* Bixby Bridge
* Purple Sand beach
* Keyhole Arch
* McWay Cove
Heading south, you’ll travel along the beautiful Big Sur coast. The famous Highway one is strikingly scenic with mountains and forests on one side, beaches and the Ocean on the other. Mile after mile of stunning vistas will take you breath away. You’ll be amazed at the most eye catching 714 feet long Bixby Bridge. This iconic bridge was built in 1932 and was featured in many Hollywood movies due to its aesthetic design. It was the highest concrete arch bridge in the world at the time, soaring 260 feet above Bixby Canyon. You’ll be astonished by the world’s most unique Purple Sand beach where the purple color, created from manganese garnet rocks in the cliffs, sparkles in the sand. Walking on the beach, you’ll see another natural wonder in the sea——the keyhole Arch. Crashing waves pass through the keyhole and open out to the Pacific Ocean. Continue on to the pristine and picturesque McWay Cove where the waterfalls drop 80 feet from a cliff to the beach at the low tide and to the ocean at the high tide. No doubt it looks like paradise. Return to the Bay Area after the tour.
|TIME||CITY||LOCATION||ADDRESS & MAP|
|7:30 am||San Francisco||In Front of 391 Sutter (San Francisco)||391 Sutter St San Francisco, CA 94108|
|8:00 am||Burlingame||Red Roof Inn SFO (Burlingame)||777 Airport Blvd Burlingame, CA 94010|
|9:00 am||Cupertino||Tectonic Architects & Builders (Cupertino)||10122 Bandley Dr Cupertino, CA 95014|
* We reserve the right to adjust the itinerary due to weather and road conditions.
* To ensure the safety of children, anyone that is under 8 years of age or less than 60lbs must have a car seat. (Car seat is available for rent for $25 a day—-must make reservation ahead of time).
* Transportation (Van)
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