Tours picking up From
All Hotels in Long Beach, San Pedro,

El Segundo And LAX Area

Enjoy a Full Day, 8 Hour Tour of  Los Angeles, Hollywood,
Beverly Hills, San Monica, and Venice Beach!



Tours Picking up From

San Pedro & Long Beach Cruise Terminals

Enjoy a Full Day, 8 Hour Tour of Los Angeles, Hollywood,
Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, and Venice Beach!


Our Tours

At Sunseekers Tours, we seek to provide you with the tour you’d give guests visiting
your own city – the famous destinations as well as those “only known locally”.

Easy Pick-Up and Drop-Off at Your Hotel

We meet our guests at all of the major hotels between Long Beach and LAX. Cruise passengers will receive full details of pickup before they leave the ship!

Plenty of Time to Experience the Sites

Our tours are designed to give you plenty of free time. Visit shops, take photos or simply relax and enjoy the wonderful sights you have come to see.

Lowest Priced Tours in L.A.

You’ll get the lowest tour price available and transportation is included! You’ll also receive the highest quality of service and superior tour guides.

Full or Half Day Tours Available

Our full day tour leaves from Long Beach, San Pedro, LAX, Hotels. The half day tours start from Hollywood, and West Hollywood and are four hours long.

Join us for our
L.A. in a Day tour!

Be a star (and maybe even see a star!) as we
visit the most popular attractions around Los Angeles. You’ll travel in
comfort in our 14-passenger Mercedes Benz buses, yet you’ll enjoy plenty
of free time off the bus to experience firsthand the excitement of L.A!

Los Angeles Coliseum

The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is an American sports stadium located in the Exposition Park. The stadium serves as the home to the University of Southern California (USC) Trojans football team.The Coliseum is the first stadium to have hosted the Summer Olympic Games twice, in 1932 and 1984

Downtown Los Angeles

Unlike other large cities, many people visit Los Angeles without ever setting foot Downtown. That’s a shame, since Downtown LA is rich with historic architecture and cultural attractions, not to mention sports and entertainment complexes. This slide show gives you a preview of some of the cool things to do in Downtown Los Angeles that are worth a visit.

Hollywood Sign

If there is one image that represents everything that is the glitz and glamor, fame and fortune (and misfortune) of Hollywood, it is the giant letters of its name, strung along a hillside above the city.

Though no longer the original letters (they were sold on EBay in 2005), The Hollywood Sign is the stuff of legend (including the disappointed starlet who leaped to her death off the letter “H” in 1932 and the drunken caretaker who crashed his car into the same letter, setting it on fire and destroying it in the 1940s).

Griffith Park Observatory

The observatory is a popular tourist attraction with an excellent view of the Hollywood Sign, and an extensive array of space and science-related displays.

Walk of fame

Since the first star was awarded to Joanne Woodward, in 1960, celebrities and fictional characters that have contributed to the entertainment industry here have recognized with a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.

There are now more than 2,300 of these five-pointed bronze stars including some of the most recent honorees such as Halle Berry, Jamie Foxx and Forrest Whitaker and The Munchkins, stars of the 1939 film “The Wizard of Oz.

Sunset Strip

Sunset Strip is the section of Sunset Boulevard between Hollywood and Beverly Hills that includes nightclubs where many big names have appeared – both on stage and in the audience.

Mammoth billboards, known locally as vanity boards, are one of its trademarks. The Sunset Strip also has a giant statue of another fan favorite – Bullwinkle the Moose, with his pal Rocky, the flying Squirrel.

Mel’s Diner

The ultimate 50’s dining experience! George Lucas filmed scenes for American Graffiti at a Mel’s Diner. The one on Sunset Strip, where we stop for lunch on the full-day tour, is still a great place for celebrity spotting!

You don’t “have” to have lunch here – but why wouldn’t you want to? You just might recognize someone famous at the next table. Don’t let their clever disguise (Rayban(tm) sunglasses) fool you! Dine with the stars!

Beverly Hills

This is a city where the pawn shops are called “collateral lenders,” and make quick loans on Mercedes and Ferraris instead of toasters. This is a city where some of the clothing stores require customers to make advance reservations to shop, and where shoppers may routinely drop $100,000 or more in a single visit to a boutique. A city where the post office offers valet parking. This town’s “Sister City” is none other than Cannes, France.

Santa Monica Pier

Follow America’s most famous cross country highway to the Pacific Ocean, and you will find yourself at the Santa Monica Pier.

Designed as a pleasure palace and park a century ago, currently this restored family playground is gearing up for its 100th Gala in 2009.

Venice Beach

Hilary Duff shot a video here, Jim Morrison and the Doors and bandleader Benny Goodman both got their careers started here, and now it is the place  actors Jane Fonda, Viggo Mortensen and Elijah Wood call home.

It’s Venice Beach, the free-spirited beach resort town beloved for its Bohemian character, boutiques, street performers, artists, fortune tellers on the boardwalk and as a stellar place for people-watching (not to mention star-gazing)!

Enjoy sightseeing in

Los Angeles, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica Beach & Venice Beach (all in 8 hours).

Tour Testimonials

See what some tourists had to say about Sunseeker tours.

Fantastic day! Alberto was a complete font of knowledge and we saw so much in just a day. Would highly recommend this trip to anyone. Thank you.

TinaGosport, England

We had a great time on our tour yesterday! Alberto was a great tour guide who was very informative and funny! He even broke out some Billy Joel songs upon request! 🙂 I highly recommend this tour !

MarianneVestal, Ny

We had a fantastic tour of LA and our driver John was amazing. We loved listening to his stories. We would use and recommend this tour company to all our friends! Thank you so much for a great day!

RichardBrewer, Maine

The van picked us up at our hotel at precisely the time that was promised. Jacob, our very nice, wryly humorous and informative driver drove us through downtown LA, beautiful Griffith Park overlooking the Hollywood sign, Hollywood Blvd where we had time to explore Grauman’s, the Walk of Fame and the Dolby Center. Onto Sunset Blvd where Jacob pointed out various landmarks such as the Whiskey a GoGo , the Roxy, Viper Room etc., then stopped for a great lunch at Mel’s Diner. We then drove through Rodeo Dr. in Beverly Hills, then off to Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica and Venice Beach. It was a fun and wonderfully memorable 8 hour tour and I really felt like we captured the true vibe of LA. I highly recommend this tour company and a thumbs up to our driver Jacob for his knowledge of his city!


We covered a lot of territory and learned even more. Alberto has an encyclopedic knowledge of the movie and TV industry and is a history buff, as well as being fun. We moved right along to see as much as possible, but his timing was such that we didn’t feel pushed. Do your shopping another time and take advantage of his insiders knowledge of LA and adjacent areas.

Oris D.

This was my first trip to the west coast as I tagged along with my husband on a business trip from our home in Virginia. I only had limited time and wanted to see as much as I could. The bus was comfortable and clean. The guide was entertaining, funny, knowledgeable, experienced, and shared information from the perspective of a native with a life long love of his community. After the tour I felt as if I got well more than the $99.00 I paid for the whole day from 9am -4pm. We hit the major attractions and then in between saw places where filming occurred from numerous movies. There was limited built in time to do a little shopping and then a relaxed lunch at historical Mel’s Diner with the best milkshake I have ever had. I would highly recommend this to someone with limited time who wants to take a day to see what LA is all about.

Barbara B.

This was an all day tour of LA! We saw a lot but don’t expect to stay long in any place. We had a stop at the parking lot at Griffith park to take a photo with the Hollywood sign in the background (way in the distance). A stop at the walk of stars outside the Chinese Theatre and Dolby Centre. for about 30 minutes. We stopped at a wonderful restaurant called Mel’s Diner for lunch could have believed I was back in the early ’60’s with the juke box and booth seating. Then off to see Santa Monica beach, a quick photo and on to Venice beach where we had about an hour walk about.
Alberto was very good with the dates and names of sights along the way. He played some old melodies and had a video clip or two. A very knowledgeable guide.
Lucky for us the traffic was flowing very well and we finished the tour a bit before he said.
I would recommend this tour.

Terry A. Smith

This was my second tour with Sunseekers and Alberto. Like many other reviewers I bought a Groupon only to find out that we couldn’t use it until we checked availability the day before the tour. Since we were only in Long Beach for a few days I called Groupon to cancel my order. (Sadly, I find the owner’s previously noted rude comments about being able to read offensive. Is that how you really want to come across to potential customers?) I particularly sought out Sunseekers because I really enjoyed my experience 4 years ago while visiting Long Beach and wanted my husband to experience it. Unfortunately the tour wasn’t as good as the first one. Roberto was very informative and entertaining, however there were fewer stops and sights noted. I was really disappointed that we couldn’t ride around Beverly Hills, however that wasn’t the tour company’s fault but the local politicians. Overall, if you’re not familiar with the LA area and want to see the sights it’s a good way to get an overview.


Had a great tour and John was a wonderful tour guide. His knowledge of all the sights was superb and he was very personable with everyone in our group. If you happen to get John as your tour guide, you will be extremely pleased!

Sharon P.

We stayed on the queen Mary, long beach and wanted a ‘whistle stop’ cinematic tour- this day filled the bill and more, our guide- I think Roberto- was engaging, warm funny highly informative and interacted with us all, my son aged 20 was kept amused and entertained . I lovedhis choice of music for the tour and we all sang along to what lyrics we could remember! We attempted to answer his quiz celebrity questions but a lady on our bus could have entered ‘mastermind’ on film as she knew most of the answers, luckily there did not seem to be a prize….or was there? ….
The only contribution my husband was able to make was regarding the history of the queen Mary and though I hate to say it ….roberto, he was right! According to the author James Steele published by Phaidon (page 25) ‘for nearly three years the queen Mary’s silent hull formed a second horizon on clydebank dwarfing the works of John brown and company where construction has ceased in December 1931. Here (ie the photograph in the book) the shipyard workers March back into action after a government subsidy allowed work on the ship to resume in April 1934’.
This aside This day was rip roaring and fun, never a dull minute despite the traffic I would recommend it to everyone! You will get all the photographic opportunities for the memories you want to share, you will see so much more than listed on the tour,

Julios Troud