From sunshiny coast and quirky metropolis to sequoia giants and unworldly deserts to sweeping valleys and pristine lakes California sure has a lot to offer. Here were our favourite spots to photograph, explore and get lost in a new land.
Many rush through Big Sur on the famous Pacific Coast Highway, likely the most scenic drive in California. But if you are looking for some adventure and to get your vehicle a little dusty this place is just waiting to be discovered.
Death Valley can feel pretty unwelcoming at times and gives a whole new meaning to the word ‘hot’. But here we found Darwin Falls. The perfect oasis in the desert. A place to cool off, take a dip and escape the heat.
It’s no secret that we loved Yosemite. The soaring granite facades, the blushing light of the setting sun and the warm tones as the forests redden with autumn colours. Here are the places that make this stunning national park unforgettable.
San Francisco is diverse. From alleyways dressed in street art to pastel Victorian streetscapes draped in bougainvillea, the blend of micro-cultures and cuisines from every corner of the earth bring this city to life. Here’s what not to miss in the city by the bay.
The best way to get up close and personal with the world’s most famous bridge? Explore it by bike! From the waterfront of San Francisco to the soaring heights of the Marin Headlands and around the corner to sunny Sausalito, here’s how to make the most of your day on the bike.
Although most of our time in California was spent on the coast, our favourite spots were discovered while road-tripping in our 1970’s Chevy van, Shelley. From Big Sur to San Francisco and further inland to Yosemite and Death Valley National Parks, this country was made to be driven, and we absolutely loved it.