Option 1: San Francisco
- Santa Cruz Monterey - Los Angeles
Today we will be departing from the hotel and will be heading
towards the amazing small town of Felton, which is located in the California
Coast Mountains. We will enjoy a spectacular ride on Roaring Camp Steam Train passing
by the California Redwood Forest. As a next step, we will move towards
picturesque Monterey, where we will feel the pleasure of gentle sea breezes,
surging waves, meandering coastline, interesting rock formations, and charming
seals and sea lions on the beach. We will be driving a distance of 17 miles along
a beautiful highway that is connected with the coast along a stretch of
California's Highway 1. As a next step, we will be visiting the Monterey
Aquarium that has over 6500 species of marine life, which includes deep-sea
monsters and colorful fish. We will be returning to Los Angeles the same evening
and visitors will be dropped off at the airport.
Roaring Camp Steam
Train: It was
established in 1875 in order to carry tourists to the area of redwoods which is
called the "Big Trees."
17-Mile Drive: This breathtaking road takes
visitors through 17 miles of scenic beauty, amazing mansions and distinct
wildlife. Visitors may enjoy the charms of shopping and dining along the way.
Monterey Bay: In addition to the beautiful routes
of the bay's shorelines, the popular Californian Monterey Bay is re-owned for
its remarkable beauty and unique wildlife. Visitors can view animals like
bottlenose dolphins, otters and if they are lucky enough they can even find humpback
Monterey Bay Aquarium: Located in Monterey, California, this
massive aquarium has some of the largest and most unique manifests in the world.
Option 2: San Francisco
- Yosemite - Los Angeles
Today we will be departing from our hotel and will be heading
towards Yosemite National Park. We will be spending the day by having the tour
of this stunning place. Once we reach the place, we will have a chance to view
the most popular landmarks of the park. These include Bridal Veil Falls,
Yosemite Falls, Half Dome, Yosemite Valley, and many more. This is known as one
of the world's best place for hiking. As a next step, we will be heading
towards to Los Angeles, where the tour will finally come to an end.
El Capitan: Located across from Bridalveil Falls
in Yosemite National Park, El Capitan is the world's biggest granite monolith.
It elevates around 3,000 feet above the ground, and is a must see place for
rock climbers. Visitors from around the world specially visit this place each
Yosemite Falls: Located in Yosemite National Park,
California, The Yosemite Falls are North America's highest known waterfall. The
Falls are one of the popular attractions of the park, especially in the spring season
when they have water in abundance.
Half Dome: One of the most distinguishable
formations in California's Yosemite National Park, the Half Dome is well-known to
the world, as a challenging and rewarding place for hikers and mountain
climbers. Each year it attracts thousands of people.
Bridal Veil Falls are located in the Yosemite Valley California's Yosemite
National Park, and are known as one of the most popular sites of the park. Thousands
of people visit this 617-foot-high waterfall, every year.