California has so much to offer. The state has a large number of attractions that are unforgettable after you discover them. Do you love beautiful beaches, driving through serene deserts and hiking through mountains? California gives you all of that. You can enjoy a beach holiday, view historic sites and hang out with your family. What’s more, the state is home to some of the world’s best wineries, and exciting cities, and towns. Here are a few ideas of places you should visit.

Los Angeles

The bustling city offers its visitors fantastic cultural attractions and lots of fun at the Universal Studios.

Then there are miles of hiking, biking trails, and awesome beaches. You can visit the County Museum of Art, attend a concert at the Hollywood Bowl, and maybe go on a Melting Pot Food Tour to enjoy LA cuisine. You can also spend quality time with your family at Malibu Beach, and if you are a hiker, Santa Monica Mountains is good for that. Cyclists can transverse the city through its network of bike paths.

Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks

The parks are located close to each other in southern Sierra Nevada Mountains, and both are famous due to the giant sequoia trees which grow more than 500 feet tall and can attain a width of 100 feet. Sequoia National Park was established in 1890, and it homes Mount Whitney, which has the highest point in the U.S.

while the Kings Canyon has the deepest canyon in America. The parks host a variety of wildlife including gray foxes, bobcats, mule deer and bears. The parks are good for hikers and backpackers, and there are 14 campgrounds set for visitors.


Located in Anaheim, this is the most popular premier family destination in California with its massive amusement park where people go for all kinds of rides, shows, games and all sorts of entertainment.

You can find some hotels and restaurants inside the park. There is entertainment for both adults and children, including roller coasters and other rides. If you want to experience much of Disneyland, you have to visit before summer, spring break, Christmas or any holiday, when the kids are on school break and the park is usually bustling.

Painted Canyons

Painted Canyons is located southeast of Palm Springs and its one of the unique sites in California. The canyons use to have wooden ladders before they were replaced with metal, some years back. You get to hike through a narrow and cold gorge which was formed by the San Andres Fault, years ago. The canyon is washed with reds, greys, pinks, greens, and browns. Now you know where the name came from.

California State is a place of opportunities, as well as fun. There are more attractions including Napa Valley and Death Valley in Yosemite National Park. Why don’t you plan a trip of your lifetime with your family or colleagues? You need to discover the rich nature of the state. Show some California love and grab some tickets, and you will have so much to tell when you get back home.