Presentation on theme: " Some people wreck their California vacations by planning too many things to do. If you don't live in California, you may not realize how big the state."— Presentation transcript:
Some people wreck their California vacations by planning too many things to do. If you don't live in California, you may not realize how big the state is.
There are about 25 million acres of desert in California and Southern Nevada. That's a lot of territory filled with all kinds of things to see and do. Whatever you enjoy, we built these pages to help you plan your desert adventure.
The Deserts of California have unique ecosystems and habitats.
Area known for its lack of large population centers and rich farmlands. The weather here is interesting; while it is somewhat foggy, there is still plenty of sun to enjoy once the heat of the days burns away the coastal condensation. With warm weather, unimpeded views of the ocean, and an amazing overall lack of development, visiting Central California is one of the loveliest, relaxing parts of your California tour.
The Central Valley is a large, flat valley that dominates the central portion of the U.S. state of California, United States
The mountains in California are in plain sight from every part of the state. Wherever you go, these majestic mountains glorify each and every landscape as they entice you to climb their peaks and experience all of the hidden wonders of nature.