While a visit to Big Sur can be for some overwhelming at the outset there are tour guides available to help focus your visit to your specific goals.
If you would like to have the professional guidance of a tour guide to maximize your time spent in Big Sur you have your choice of personalized hiking tours, luxury vehicle tours and van tours that focus on condor watching.
These professional guides can focus your time and take you to places you may have missed on your own. They also are knowledgeable of local history, trails and folklore that will enhance your visit.
|Big Sur Guides & Hiking
(831) 594-1742 We have the unique opportunity to be able to show people who come to Big Sur lush Coastal Redwood forests, with trails that lead to secret waterfalls; those out of the way trails that offer vistas of the ocean and the mountains, that are usually only viewed by Hawks and Eagles. We offer Hikes and Walks for all ages and all levels, driving and sightseeing tours, as well as CONCIERGE SERVICES, for which you can book a call with us to help you plan and maximize your trip to the area, while saving you time and money. We offer a variety of tours and a picnic lunch option with each tour. Book Now!
|Big Sur Magic Bus
|(831) 998-0344 Available for hire: 2019 Ford Transit High roof 15 passenger Van. Weddings, Events, Hiking groups, Family, Group outings, Designated driver needs. The owner driver is a 46 year resident of Big Sur who has tremendous knowledge of the area...it's stories, locations and legends. For questions, rates, availability etc...Please call or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. (Website coming soon!)
|Big Sur Tours & More
|(831) 241-2526 Unscripted and serendipty custom tours based on the Monterey Peninsula. North to Santa Cruz and San Francisco. South to Big Sur and San Luis Obispo. Around Carmel, Pebble Beach and Monterey in a luxury Volvo. Ideal for 2-4 people.
|Monterey County Film Commission
|(831) 646-0910 The Monterey County Film Commission is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to inspire and facilitate film and media production throughout Monterey County, creating positive economic impact. It also offers a film student scholarship program. Since its establishment by the Monterey County Board of Supervisors in 1987, more than $123 million has come into local communities.
If you are looking to explore local Big Sur trails on your own please visit:
Local hiking trails
Wilderness hiking trails and information
Download our local Big Sur Visitors Guide in Adobe PDF.
Click Here to view a bird checklist of birds you may see while in Big Sur.