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California is a western U.S. state covering almost 900 miles along the Pacific coast starting from the border of Mexico. The diverse landscapes throughout California include the redwood forest, Mojave desert, pacific coast cliff-lined beaches, and the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Sacramento is the capital of this massive state, other popular cities such as San Francisco, & Los Angeles are popular with tourists.

San Francisco California

Each city has its own unique culture you’ll feel as you enter, from the flashy Hollywood entertainment industry of Los Angeles to the hip and hilly streets of San Francisco California is an explorer’s dream. Travelers visiting the United States must add this gorgeous state to their bucket list!

National Parks in California:

  • Lassen Volcanic
  • Lava Beds
  • Pinnacles
  • Presidio of San Francisco
  • Redwood
  • Yosemite

When to Visit California

Most of California’s climate is Mediterranean-like making it the perfect U.S. destination to visit all year. The average temperature along the coast is (21+ C / 70+ F) & very rarely reaches freezing. Time your visit based on what season is best for your desired activities. Are you ready to pack your bags and visit California? Let’s go!

In the summer months June – August temperatures rise (26+ C / 80+ F) and the tourists arrive. This season is great for exploring the high country as you drive along the highest roads and hike the highest trails such as Mount Shasta & Lassen Peak volcanoes.

Summer is the busy season so expect to pay higher rates, and attractions to be more crowded. Along the northern coast from Monterey to San Francisco, the summer days are mostly foggy, breaking during midday.

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