California Tour Holidays

Our Trips to California

The coastline of Southwest USA is indeed a remarkable place and an absolute magnet for creative types searching for inspiration and like-minded souls. Of course, you don't have to be a writer or a painter or even an actor to enjoy a California tour holiday and from the unique and expansive national parks to the city landmarks that are known the world over, this is an incredible location and a 'must visit' at least once in a lifetime. 

With its unique and expansive national parks to famous city landmarks that are known the world over, a trip to California. the “Honey Sunshine State”, is a must visit. Home to Yosemite National Park, the Big Sur, Pacific swells and some of the best clam chowder you'll ever taste - if you're dreaming of California, then join the club. 

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Our California Tour Holidays

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Visit five breathtaking National Parks in the USA

Culture
Suitable for:
Age 16+
Activity level:
Leisurely / Moderate
12 Days from £3,429
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California Tour Highlights

1. Yosemite National Park - This is an absolute haven for any hiking enthusiast and an 'absolute must' on any California tour holiday bucket-list. With over 800 miles of recognised trails, Yosemite National Park offers some of the most captivating scenery in all of the USA, froma backdrop of waterfalls, to sweeping canyons and skyscraping giant sequoias, these are some of the best vistas that you're ever likely to encounter.

2. Death Valley National Park - One of the world’s hottest, driest and lowest places, don’t let the name put you off – Death Valley is packed with stunning landscapes to awe and amaze. Water-sculpted canyons, singing sand dunes and serene salt flats are all found right here.

3. San Francisco - California boasts some of the world's hottest cities in every sense imaginable and no trip is complete without discovering the hidden and obvious gems in San Francisco. The Golden Gate Bridge and Fisherman's Wharf are a must on your California trip. Rest assured this west-coast heavyweight packs a punch when it comes to culture, cuisine and scenery .

4. Lake Tahoe - As the largest lake of its kind in North America, it comes as no surprise that the shores of Lake Tahoe provide endless biking and hiking trails around it’s awe-inspiring  setting. Water sports like kayaking, water skiing and stand-up paddleboarding are also pretty popular here too.

I travelled with my 23 yr old daughter and we had a great time. Lots of superlatives which have...

Catherine Arter, 2019 Western Explorer

Very busy , hugely interesting itinerary. Some quite breathtaking scenery, with opportunities for...

Graham Halcrow, 2018 Western Explorer