California has it all, from natural wonders to world-famous cities and beloved attractions. Here’s our guide on what to do in California.
Travel in California
The Golden State is home to some amazing places, including the tourist-magnet Hollywood sign, the wine country in Napa Valley, and the beautiful sequoia redwoods. The state of California is also home to some of the most iconic big cities in America. San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego are only a few hours away from each other and each provides a unique experience.
From stunning coastline to endless vineyards, this state has something for everyone. California is the most populous U.S. state, the world’s fifth-largest economy, and the home of Silicon Valley. Natural wonders include Pacific Ocean beaches, the Sierra Nevada mountain range, three major deserts, giant redwoods, and multiple National Parks.
Whether you’re visiting the desert of Palm Springs, driving the stunning coastal roads, or exploring Joshua Tree National Park, California is a state that will wow you. Read on for helpful articles and videos on travel in California.
E-biking is an excellent way to see a destination, and California has many excellent bike routes to choose from.
Find your escape through the magic of the desert. From Camelback Mountain in Arizona to Joshua Tree in California and the Grand Canyon in between, the desert has it all.
From the San Andreas Fault to hot springs, world-class cuisine and the BMW Performance Center, here’s why you should visit Palm Springs.
If you visit Monterey or Carmel, California, add this 17-mile scenic drive in Pebble Beach to your must-do list.
Family lake vacations offer fresh air, open space and plenty of time to play. Here are some of the top lakeside vacation destinations in the USA.
Visit the LA Arts District, where art galleries, food, art, historic architecture and small shops offer a place to hang out with the locals and explore.
Aliso and Wood Canyon Wilderness Park is a non-touristy peaceful getaway. Read one traveler’s story of what this park offers.
Seal Beach California is a peaceful haven away from its busier neighbor, Long Beach and Huntingdon Beach but be prepared for stingray paradise
Pineknot Trail is a beautiful Big Bear hike near Big Bear Lake, California and it’s full of tall pines, interesting boulders and epic views.
The Channel Islands in California are one of America’s wildest National Parks. Find out why they are called the Galapagos of the North.
Thinking of tackling the Black Star Canyon Hike to the falls? Here’s a personal review of this Orange County hike including tips and warnings