California best  and must visiting places

By Vasantha

From Long Beach, you can take the Catalina Express 22 miles off the coast of Los Angeles to get to this island paradise in an hour.

Catalina Island

Lake Tahoe lies roughly 40 miles outside of Reno on the California-Nevada border. Whatever the weather, there's plenty to do outside.

Lake Tahoe

Mammoth Lakes might change your mind about skiing in the Golden State. Located in the Eastern Sierra region, Mammoth Lakes is home to the highest ski resort in California.

Mammoth Lakes

Near San Francisco, this national park is one of the most popular. From fishing and birdwatching to rock climbing and rafting, Yosemite National Park offers every adventure activity you can imagine.

Yosemite National Park

Natural beauty and small-town charm make Monterey a favorite destination. There are beautiful beaches and charming seaside neighborhoods in Monterey, located about 40 miles south of Santa Cruz.


When in California, Sequoia National Park is the best place to see its iconic, towering sequoias. Sierra Nevada trees are native to central California's western slopes.

Sequoia National Park

Warm weather and surf-friendly shorelines make San Diego a great vacation destination. USS Midway Museum, San Diego Zoo, and Balboa Park (many museums).

San Diego

Whatever you do in San Francisco, whether you ride a cable car, explore a culturally diverse neighborhood, admire towering redwoods near the Golden Gate Bridge, or eat, the energy is electric.

San Francisco

It's easy to enjoy scenic mountain vistas and plenty of outdoor adventures whenever you visit this rugged alpine town, about 80 miles northwest of Palm Springs.

Big Bear Lake

After visiting Yosemite and Sequoia national parks, visit Kings Canyon National Park to see more sequoias. In terms of volume, the General Grant Tree is the second-largest tree in the world.

Kings Canyon National Park

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