will be responsible for getting yourself to the Radisson Fisherman’s Wharf hotel. The easiest mode of transportation is by train via the Bay Area Transit System (BART), or by bus via AirBART.
*Oakland (OAK) International Airport to Radisson: The convenient AirBART shuttle travels between OAK and the Coliseum/Oakland Airport BART Station every 10 minutes during the day. It takes 30 minutes or less to reach downtown San Francisco. You can find the fare from Coliseum/Oakland Airport BART Station to any other station using the BART QuickPlanner.
*San Francisco (SFO) International Airport to Radisson: Trains arrive at the SFO International Terminal every 15 minutes and it's just 30 minutes to downtown San Francisco. Find fares from the airport to any station by using the QuickPlanner.
Your LivingSocial Adventure Guide will be at the hotel on Day 1 to check you in and get you situated in your room. He/she will also host the evening happy hour & tapas. Your actual tour will begin the morning of Day 2.
Radisson Fisherman's Wharf
250 Beach Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
Hotel Phone: 415-392-6700
travel + health
We also recommend referring to the online resources on the U.S. State Department International Travel website, at http://www.state.gov/travel/index.htm for invaluable information related to international travel.
You are responsible for taking all of the necessary health precautions in advance of your tour. We recommend speaking to a doctor about travel inoculations and disease prevention techniques before traveling. A great resource for health information related to international travel is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/
We strongly recommend that you obtain trip insurance for this tour, as it is invaluable if your plans change and cannot travel.
We hope that the Detailed Tour Information has given you the necessary details to make an informed purchase decision. We also hope that you are more excited than ever to travel with us! If you have any issues in advance of your tour, please contact us at 1-877-521-4191 or email@example.com. Within destination or en route to San Francisco, please contact our local representative Sara Roberts at 1-707-525-6790.