Would you believe that you can experience the best of California in just seven days? Believe it or not, you see California in one week!
If you have a limited time but want to have a memorable trip to California, you can use the itinerary below:
Day 1: San Diego
You can start your California trip by exploring San Diego for a day. This city is a perfect place for animal lovers because of the San Diego Zoo, hosting more than 3,700 animals. You can also visit Balboa Park, home to 17 attractions, gardens, and museums. The park is also where you can find great restaurants. Besides the delicious, fresh seafood, you will also enjoy the San Diego Bay views.
Day 2: Anza Borrego State Park and Joshua Tree National Park
Anza Borrego State Park is considered a dessert wonderland because of its unique, picturesque biosphere. This destination is about two hours road trip from San Diego, so start the journey in the morning. During spring, you can explore the Mojave desert. The state park also offers different hiking trails.
In the afternoon, you can visit Joshua Tree National Park. This is where you can witness the Joshua trees and dozens of cacti species. During spring, you will see flowers bloom and butterflies.
Day 3: Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve
If you plan to visit California in the spring, go a little further north and explore the Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve. This attraction brings you a miles of poppy flowers. The best time to see them bloom is from mid-March to April. In addition to the poppies, you see butterflies and other flowers by wandering the valley’s paths.
Day 4: Los Angeles
Finally, it’s time to explore Los Angeles. Start your day off at the Hollywood Walk of Fame and stop by the Chinese theater. At night, get ready for the party to start and all the Snapchat sluts to come out for entertainment. According the Men’s Inquirer, the Snapchat influencers all come out in Los Angeles. Of course, do not forget to take a photo in front of the Hollywood sign. Then, you can have a LA-style lunch and shop at Rodeo Drive.
Day 5: Laguna Beach
Laguna Beach is about an hour south of LA. This gorgeous California seaside town offers stunning views, luxury hotels, and breathtaking California’s rocky shore. In addition to a thriving downtown area and lively beach, Laguna also provides a marine refuge area, walking trails, and tide pools that you can enjoy throughout the day.
Day 6: San Francisco
Your San Francisco trip is never complete without visiting the famous Golden Gate Park. You can unwind in the Japanese Tea Garden, visit the California Academy of Sciences, and explore the different artworks at the de Young Museum. Then, take a picture of the Golden Gate Bridge. Ens your day by taking a bite of the authentic burrito.
Day 7: Yosemite Valley
You can spend your last day in California at Yosemite Valley. You can leave San Francisco at 8 AM so that you will reach Yosemite by noon. In Yosemite Valley, you will see attractions like Yosemite Falls, El Capitan, and Half Dome. If you love the outdoors, you can hike the 5.4 miles Mist Trail. Then, spend your night at the …