12-27 September 2019

The Farmers Club Chairman Nick Helme and his wife Donna are looking to take members and guests on an overseas trip to California. Organised in conjunction with specialist operator America & Canada, ‘As You Like It’.

The tour will start off with a full day’s sightseeing in San Francisco, along with a visit to Alcatraz. Hear stories of the city’s past and present, whilst driving past famous landmarks including the Twin Peaks, Seal Rocks, and the Golden Gate Bridge. We will then make our way to Napa, for some farm visits and wine tasting. As California produces one third of the vegetables for the USA and two thirds fruit and nuts. Including a full day at Yosemite National park, whilst enjoying views of Yosemite Falls, Half Dome and El Captain, as well as learn about the parks history, geology and wildlife. We will then travel to Monterey, home to the famed 17 Mile Drive, also known as one of the most breath-taking coastlines in the world. We will visit Hearst Castle and continue to Paso Robles. Drive to Tulare to view various farms and then make our way to our final stop in Los Angeles.

Flight Details (with British Airways)

Departure on Thursday 12th September from London Heathrow Airport at 11.20 - Arrive in San Francisco Airport at 14.25. Departure on Thursday 26th September from Los Angeles Airport at 21.35 – Arrive on Friday 27th September at London Heathrow Airport at 16.00.

Tour Cost: £5375.00 price per person (Sharing a double/twin occupancy room). This includes return flights with British Airways, accommodation with breakfast, lunches, dinners (as listed) and all visits throughout the tour. (Travel Insurance is not included). A single supplement cost of £2045.00 per person.


To secure a place on this Tour, please contact Anita on 020 7930 3751 or

All applications should be received by Friday 15th March 2019.

When your place(s) have been confirmed 100% cancellation charge will apply if we cannot resell your places.

Programme and price are subject to change without notification. Places will be allocated on a ‘first come first served ‘ basis.