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Don’t miss the opportunity to experience California’s stunning coastlines and their amazing views first-hand. Book this Monterey and Carmel tour and see for yourself why they’re celebrated the world over!
You’ll spend the morning on a leisurely drive down the coast through Santa Cruz, one of California’s most famous beach and surfing towns.
Travelling south on Highway 1, your camera will never have seen so much action as the spectacular coastal views just keep coming.
First stop is a visit to Steinbeck’s Cannery Row in Monterey. While here you’ll also have the opportunity to visit the incredible Monterey Bay Aquarium (approx 2-3 hours)
A journey down 17 Mile Drive treats you to some of the most stunning scenic views anywhere in the world, and culminates in the charming district of Carmel-by-the-Sea, famed for its galleries, restaurants and shopping.
The return journey of the Monterey Tour will take you through Silicon Valley, known as the high tech capital of the world.
This famed Californian beach town is the perfect place to experience the typical “Cali” lifestyle, let your inner beach bum take over and maybe try your hand at surfing!
Home to over 250,000 creatures in over 200 spectacular galleries and exhibits. The aquarium includes a walk-through aviary, three-storey kelp forest, penguins, and a million gallon Outer Bay display.
Please Note: entrance to the aquarium is not included in your ticket
In this historic town you’ll find must-see sights including Cannery Row, the world famous Monterey Bay Aquarium and Fisherman's Wharf.
One of the most scenic drives anywhere in the world. 17 Mile Drive runs through Del Monte Forest and is home to The Lone Cypress, Seal and Bird Rocks, Fanshell Beach and Point Joe.
A coastal community filled with delightful shops, restaurants and galleries, and more importantly, Clint Eastwood was once the Mayor! (approx 45-60 mins)
The high-tech capital of the world, where many of the world's largest technology corporations are based.