California has a lot to offer those who visit. It is also diverse in terms of culture as it is with its landscape. This is the state where you can touch an Orca whale and shake hands with Mickey Mouse in the same day. You can see beautiful gigantic redwood before seeing one of the most hostile natural landscapes on earth. The Golden State has several memorable experiences. Here are the best places to visit in California:
Redwood national park
This park has beautiful woodland, coastline, and rivers that enable visitors to take part in several outdoor activities. Did you know that redwood trees found in this park are some of the tallest and oldest trees in the United States? Just visit to know more.
Animals found in the woodland and along the coast consist of rare and protected species. If you have one day in the forest, just take a relaxed walk and see some of the tallest trees in the world. If you will be visiting the park for more than one day, know that there are hike routes, an 8-mile scenic drive, and 5 informative visitor centers.
Even though it is regarded as one of the most hostile natural environment on the planet earth, Death Valley is oddly beautiful. This unique valley is one of the hottest and driest areas in North America.
Due to the extreme heat, those who visit the valley are advised to visit in the early hours of the day. Dante’s View is a good place to see the valley and enables visitors to have tremendous views on a clear day.
Disneyland is the most popular amusement park in the world. It is where all of Walt Disney’s most popular characters come to life. The park has lively shops and restaurants, white-knuckle thrill rides and spectacular live shows featuring favorites like Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, and Goofy. You will also find themed areas such as Main Street which allows you to step back in time to the early 1900’s.
Golden gate bridge
The Golden Gate Bridge found in San Francisco is one of the most popular landmarks in the US. Every year this bridge is visited by many tourists who come to see and take photographs of the bridge. The golden gate bridge spans the San Francisco Bay for over a mile.
Did you know why the bridge has a red tone? The red tone was designed to make the bridge more visible in foggy conditions that often engulf the area. You can walk, cycle or drive across the bridge. If you want to know about the history of the bridge, there are guided tours available.