Joshua Tree National Park is an otherworldly destination in the California desert. Explore the park and see the strange rock formations and plants for yourself. Whether you enjoy hiking or rock climbing there is something for you!
Yosemite National Park and the surrounding Sierra Nevada mountains has long been popular with artists, climbers, hikers and explorers. Ansel Adams snapped his famous photos here and John Muir loved exploring the peaks and valleys.
San Diego is a is a fun tourist destination with sunshine almost every day in both winter and summer. Some say that San Diego has the most ideal climate in the world. Let’s take a trip!
There is more to do in Big Sur than just pass through on your way north or south. Learn about the history of the area and the film, art and literature connections. We’ll tell you our favorite photo ops and secret hiking spots.
Explore Palm Springs off the beaten path. Discover these 11 secret spots in Palm Springs, ranging from outdoor activities to enjoying quirky art and modern local architecture.
Searching for the best places to stay Palm Springs where you can enjoy the sunshine, take a dip in the pool and perhaps have a cocktail or two? Here are our top picks for fun hotels in Palm Springs for adults plus unique places to stay in Palm Springs.
Hiking trails, wineries, beaches and cute California towns are just some of the places to visit near Santa Barbara.
A gorgeous city located between the mountains and the sea, Santa Barbara charms with its red roofs and spanish style architecture. There’s a reason it is known as the American Riviera.
Joshua Tree National Park and the surrounding areas have long been popular with artists, recluses and dreamers. Here are some amazing places to stay near Joshua Tree.
California has it all: beaches, mountains, rivers, desert. And much of this can be seen in the central part of the state. Let’s explore Central California!
Let’s explore some of the best places to go wine tasting in the Santa Barbara area including downtown Santa Barbara and the beautiful hills and valleys beyond.
Santa Cruz is a small town but there is a lot to do, especially if you love nature and the ocean. Get active with hiking, surfing and mountain biking or go hedonistic eating, drinking and shopping.
Less than 50 miles of the coast of southern California lie eight peaceful hilly islands with lots of things to explore. Let’s visit the California channel islands!