AgenTours is an expert DMC with more than 50 years experience handling meeting, incentive, conference and exhibition groups throughout the Western United States; with emphasis on scenic-fashionable California, laidback Hawaii, glitzy Las Vegas and cowboy adventures in Arizona. We understand the needs of our discerning international clientele and are privileged to have multilingual and multicultural staff who bring creativity, new ideas and experience to ensure the success of each project.

126 West Portal Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94127
Tel:+ 1 415 661 5200

Mr Stephen Dornberg - Vice President / Mr Jeff Hollander - Vice President


Company   -   AgenTours


AgenTours Inc. is a Receptive Tour Operator and Destination Management Company specialising in Incentive, Congress, Technical, Professional and Leisure Travel Programs. Since its creation in 1961, AgenTours has been providing quality services in the United States to domestic and international travel agencies, tour operators, incentive houses and corporate clients.

We have offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, but also service numerous other Western areas, including the National Parks, the Rocky Mountains for winter programs and the Islands of Hawaii. FIT and conventions are operated nationwide.

From simple services for individuals to complicated programs for large groups, AgenTours offers a high level of personalised attention, often in the clients' native language. AgenTours multilingual staff keeps up with industry trends and aims to satisfy the ever-changing requirements of clients from around the globe.

Currently there are 5 full time dedicated professionals and additional contracted staff from diverse cultural backgrounds at your service, able to communicate in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Polish, familiar with the tastes and requirements of our eclectic clientele.

AgenTours’ experience, in-depth destination knowledge, creative ideas and cooperation with trusted service providers create added value at fair prices.




San Francisco
The city of trends and ideas, San Francisco is also a city which exalts the senses. Fine restaurants, elegant mansions and rich museums make it attractive to everyone. Its natural beauty charmed the original inhabitants and Spanish conquerors; and its vitality seduced the settlers who arrived later. Today's visitor will marvel at its superb views, its colourful architecture and its exotic scents. Glistening one day, mysteriously cool and grey the next, the city is never the same, but always San Francisco.

Los Angeles
Mystical city of dreams, schemes, fame and fortune, many people still come to Los Angeles today, with hopes of becoming stars; anything can happen there, as we have seen, from the ridiculous to the tragic. To the visitor, the city offers a kaleidoscope of cultures and lifestyles, cutting-edge architecture and those warm and sandy beaches unequaled anywhere else in California.

San Diego
Second largest city and the birthplace of California, San Diego dates back to the 16th century when the first Europeans landed and claimed the area for the Spanish Crown. The first settlers came two centuries later, with the establishment of a military outpost. Today, while geologically considered a coastal desert, the city and surroundings bustle with life. Fine restaurants, museums, world class attractions such as the San Diego Zoo and the Wild Animal Park, and miles of coastal beaches, make the city attractive to visitors all year long. 

Las Vegas

It is a city which comes alive at dusk and which with the advent of the 'theme' hotels, has become one of the worlds most exciting destinations. Las Vegas has many facets and people either love it or hate it. It claims to be home to nine of the ten largest resort hotels in the world, offers top quality entertainment and world class restaurants owned by the most famous chefs in the country. Scenic desert treks, water recreation and the nearby Grand Canyon offer a refreshing contrast to show girls or wedding chapels; and will satisfy nature lovers as well.


DMC Programme Ideas

Day 1
Morning arrival to San Francisco and transfer to your hotel in the Union Square district, the centre for shopping, theater and the arts.  Time to get oriented or take a nap, and then walk this evening to dinner at Palio, a fine Italian restaurant.

Day 2
Enjoy your tour of the city in a motorized Cable Car, exploring the famous hills, parks, Victorian houses, as well as the ocean and Bay views. Lunch in Fisherman’s Wharf and then an afternoon visit and guided walking tour of Alcatraz Prison.  Walk through Chinatown to a delicious dinner at Mister Jiu’s.

Day 3
Morning sailing on the San Francisco Bay on the large schooner Bay Lady.  After lunch depart to the Napa Valley for a tour and tasting at one of the famous wineries (Artesa or Robert Mondavi) followed by free time to shop in the boutiques of the quaint valley towns.  Then your group will enjoy a private dinner in the wine caves of Stags Leap Wine Cellars followed by a return to San Francisco.

Day 4
Transfer to the airport for your flight to Las Vegas and enjoy your photo opportunity at the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign before checking in at one of the incredible and huge casino resorts.  Free time to enjoy the pools, casinos and sights of The Strip.  Evening dinner in one of the many celebrity-chef owned gourmet restaurants.  Then take in one of the great Cirque du Soleil shows such as Michael Jackson ONE.  Of course you can stay out all night partying if you want!

Day 5
Your limousine will arrive this morning to pick you up and take you to the heliport.  There you will board a 6-passenger helicopter for an amazing flight over the Hoover Dam, the Grand Wash and the Colorado Plateau en route to a dramatic descent below the rim of the Grand Canyon and landing near the river bottom.  Once there you can get out and surround yourself in the silence and grandeur and have a bite to eat before reversing course and flying back to Las Vegas.  A trip of a lifetime to remember!   This evening we will rent out an area of the local racetrack for private racing time in exotic cars such as Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Aston Martins and more and enjoy the catered dinner while on-site.

Day 6
Full day to enjoy yourself in the warmth of the Las Vegas weather.  A pool party awaits at one of the great resorts such as Encore Beach Club or Drai’s Beachclub, complete with bar service, food and music while you relax in your group’s private cabanas.  This evening will include a glamorous party and dinner in a highrise suite, or restaurant, overlooking the lights of The Strip.  Then a final night of gambling or partying at one of the swanky nightclubs of the city such as Omnia at Caesars Palace.

Day 7
Depart for home with a week of great memories!


Suggested Sightseeing

Las Vegas
Grand Canyon is just minutes away by air and flights all include spectacular views. Helicopters go to the West Rim of the Canyon, where tours can include the “Skywalk”.

El Dorado Canyon offering privatised events in the near-wilderness: ATV off-roading, kayaking, tomahawking, horse-back riding and a tour of a gold mine.

Red Rock Canyon / Bonnie Springs, only 25 minutes from the Strip, a half-day visit with beautiful geological and natural attractions, as well as a genuine Old West mining town, now restored.

Excursion to Hoover Dam with technical tour and lunch aboard a Mississippi River boat on Lake Mead.

Mount Charleston, 56 kilometres from Las Vegas with its highest elevation at 3,615 metres, a sharp contrast from the desert heat of the city, an average of 10 to 20ºC degrees cooler. Pine forests, skiing in winter etc.

Las Vegas city tour, most impressive when starting at dusk when the lights come on, includes many of the fantasy, themed hotel-resorts.  Downtown LAS has a pedestrian zone domed over with millions of lights which offer evening light shows.

The High Roller - openened in April, is 550 feet (168 meter) high and the world's largest observation wheel.
Passengers can enjoy breathtaking Las Vegas views in a 30-minute ride, the time it takes for the entire wheel to rotate.

Valley of Fire, 40 minutes drive from the Strip, this State Park is famous for its striking red-colored rock formations and 3000 year old petroglyphes. Perfect for hiking, rappelling and relaxed outdoor picnics.

Los Angeles
Visit to Malibu (beach houses of the stars) and the Getty Villa Museum with its antiquities.

Full day excursion (from Long Beach) to Catalina Island.

Universal Studios,  part productive Hollywood studio, part theme park, welcoming visitors to back lots and sound stages.

Los Angeles city tour, depending on the infamous traffic, might include:  Olvera Street, Disney Concert Hall,  L.A. Music Center, Griffith Park, Hollywood Blvd. and Kodac Theatre (site of annual Academy Awards presentation),  Grauman’s Chinese Theatre (stars foot prints and hand prints embedded in cement of the courtyard), Farmers Market,  Sunset Blvd., parts of Beverly Hills and Rodeo Drive, Santa Monica Beach.

San Francisco
Muir Woods National Monument,  just minutes from city bustle, an unspoiled natural grove of magnificent Coast Redwood trees, some of which are over 80 metres tall and over 800 years old.

Wine Country of Napa and Sonoma Valleys, famed regions for the production of world-class wines,  elegant countryside reminiscent of Provence,  extraordinary light. Sonoma, historic small town, as it is the site of the last of the California missions established in the Spanish colonial period; also site of Bear Flag Revolt in 1846 which declared California an independent republic for a few weeks; also site of the oldest commercial winery in the state (founded 1856.)

Sausalito, with a hint of Porto Fino, former 19th Century fishing village, a bootleg centre during Prohibition, now an artists’ colony with distinctive shops and spectacular views of the Bay and City.

Monterey / Carmel, full day excursion to Monterey (early capital of California) with its exemplary Aquarium of Monterey Bay and Carmel, a town of enduring charm with art galleries and boutiques and (debatably) the most beautiful of the California missions.

San Francisco city tour normally includes:  Civic Centre, Twin Peaks views, Golden Gate Park, Ocean Beach and Cliff House,  the Palace of the Legion of Honor, the Presidio, Golden Gate Bridge, the Palace of Fine Arts, Fisherman’s Wharf, Lombard (crooked) Street, North Beach, Chinatown, Financial District, Union Square.


Theme Party Ideas For Incentives

Las Vegas
Caribbean night at Margaritaville Restaurant.

Playboy Party at one of the city's scenic view sky villas with go-go dancers, shadow boxes and band.

The Rat Pack - An evening with the likes of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr, and Dean Martin, who all made entertainment history. 

Private Poker Evening.

Wild West Party - possible at various outdoor spaces or in a local saloon, with cowboy hats & bandanas, square dance lessons & live Country Music

Los Angeles
Hollywood Cruise - A boat from of Marina del Rey with red carpet, paparazzi, live music, centrepieces made from film reels, and of course, look-a-likes.

Private VIP Party at Warner Brothers - Imaginative Hollywood themes, studio tour, dinner in the executive dining room.

Great Gatsby Party - Private Villa or Art Deco Style Venue, red carpet, jazz music and flapper girls.

San Francisco
60's summer of Love - Hippie party in a private venue with colour, sounds, and that 60's music that everyone is still fond of 40 years on.

Halloween Party - Complete with an array of autumnal flowers and masks.

Prohibition Style Party - Set in a historic Speakeasy - guests need password to get in, classic cocktails, feather boas, fedoras and roaring 20s music.


Convention Centres

Moscone Centre (San Francisco) - 20 minute shuttle ride from the airport. 
700,000 square feet of exhibit space, 106 meeting rooms, nearly 123,000 square feet of prefunction lobbies.

San Diego Convention Centre (San Diego) - 5 minute ride from the airport.
615,701 sq. ft. of exhibit space; 204,114 square feet of meeting space including two 40,000 square feet ballrooms; and 284,494 square fee. of pre-function, lobby and registration areas.

Los Angeles Convention Centre (Los Angeles) 
720,000 square feet of exhibition and 147,000 square feet of meeting room space.


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