Traveling California through the top 10 great destinations not to be missed

California possesses many beautiful natural landscapes, including a large valley with soaring mountains, pristine desert regions and hundreds of miles of coastline with beautiful poetic natural scenery.

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The most prominent is the Southern California area, this is a large tourist center with vibrant tourist destinations like Los Angeles, Santa Monica, San Perradio, ...

Here are the top 10 great travel destinations, you should not miss when traveling to California!

1. Yosemite National Park

Located on the eastern side of the center of California with an area of over 760,000 hectares, Yosemite National Park was voted World Heritage in 1984. Yosemite is famous all over the world for its beautiful granite cliffs, imposing waterfalls with diverse biological systems with more than 160 species of plants. Visitors can wander or drive along 800 miles of trails to experience the beautiful scenery and admire the wildlife.
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The Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most tourist attractions in California and the United States. Spreading over San Francisco Bay for more than a mile, the Golden Gate Bridge becomes a famous landmark and one of the most photographed bridges in the world. Highlighted by the bright orange-red color, visitors can easily see the Golden Gate Bridge despite the dense fog often covering this area.
Photo: Aslak Raanes

3. Tahoe Lake 

Formed around 2 million years ago during the Ice Age, Tahoe Lake is one of the largest lakes in the world, located along the border between California and Nevada. Tahoe Lake is surrounded by majestic mountains, a popular tourist destination and a place to host exciting events and activities all year round. In winter, the main activities usually take place in skiing by skateboard, horse-drawn carts or shoes. From spring to autumn, visitors can participate in a variety of water sports activities such as boating, water skiing, swimming, ...
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4. Big Sur Coastline

Stretching about 90 miles along California's Central Coast, Big Sur Coastline is one of the most scenic routes in the world. This area is quite sparsely populated, but every year this area attracts about 3 million visitors. One of the most famous attractions in Big Sur is the McWay waterfall, a majestic waterfall that runs along a cliff nearly 80 mt high, surrounded by a coastline and towering pine forests.
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5. Disneyland

Located in Anaheim, Disneyland is a world-famous amusement park opened in 1955. Disneyland is like a fairytale world with areas with different themes like the adventurous world, the reclaimed world, future world ...Disneyland is probably the most popular place to play for all children because of the extremely interesting games. In addition, there are many shops selling gifts, souvenirs, music performance halls, food stalls, cable cars ... to serve tourists.
Photo: Justin Brown

6. Death Valley 

Located in the Mojave Desert, Death Valley is a long and narrow valley between the states of California and Nevada of the United States. Although considered to be the driest and lowest place in North America, Death Valley attracts curious visitors by strange phenomena and unique landscape changes. West of the valley is the foothills to the east of Nevada range, in this contiguous area there are many horizontal vertical ravines and jagged stone pillars. Under the dim moonlight, this scene becomes a dreadful murky but under the sun gives off an extremely magical beauty.
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7. Venice Beach

Venice Beach is an entertainment area located in the west of Los Angeles, famous for its beautiful beaches. On weekends, the beach becomes extremely bustling, visitors cycle along the sea, play rollerskating, swimming and sunbathing, etc. All bring a lively and warm atmosphere.
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8. General Sherman

General Sherman is the name of a giant sequoia tree, located in Sequoia National Park in California. This forest is called the giant forest because it possesses the largest trees in the world, having all five of the ten largest trees on the planet exist in this forest. Of which, at 275 meters high, General Sherman is currently the largest tree, believed to be between 2,300 and 2,700 years old.
Photo: Linda Tanner

9. SeaWorld water park

Under the typical sunshine of San Diego, visitors will have the opportunity to see interesting performances of mammal marine animals in SeaWorld water park. Through the program, visitors can learn about ocean and life information of creatures such as dolphins, whales, walruses, penguins and polar bears. The performances of slipping board, dancing spouting, rafting of killerwhale are the attractions of Sea World.
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10. Redwood National Park

Redwood National Park is a large area of forests, rivers and beautiful coastlines, where visitors can enjoy exciting outdoor activities. Trekking long distances, riding a horse, visiting the park by bike, climbing along the trails are typical activities that tourists love the most. In addition, visitors can camp on the river banks, fishing trout and kayaking. Along the sightseeing routes, visitors will admire the wonderful redwood forests, admire the wildlife and the spectacular ocean view while driving along the coastline.
Photo: Michael Schweppe
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