Hidden Gems in Southern California

Hidden Gems in Southern California is a collection of numerous travellers visit California’s famous landmarks such as San Diego, Disneyland, Los Angeles and Santa Barbara. All of these are great places to visit. However, if you are looking for a location from the radar, you should try the best locations below.

The Channell Islands

For many years I and my husband have lived in California. But, don’t know somehow we’ve missed some wonderful places in California which also classified one of the national parks in the United States. Then search on the internet and observed some photos and decided that we will go there recently. As a result, we rent a boat and ride to Anacapa Island from Oxnard and spent the weekend.

If you are keen to get there, you must take enough food. Because it is a place for adventurous peoples. I must have to climb 157 stage to the top of the hillbillies little island. Where you won’t find any food like food, services, water, or flushing toilets. The scenery of the rocky shoreline, massive cliffs, and jagged peaks was charged it. Anyone can easily hike around the rim of the island in just hours with Inspiration Point a grand reward for your endeavour.

We’d visited this place in June when bursts of bright wildflowers covered the small island and thousands of adorable baby seagulls were to be found around every corner. Be care for their protective mamas who will swoop at your head if you get too close.

It was a lifetime ever journey in our life. When we visited the larger Santa Cruz Island for an exciting kayak tour of the historic sea caves. During the boat ride there we saw a couple of whales and large dolphins. Though the waters can be rough at certain points, the caves were outstanding.

However, some of the peoples think that the island was lonely. If you are an adventurous person then you could easily win over this island.

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens

This place is absolutely amazing! You can spend all day here in selected gardens and museums and in the inner rainforest and eat and drink in various places around the hotel, then a little more. There are also nice things in store. Bring your date, family or friends – this place is perfect for everyone!

Don’t forget to visit the Japanese garden featuring a Japanese house, ceremonial teahouse, and Bonsai collection. Visit the Chinese garden featuring a water, rock, and plant area that takes you through the Chinese traditions and culture. The facility is an easy drive from the 210 freeway and Allen Ave. Thumbs up and a must-see for Pasadena.

Laguna Beach

This is a small tourist town located in the city and covered with photo booths and secret tourist destinations in Los and San Pogo. There are 20 healthy living areas that include surfing, canoeing, snorkelling, canoeing and tourism. All the beaches as like as Hidden Gems in Southern California.

The main beach is simply stunning! The main beach, also called Laguna Beach, is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Orange County along the coast. It is a must-have for anyone who doesn’t exist and is a favourite place for those of you who, if you want to play, also have multiple volleyball courts.

However, the view of In Heisler Park is stunning from the top of the stairs overlooking the ocean and the scenery. There was a nice place away from the main beach, but be sure to check out the side for surfing or swimming. Laguna Beach was not one of my favourites during my development, but the friendly atmosphere and art scene are now dominant and I will be enjoying short road trips.

Treasure Island Park is another tourist destination in Laguna Beach. Here you can enjoy the sunset. Stairs and stairs will take you to the beach below, where you can walk on the beautiful sandy slopes.

Big Bear Lake

This is a beautiful lake, with the others from the woods and the lake itself was beautiful. Boats and the fishermen and fishing are some of the common property if this particle is. Or, if it is carried on a bicycle is easy this siege-engines roto. Many had to plaid, skydiving, a chair under aerial strop.

El Matador Beach

Believe it or not, I do not know, this is a beautiful coastline, white sand, a huge half-hidden place, hazy waves, waves and rock?

One of the most interesting of Southern California shores. The sand beach is beautiful. But, on the edge of the area of ​​the family in a small way, for birds. Some people are looking for caves and hot weather. It is located in Malibu, not far from the Pacific to stop short, can not wait 20 minutes or longer. Two hours still need $ 600. There is a necessary step to achieve the stairs walking on sand. But this amazing sight. And his friends and he was there.

Great looks far from the coast or photography and model ever made. There is also good parking, you can park your car in the parking lot and pay to park for 5-8 minutes at PHC.

Crystal Cove State Park

Parking lot, and beautiful beaches without the beach around the city. Relatively clean shower and toilet. The day of the price of $ 15 seems to be expensive, but there is another one like them to come in, and the price allows to leave as a remnant in the miry places for the parking space. We definitely recommend it. If this review helpful, please press the button similar!

We went to the door of the historic area with its own beach to enjoy. A very pleasant and friendly, a family friend. The water wars, waves of fun. It looks like a lively bar and restaurant, but not the order of business yesterday.

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