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

Point Reyes National Seashore Self-guided Audio Driving Tour by VoiceMap - Marin County, United States

Duration: 45 minutes
Location: Marin County, United States

From USD
$3.99

Enjoy this tour on your drive to the Point Reyes Lighthouse!
This is the story of a magnificent park: The Point Reyes National Seashore and its odd relationship with the dairy and beef ranches that are part of it. “Cows in a park?” you might ask? Well, yes ... More info ›

Enjoy this tour on your drive to the Point Reyes Lighthouse!
This is the story of a magnificent park: The Point Reyes National Seashore and its odd relationship with the dairy and beef ranches that are part of it. “Cows in a park?” you might ask? Well, yes. They were here long before the park was formed and are a vital part of present-day Point Reyes.
The farmers who can recall traditional rural life in West Marin are a treasure to this community. So, we’ve gathered their memories to help explain how agriculture evolved here and the role it plays today in protecting the cultural and natural resources of this area.
This driving audio tour takes you on a 21-mile journey from Point Reyes National Seashore headquarters to the Point Reyes Lighthouse through some of the most beautiful natural and pastoral landscapes in the world. Using the Voicemap app, the tour uses your location to trigger each part of our story automatically. So you can just relax and enjoy the view.

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Pass By: 1 Bear Valley Visitor Center Access Road, Point Reyes National Seashore, CA 94956

Our tour begins at the Bear Valley Visitor Center.

Pass By: Point Reyes Shipwrecks, Inverness, CA 94937, USA

Point 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, 1 Bear Valley Rd, Point Reyes National Seashore, CA 94956-9740

After 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"

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Radical SF: Castro and Mission Districts

Radical SF: Castro and Mission Districts - San Francisco, California
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$24.00

Explore the social movements and hip neighborhoods that shaped San Francisco into the city it is today. Visit ground zero for Harvey Milk’s gay civil rights movement, see stunning political street art, and understand how feminists, Latinos, artists and activists have fought, and continue to fight, for the soul of SF ... More info ›

Explore the social movements and hip neighborhoods that shaped San Francisco into the city it is today. Visit ground zero for Harvey Milk’s gay civil rights movement, see stunning political street art, and understand how feminists, Latinos, artists and activists have fought, and continue to fight, for the soul of SF. This tour is perfect for those seeking an off-the-beaten-path experience.

The tour begins under the big Rainbow Flag in the Castro, known today as Harvey Milk Plaza. With a funky, dapper tour guide, you'll venture past the Castro Theatre, our Art Deco masterpiece and home to sing-a-long screenings, and the historic gay bar Twin Peaks. On 18th Street, pass the rainbow crosswalks to hear about current organizations helping keep the LGBT community safe, and hear how Harvey Milk and friends  started a gay rights revolution. Around the corner was Harvey's home and campaign headquarters leading up to the historic 1978 election.

The group next heads to Dolores Park in the Mission District, home to hipsters, families, athletes and dogs. We'll get a sweeping view of the city and learn how the Mission spearheaded a DIY movement that shaped the city. Down the hill we stop at the historic Mission High School, famed for alumni including Carlos Santana and Maya Angelou. On 18th Street we'll see award-winning restaurants, grocers and ice cream shops that define our foodie culture. Further down is the Women's Building, home to a "four story tall standing ovation to women's liberation," a powerful and colorful mural. More street art awaits on the alleys off Valencia Street, then we head past the independent shop corridor of 16th Street and end on quaint Albion Alley, site of the first Spanish Mission church in San Francisco.

There is a cafe break about halfway through the tour.

What we see:

• Harvey Milk Plaza, the Castro’s protest grounds
• Castro’s most historic and popular bars and nightlife
• GLBT Museum, 1st stand-alone queer museum
• Castro Theatre, Art Deco masterpiece
• Harvey Milk’s camera store & apartment
• The Human Rights Campaign Store
• Pink Triangle Holocaust Memorial
• Sweeping downtown view from Dolores Park
• Mission High School, alma mater of Santana and Maya Angelou
• Gourmet foodie corridor of 18th Street
• Massive murals of the Women’s Building and alleyways
• Sites of former lesbian institutions

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EcoBike Adventures | Angel Island - Electric Bike Tour

EcoBike Adventures | Angel Island - Electric Bike Tour - Marin County, United States

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Marin County, United States

From USD
$149.00

Explore Angel Island on an Electric Bike.
Tour Guide, Electric Bike, Helmet & Gloves, Water & Light Snack, Ferry Included

Itinerary

2-3 Hour Guided Electric Bike Adventure from Tiburon with Ferry to Angel Island ... More info ›

Explore Angel Island on an Electric Bike.
Tour Guide, Electric Bike, Helmet & Gloves, Water & Light Snack, Ferry Included

Itinerary

2-3 Hour Guided Electric Bike Adventure from Tiburon with Ferry to Angel Island. Suitable for families, groups, team-building and corporate special events. Local Guides and all equipment included.

Stop At:

• Fort McDowell, Angel Island Conservancy Belvedere Tiburon, Tiburon, CA 94920

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Muir Woods & Marin County Excursion

Muir Woods & Marin County Excursion - Marin County, United States

Duration: 4 to 8 hours
Location: Marin County, United States

From USD
$624.80

This tour can be combined with San Francisco City Tour for a full-day experience; price available upon request.
Crossing the Golden Gate Bridge to Marin is a San Francisco experience not to be missed.  From afar, the City looks brilliant and welcoming on a flawless sunny morning; alluring and mysterious in a foggy afternoon.  If San Francisco is liken to be an elusive maiden, the Northern California Coast is like the girl next door: a natural beauty, warm and free-spirit; when the light hits just so, she glows with such enviable loveliness ... More info ›

This tour can be combined with San Francisco City Tour for a full-day experience; price available upon request.
Crossing the Golden Gate Bridge to Marin is a San Francisco experience not to be missed.  From afar, the City looks brilliant and welcoming on a flawless sunny morning; alluring and mysterious in a foggy afternoon.  If San Francisco is liken to be an elusive maiden, the Northern California Coast is like the girl next door: a natural beauty, warm and free-spirit; when the light hits just so, she glows with such enviable loveliness.
Romance finds a home in this idyllic coastal region, where the rugged cliffs shaped by the relentless crashing waves, ocean fog rolls in from the ocean to blanket hushed redwood forests, and whales spout offshore. It’s also a place where a new generation of farmers and winemakers focus on sustainable food and wine.

Points of interest:
Muir Woods & Muir Beach
Muir Woods was the first National Monument created to preserve a living species: the Coastal redwood (Sequoia sempervirens), is the tallest tree species in the world, and those in the park average 600 to 800 years old, some are over 1000 years old and as tall as 25-story building.The Muir Beach Overlook is one of the many spots along the coast to catch a glimpse of migrating whales in the winter months.
Mount Tam
The breathtaking panorama from Mount Tamalpais’s 2,571-foot peak includes the Farallon Islands 25 miles out to sea, the Marin County hills, San Francisco Bay, the East Bay, and Mount Diablo. On rare occasions, the snow-covered Sierra Nevada can be seen 150 miles away. The peak and its surrounding areas are the birthplace of mountain biking in the 1970’s, where early mountain bikers such as Gary Fisher, Charlie Kelley, and Joe Breeze were active.
Point Bonita Lighthouse
Situated on a rock formation away from the shore, a suspension bridge connects the walking trail to the lighthouse itself. Look down in the middle of the bridge and you’ll see lots of craggy rocks, crashing waves, and (possibly) your life flash before your eyes. Point Bonita is the only lighthouse in America that can be reached by a suspension bridge (which was rebuilt in April 2012, so we promise it is safe.)
Sausalito, Tiburon & Belvedere Island
Sausalito in Spanish means a small willow grove.  Originally the auxiliary port of San Francisco in the early 1850’s, once the home of Sally Stanford, the onetime mayor of Sausalito and San Francisco Madame, and the American Gangster, Baby Face Nelson, Sausalito has blossomed into a picturesque town with fine dining, unique shops and art galleries.

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