Vacation in California!

Unless you have been living under a rock, You know what California is. It is the USA’s Golden state, and home to Hollywood, exotic beaches, and surfers. It is also the most populated and diverse state in the country, and there’s a lot more to see in this west coast than you may have imagined.

California is one of the very few places in the world which have a bit of everything: exotic ocean drives, lush green forests, magnificent vineyards, sky-kissing mountains, vast deserts, thrilling amusements parks, exotic cuisine, and agricultural diversity. Here’s our list of a few places that you should definitely visit if you’re in Cali.

  1. Yosemite National Park

Located in Northern California, Yosemite National Park is one of the USA’s’ most beautiful and famous national parks. It’s tall mountains, valleys, rivers and high waterfalls drawn millions of locals and visitors and artists here every year. The famous Yosemite Valley here was carved by glaciers during the last ice age. Also, don’t miss the giant Granite domes and high waterfalls, especially the Upper Yosemite Falls that drops 1,430 feet at one point, rise above the forest covered floor.




       2. Big Sur

This long stretch of heavenly coastline and the deep forest is a perfect getaway for nature. Camping and hiking are very popular here. Garrapata State Park offers a beautiful section of beach, and Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park is a lovely place for hiking.

The Big Sur begins nearly 4 miles south of Carmel in Yankee Point and sprawls along the Highway No. 1 till as far as Salmon Cove, about 17 miles north of San Simeon. From Highway 1 you’ll get to see some of the most splendid views of your life over the picturesque coastline.The Santa Lucia Mountains and Ventana Forests, lie to the east, with more than 220 miles of trails.

3. Lake Tahoe

The famous Lake Tahoe lies high up in the mountains and is a beautiful place to see any time of the year. During summers it becomes a playground for boaters and beachgoers. Whereas while winter months its surrounding hills make amazing terrains for skiing, with the world-famous Sugar Bowl Ski Area.









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