Tour San Francisco by land and water on Ride The Duck
Join Ride the Ducks on a tour of San Francisco in a modern amphibious vehicle reminiscent of the classic World War II DUKW.
- If you go
What: Ride The Duck. Tours start at Fisherman’s Wharf, 2766 Taylor St., San Francisco (across from the famous Fisherman’s Wharf sign)
When: They run all year. You are encouraged to book your tour in advance to guarantee a space when you want it.
Cost: $35 for adults; $32 for seniors 62 years old and older, $25 for children 4 to 17 years old; and $5 for infants. Check website for special offers.
Information: Visit http://sanfrancisco.ridetheducks.com/, call 877-887-8225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Considerations: Ride The Ducks vehicles are climate controlled so they can run rain or shine, and there are lifejackets and other safety equipment aboard. The tour spends about 25 minutes on the water so there should be no seasickness. There are no bathrooms on board so remember to go before boarding. You are allowed to bring food aboard just remember there are no bathrooms. No alcohol allowed.
Posted: Thursday, January 23, 2014 2:42 pm
The skyline invites you into its inner sanctum full of tasty delights and distinct cultures. Its landmarks remind you of its architectural uniqueness, and its shops keep you coming back. You have walked its bridges, visited its museums and celebrated its diversity, but can you really experience everything San Francisco has to offer?
Probably not, but it shouldn’t keep you from trying, which is why you need to see it from a duck’s point of view with Ride the Ducks.
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Thursday, January 23, 2014 2:42 pm.