Green Dream Tours is proud to partner with the following services:

From the start in 2008, Green Dream Tours has relied on a variety of partners to create comprehensive Wine Country experiences from San Francisco to Napa and Sonoma. We work closely with other tourism operators, hotel concierges, wineries and restaurants to help tourists from around the world enjoy all that Wine Country and San Francisco have to offer.

San Francisco Tour Operators
Golden Gate Bridge leaving San Francisco

Green Dream Cannabis Tours

There are many things to see and do in San Francisco, and cannabis is high on that list. San Francisco is the epicenter of the legalization movement, dating to 1991 when The City became the first in the nation to make medical marijuana legal. Green Dream Cannabis Tours helps you experience the local cannabis scene whether you’re a true connoisseur or a newbie.

Dylan’s Tours

Dylan’s Tours is top on our partners list for good reason. When Elie Sasson started Green Dream Tours more than a decade ago, he got a big assist from Dylan who shared his space with the new wine tour on the block. Today, Dylan’s Tours is a multi-minibus and biking operation that offers intimate small group tours through San Francisco, Sausalito, Muir Woods and Alcatraz.

Click here to book Dylan’s Famous Tour with Muir Woods!


SF on Tap

San Francisco’s only dedicated beer tour company was created one beer at a time. Owner Adam Marca had more than a decade of tourism experience before he developed SF on Tap, including being a cruise ship director and wine tour guide for Green Dream Tours! The SF on Tap tours feature local handcrafted beer, insider stories and group camaraderie.

Avital Food Tours

Foodies and wine lovers are in heaven when they visit San Francisco. Avital is a culinary experience company that provides a behind-the-scenes snapshot of a famous San Francisco neighborhood through storytelling, chefs and bakers, and great food and drink.

A Q Trip

Take a personal tour with Q, a San Francisco native who has experienced San Francisco’s history and lived to tell about it. Tours include bites, cocktails at famous drinking establishments, a map and an SF swag bag.

Food & Beverage
Full outdoor seating at restaurant at night

Oxbow Public Market

Green Dream Tours takes thousands of guests to Oxbow Public Market every year as part of our Napa Valley Wine Tours and the Napa and Sonoma Combo Wine Tours. Napa’s 40,000-square-foot marketplace features a diverse mixture of local food vendors, artisan cafes and an organic market with local produce. After purchasing food from a kiosk, you can dine at communal tables or on the scenic outdoor deck along the Napa River.

Basque Boulangerie Cafe

When arranging picnics for our private tour guests, Green Dream Tours looks to Basque Boulangerie Cafe in Sonoma. It is a second-generation bakery, originally started in 1956. The founder’s family arrived in the United States from France, settling in Sonoma Valley because of opportunity and the way it reminded them of their beloved French villages.


This bar on Sonoma Plaza serves champagne and sparkling wine by flights and the glass. It’s the  perfect place to check out during our Sonoma Valley Wine Tour when you have free time at the historic square. It was named one of the top 25 wine bars in the country by Travel & Leisure.

Concierge Services
Woman at front desk of building

California Welcome Center

Pier 39 is a must-see for many reasons, including its very helpful California Welcome Center. You will find valuable services such as tour and entertainment bookings, hotel reservations, and wheelchair and stroller rentals. 

San Francisco Visitor Information Center

If you’re in town for a convention or staying at a downtown hotel, the new San Francisco Visitor Center is a great place to learn about tours and activities. Located inside Moscone Center, the visitor center is reflective of San Francisco’s modern, high-tech, state-of-the-art vibe.

San Francisco skyline on sunny day

With so many hotels and locations to stay in and around San Francisco, it’s understandable that finding the right place can be overwhelming. In our opinion, two of the best areas to stay in San Francisco are Union Square and Fisherman’s Wharf

Union Square is in the heart of San Francisco’s shopping district and is surrounded by iconic hotels and fabulous dining. Hotels in Fisherman’s Wharf are clean, safe and fun, with lots of things to do and see, including hanging out at Pier 39 to see, and hear, the sea lions, or waterfront dining. Union Square and Fisherman’s Wharf are connected by San Francisco’s famous Cable Cars, so you can explore both areas regardless of where you stay.

Green Dream Travel

This hotel industry specialist is operated by Elie Sasson, owner of Green Dream Tours. Green Dream Travel guarantees up to 15% savings off of published hotel rates on Expedia, Priceline, Kayak, etc., and hotel websites! Green Dream Travel is a hotel source beyond San Francisco, including New Orleans, New York City and exotic destinations around the world.

Get in touch with Elie to find and book your perfect hotel for your SF vacation!

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