Nighttime San Francisco offers the most awesome views and you won’t miss a single one when you see them from an eco-friendly Tuk Tuk.
Year Round: Daily starting at 5:00 pm, 6:00 pm
Closed on December 25 and January 1st.
Our private tours are perfect for five riders per Tuk Tuk (6 guests are ok with a group that includes children and adults).
Larger groups can rent multiple Tuk Tuks to cruise around together.
No children or infants seated on laps.
Tours start in Fisherman’s Wharf San Francisco’s #1 destination
We do not offer Hotel Pick-Up
Umbrella Alley is the perfect Instagram-friendly backdrop for your San Francisco photos.
San Francisco’s #1 tourist destination! Fisherman’s Wharf. Dive into the heart of San Francisco at Fisherman’s Wharf, where history sails smoothly into modern-day adventure
The Marina District is a picturesque neighborhood of Art Deco structures with nearby Union Street the center of attention in Cow Hollow
The Palace of Fine Arts in the Marina District of San Francisco, California, is a monumental structure originally constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition
Crissy Field was transformed starting in 2001 from a former military airfield into a beloved national park site
Presidio was designated a National Historic Landmark and the site has been part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area since 1994
Union Square, San Francisco’s #1 shopping destination! The Square is home to hundreds of stores, restaurants, hotels, theaters, boutiques and more.
The Dragon Gate is the traditional stone archway greeting visitors to Chinatown since 1970
This is one of the oldest and most established Chinatowns in the U.S. Beyond iconic Dragon’s Gate, a bustling maze of streets and alleys brims with dim sum joints and other traditional eateries.
Lombard Street’s 8 world-famous hairpin turns have earned it the nickname the crookedest street in the world
Coit Tower offers unobstructed views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf, Alcatraz, Angel Island, the Bay Bridge
North Beach, a vibrant neighborhood that still embraces its Italian heritage that draws locals & visitors to its checked-tablecloth trattorias
Soar 150 feet high on the SkySar Observation Wheel at Fisherman’s Wharf for unmatched views of San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate.
The Ferry Building anchors San Francisco to the Bay at the foot of Market Street on the Embarcadero
The Transamerica Pyramid once disliked now beloved towers over the Financial District and Embarcadero Center in SF
City Hall and Civic Center.