A Lucky Tuk Tuk Tour is a gift they will always remember. Your gift recipient will love gliding through the city on a fun electric tuk tuk.
HOW OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES WORK:
1. Purchase Gift Certificate online. Pricing is per person.
2. You will be emailed a "Print at Home" version of a Tuk Tuk Gift Certificate.
3. Present the Tuk Tuk Tour Gift Certificate and included confirmation instructions to the lucky recipient.
4. The recipient calls our office to book the date and time they want to go.
THESE GIFT CERTIFICATES ARE REDEEMABLE FOR OUR ULTIMATE SAN FRANCISCO CITY TOUR.
See more sights in an eco-friendly Tuk Tuk than you could ever see on foot. Climb San Francisco’s tallest hills in this small but mighty vehicle! Marvel at the sparkling San Francisco Bay and city skyline, enjoy the sights and smells of Fisherman’s Wharf, green spaces in Golden Gate Park and grandeur of the Golden Gate. Your experienced, entertaining tour guide narrates your 2.5-hour excursion, stopping often for “Instagram worthy” photos!
The Lucky Tuk Tuk City Tour is the most excellent way to see the City by the Bay. You will love zipping around the city in one of our new Electric Tuk Tuks. This one-of-a-kind fully guided and narrated experience takes you on a 18+ mile (29km) loop around San Francisco as you explore over 15 neighborhoods. Keep your camera in hand along the way as you pass some of the most beautiful architecture and famous landmarks San Francisco has to offer.
Your tour guide picks you up in Union Square or Fisherman’s Wharf. Tours are limited to five riders per Tuk Tuk (6 guests ok with group that includes children and adults). Larger groups can reserve multiple Tuk Tuks to cruise around together. Tour highlights include:
Fisherman's Wharf, Dungeness Crab Stands, and picturesque fishing harbors
The Palace of Fine Arts
Stop at Fort Point located underneath the Golden Gate Bridge
Golden Gate Park: De Young, Academy of Sciences, Conservatory of Flowers
Alamo Square and the Painted Ladies
City Hall, Davies Symphony Hall, War Memorial Opera House, Asian Art Museum
Dragon’s Gate in Chinatown
Lombard Street - the crookedest street (depending on traffic conditions)