The early bird special pricing is for departures between 9 am and 10:30 am
Start in the heart of Fisherman’s Wharf at Umbrella Alley, near the Cable Car turnaround, Cruise by Ghirardelli Square, and see Historic sailing ships at Hyde Street Pier. Scoot west towards Crissy Field and through the Marina Green, enjoy Spectacular views of San Francisco Bay, and Alcatraz Island plus stop at Fort Point under the Golden Gate Bridge. Then up the hill to the Bridge Welcome Center plaza.
Return through the Presidio and Marina District.
You can stop when and where you want, and follow the GPS GoRide fully narrated tour at your own pace with on-vehicle GPS and Audio commentary.
As a bonus, our GoRide tour route offers an additional 30-minute loop through Fisherman’s Wharf where you can see the crab stands, fishing fleet, Pier 39, and cable car turnaround. This is a great way to experience the waterfront and it’s full of restaurants and shops you can stop at.
We are Open Daily at 9 AM. All rentals must return by Sunset. The last rental departs 4 PM.
Closed on December 25 and January 1st.
Fisherman’s Wharf is the top tourist destination in San Francisco! Its iconic sign, featuring a crab on a ship’s wheel, is one of the city’s most photographed landmarks. It’s a must-visit for anyone exploring the city!
Ride the iconic symbol of San Francisco – the cable cars! No other city offers the unique experience of riding a moving national historic monument. Don’t miss this unforgettable part of the city’s flavor.
Indulge in delicious chocolate at Ghirardelli Square, an iconic landmark with deep roots in the history of San Francisco. A sweet escape in the heart of the city.
Explore historic sailing ships at Hyde Street Pier, part of the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. Experience maritime history and discover the beauty of these landmark vessels.
The Marina Green in San Francisco, California, is a 74-acre expanse of grass between Fort Mason and the Presidio. It is adjacent to San Francisco Bay, and this location provides good views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Angel Island, Alcatraz Island, and parts of Marin County.
Crissy Field is a former military airfield transformed into a National Park site in San Francisco. It offers panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay Area, walking/biking paths, picnic areas, and a beach.
The Palace of Fine Arts is an iconic building in San Francisco built for 1915’s Panama-Pacific Exposition. It features a rotunda and colonnades set in a lagoon and serves as a cultural center and event venue.
Fort Point is a 19th-century military fortification in San Francisco, located at the southern base of the Golden Gate Bridge. It was built during the American Civil War and is now a National Historic Site. It offers tours, exhibits, and events showcasing the history of the fort.
The Golden Gate Bridge is an iconic landmark in San Francisco! Completed in 1937, it’s a must-visit spot for its stunning views and rich history. Take a walk, snap a pic, and bask in the beauty of one of America’s most recognizable structures.
The Presidio of San Francisco is a National Park that was once a military fort. Visitors can experience its fascinating history, breathtaking views, and lush green spaces, such as the Main Post and Crissy Field. This special combination of history and nature is a must-see destination in the city.
Lucas Film Studios in the Presidio is a must-visit for movie lovers. It features cutting-edge sound stages, post-production facilities, and the Letterman Digital Arts Center, including the iconic Yoda Fountain. Explore the history of Star Wars and Lucasfilm, and witness movie-making magic in person!