Private Tour: Monterey Coastal Sights by Bike
Tour description provided by Viator
Discover the shimmering waters, dramatic coastline and relaxed vibe of Monterey on this 4-hour bike tour. Ride your comfortable bike past the white sands of Asilomar Beach and along parts of stunning 17-Mile Drive as your expert guide shares local history and points out various landmarks. Take photos of the famous Lone Cypress and hang out at the historic Lodge at Pebble Beach before heading back to Cannery Row on this 20-mile (32-km), moderately strenuous bike ride.
This private tour is limited to six people, ensuring a more personalized experience.
Begin your 4-hour bike tour of Monterey near the Monterey Bay Aquarium on bustling Cannery Row. Following a safety briefing, your knowledgeable guide will outfit you with a comfortable, 24-speed hybrid bike for your easy to moderately challenging bike ride. Since your group is limited to six people, you will get plenty of individual attention from your guide on this private tour.
As you ride, listen to your guide talk about Monterey’s history and see local landmarks such as the Point Pinos Lighthouse, the oldest continuously operating lighthouse on the West Coast, and the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary. Cruise past Asilomar Beach, admiring the white sands and rocky shore, before entering popular 17-Mile Drive.
Watch waves crash upon the jagged rocks as you make your way along this gorgeous route. Cycle past ritzy neighborhoods lined with windswept cypress trees, and stop to take pictures of the famous Lone Cypress – set on a headland, this centuries-old tree is a beloved symbol of resilience.
Continue to the Lodge at Pebble Beach, an elegant resort located at Pebble Beach Golf Links, one of the world's most scenic and legendary golf courses. Take a break from riding to stroll the hotel's immaculately kept grounds or grab a bite to eat (own expense).
Climb onto your bike again and follow a mostly level path back to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, where your 20-mile (32-km) bike tour of Monterey’s most spectacular sights concludes.
- Use of bicycle
- All necessary equipment
- Local guide
What isn't included
- Gratuities (optional)