This majestic and awe-inspiring hilltop estate, standing on California Highway 1, was once the home of businessman William Randolph Hearst who named his estate the “Enchanted Hill”.
Yosemite National Park preserves approximately 1,200 square miles of rugged terrain in the Sierra Nevada of California. It is home to gorgeous waterfalls, deep valleys, aged sequoia trees, and more.
Death Valley National Park lies below-sea-level, consecutive drought and record summer heat makes Death Valley a land of extremes. The Hottest, Driest, and lowest National Park!
Is an island off the shore of southern California, located just 22 miles south-southwest of Los Angeles. With beautiful weather year ’round and endless things you can do, it is a must-see.
Solvang is a small quaint town located in Santa Barbara County, about one hour drive from the city of Santa Barbara. Solvang’s principal attraction is the town’s European heritage and architecture.
Also called “the birthplace of California” is located in the Southern part of California. This gorgeous beach city has a lot to offer, including rich history, museums, world-famous San Diego Zoo, and more.
Northern California’s financial and cultural center! Besides its closeness from Silicon Valley, San Francisco is one of the most popular international tourist destinations in the United States.
The second-largest city in the US is blessed with natural beauty and is home to several attractions, including iconic Hollywood sign, Universal Studios, Chinese Theatre, and a lot more.
Sculpted from volcanic eruptions, majestic in scale and know for its natural beauty, is the year-round adventure land, Mammoth Lakes. It’s one of the most beautiful places I have seen in California.
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