Welcome to Point Reyes National Seashore

Point Reyes National Seashore protects 110 sq miles of pristine ocean beaches and coastal wilderness and has excellent hiking and camping opportunities. Be sure to bring warm clothing, as even the sunniest days can quickly turn cold and foggy.

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$289 Air, Helicopter & Balloon Tours

San Francisco 1-Hour Seaplane Tour with Shuttle Transport

Hop on a complimentary shuttle at Pier 39 in San Francisco, or make your own way to the seaplane base in Sausalito, a beautiful bayside city just a couple miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge. After a briefing from your expert pilot, board a 6-passenger seaplane — a fixed-wing aircraft capable of taking off and landing on water — and take to the skies.Fly over Marin Country to Tomales Bay, a long, narrow inlet of the Pacific Ocean known for its oyster farms. Then it’s on to the Point Reyes National Seashore, a scenic park preserve marked by rocky headlands, meandering estuaries, cattle-roaming pastures and some of the cleanest beaches in California. Watch for wildlife and spot the historic Point Reyes Lighthouse, a popular lookout for whale-watchers. Continue along Highway One, stretching its way down the breathtaking Northern Californian coastline. Have your camera out as you pass over the iconic Golden Gate Bridge!Look down onto Crissy Field, Coit Tower, the skyscrapers of downtown San Francisco and AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants baseball team. Veer over to Alcatraz Island, a notorious former prison, and pass by historic Angel Island, the immigrant gateway to America in the early 1900s.Enjoy a smooth water landing in Sausalito’s Richardson Bay to conclude your 1-hour seaplane tour.Please note: A minimum of two people per booking is required.

$3.99 Cultural & Theme Tours

Cow Heaven: A VoiceMap Driving Audio Tour from Point Reyes Seashore to Tomales

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Bear Valley Visitor Center, Point Reyes National Seashore, Marin County, CaliforniaWe'll begin our tour at the Bear Valley Visitor Center, hearing the stories of this land and the family farming that continues to thrive to this day.Pass By: Tomales Regiional History Center, Tomales, Marin County, CaliforniaOur tour ends in the town of Tomales after admiring the beautiful views along Tomales bay. Here the residents "get to know everybody, and everybody gets to know you".

$3.99 Cultural & Theme Tours

Point Reyes National Seashore Self-guided Audio Driving Tour by VoiceMap

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Bear Valley Visitor Center, Point Reyes National Seashore, Marin County, CaliforniaOur tour begins at the Bear Valley Visitor Center.Pass By: Point Reyes ShipwrecksPoint Reyes has a long history of shipwrecks, the most notable being Sir Frances Drake’s Golden Hind. Along the tour you can see a Point Reyes fishing boat which is a photographers delight!Pass By: Point Reyes Lighthouse, Point Reyes National Seashore, Marin County, CaliforniaAfter hearing the fascinating stories of Point Reyes wildlife, original Miwok settlers, and present-day ranch-hands, you'll arrive at the Point Reyes Lighthouse. Hear in her own words how a local resident said ", no wonder God had to rest on Sunday because when he made this, this was the last place on earth"

$1403 Multi-day & Extended Tours

5-Day Northern California National Parks and Yosemite Tour from San Francisco

Day 1- Pacific Coast Highway to Monterey & Carmel Day 2- Trailblazing in Majestic Yosemite Valley Day 3- California Gold Rush Country and Lake Tahoe Mountain Paradise Day 4- Toasting Friends in the California Wine Country Day 5- Point Reyes National Seashore and the Big Finish in Sausalito  • Hug the perilous Pacific Coast along Highway 1 • Explore an underwater National Park • Stroll the Path of History in Monterey • Cruise along the 17-mile Drive to Pebble Beach and Carmel • Marvel at Yosemite's El Capitan, Half Dome and Bridalveil Falls • Travel back in time to a 19th century gold rush town • Skip rocks on emerald blue Lake Tahoe • Toast friends in the barrel-room of a Napa Valley winery • Admire the rugged coastline of our National Seashore • Stroll groves of giant redwoods in Muir Woods • Capture the ultimate Golden Gate Bridge selfie • Feast on a 5 course departure seafood dinner in Sausalito

$1999 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Taste of Northern California Local Food & Breweries Tour

Day 1: Meet and greet in hotel lobby at 8am. We depart the city this morning and head across the Golden Gate Bridge towards Point Reyes. We make a stop at a viewpoint to photograph the bridge and the outstanding views. We then head to Point Reyes National Seashore. We spend the afternoon touring and tasting local cheeses from two different dairy farms; learning cheese making techniques and sampling different varieties of cheeses. After the cheese tours, we visit an oyster farm where you have an opportunity to purchase fresh oysters. We later stop for a picnic lunch to enjoy our freshly purchased cheeses and oysters. After lunch we visit the lively Lagunitas Brewery. We then head to Santa Rosa; one of the top "beer cities" in America. Free time in the evening to check out local breweries on your own.Day 2: We enjoy dramatic coastal views as we drive the California Highway 1. We stop in the laid back village of Mendocino. Free time to stroll the village and to hike in the Mendocino Headlands. After our hike, we continue north to the Avenue of the Giants; a 31 mile scenic drive offering the most outstanding display of giant Redwoods in the area. We make multiple stops along the route visiting ancient trees, drive-thru tunnel trees and short photogenic walks. We work our way to the historic city of Eureka for the evening, one of the nation's best preserved original Victorian era villages.Day 3: Morning hiking in Redwoods National Park; home to the tallest trees on Earth. We explore old growth trees, lush coastal vegetation and abundant wildlife in the area. Later in the afternoon we head towards Lassen Volcanic National Park.Day 4: A great day of mountain adventure at Lassen Volcanic National Park as we hike the dramatic peaks and cinder cones, exploring bubbling mudpots, fumeroles and hot springs of this active volcano.Later in the afternoon we head to Reno, NV where we will check into our hotel and get ready for a night on the town in “The Biggest Little City in the World”. Day 5: A beautiful drive in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, making a brief visit to Lake Tahoe. We continue to Yosemite National Park and an exciting climb 3,000 feet up Tioga Pass. We explore the high country of Yosemite as we traverse the length of the park eventually reaching our hotel for the evening.Day 6: Free day in Yosemite Valley to hike and explore the rock formations and waterfalls of the park. With hikes ranging from easy to strenuous, bike rental options or a river float, your guide will help you plan your visit.Day 7: We tour the famous Napa Valley region. After visiting the city of Napa, we make tasting stops at various vineyards in the valley. We later head back to San Francisco where we will enjoy our last group dinner and drinks.Day 8: Departure on your own or extend your stay.

$200 Private & Custom Tours

Marin County Chinese Interpreter

 Marin County  is a county located in the San Francisco Bay Area of the U.S. state of California. As of the 2010 census, the population was 252,409. Its county seat is San Rafael. Marin County is included in the San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area (San Francisco Bay Area) across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco.  Things To Do: Muir Woods National Monument, Point Reyes National Seashore, Angel Island, Marin Headlands, Point Reyes, Mount Tamalpais, Mount Tamalpais State Park, Tomales Bay, Point Bonita Lighthouse, Alamere Falls, Point Reyes Lighthouse, Battery Spencer, Bay Area Discovery Museum, Vista Point, Rodeo Beach, Samuel P. Taylor State Park, China Camp State Park, Hawk Hill, Drakes Bay, The Marine Mammal Center, Cataract Trail, Angel Island State Park, Nike Missile Site SF-88, East Peak, Tomales Bay State Park, Bolinas Lagoon, Olompali State Historic Park, Alpine Lake, Angel Island Immigration Station, Mission San Rafael Arcángel, Drakes Beach, Limantour Beach, Golden Gate Bridge Vista Point, Cataract Falls, Matt Davis Trail, Black Sands Beach, Muir Beach Overlook, Drakes Estero, Ocean View Trail, Golden Gate Bridge, McClures Beach, Lake Lagunitas, Abbotts Lagoon, Old Mill Park, Palomarin Trailhead, Hawk Hill, Bootjack Trail, Tomales Point, Ring Mountain, Stafford Lake County Park