17-Mile Drive, Monterey Bay Aquarium & Historic Carmel-Mission
Northern California's Monterey Bay area is a spectacular part of the state that offers beautiful scenery and breathtaking beaches.
Along Monterey coastline you will visit the Cannery Row and Monterey Bay Aquarium. You will also enjoy a cruise along the world famous 17-Mile Drive, a scenic road that runs through Pacific Grove, Pebble Beach and The Lodge, following the coastline and passing through several famous golf courses, nearby mansions and past California's famed Lone Cypress Tree. You will visit the historic Carmel-Mission and take a stroll through downtown Carmel, visiting boutique shops, restaurants and its architecture.
You may customize your itinerary based on your interests.
Monterey (Cannery Row and Monterey Bay Aquarium) plus Carmel (17-mile-drive, The Lodge/Pebble Beach, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Mission-Basilica)
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I can pick you up at any hotel or place of stay in San Francisco or nearby areas.
End location: I can drop you off at any hotel or place of stay in San Francisco or nearby areas.
Duration: 10 hours
The 9-10 hour duration also includes driving time to get to Monterey/Carmel and back to your point of origin.
6-7 passenger comfortable Toyota Sienna Van
Estimated Local Cash Needed
150 US dollars - per person for lunch at a restaurant of your choice and other expenses including admission fee for the aquarium, the basilica, gifts or souvenirs
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Caesar is excellent. The main tour (supposed to be just a Monterey & Carmel Tour) extended to include visits to: the Golden Gate Bridge (in a secret spot with the best view); a hotdog place in Silicon Valley; Yoda's status in Lucas Films, sea lion viewing along the freeway from Monterey. You get so much more than what you paid for. Plus Caesar knows his craft (history, anecdotes, info on the places). This is what private tour viewing is about, as compared to group tours. Go with Caesar.
Joselito John Blando