Red Rock Scenic Byway, Sedona, AZ – This “All American Road” runs through the Coconino National Forest. Named a “Destination unto Itself’” this road is so named for the red rock & sandstone formations.
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, Palm Springs, CA – Take a trip aboard the world’s largest rotating tram car, experience a breathtaking journey up the sheer cliffs of Chino Canyon, elevation 8,516-feet.
Historical Society of Palm Desert’s Museum – Experience a fascinating collection of historical photos, newspaper & magazine archives, as well as an oral presentation on the early settlers of Palm Desert California.
San Diego Trolley Tour – A narrated trolley tour of “America’s Finest City.” Spend the day hopping on & off the trolley at the places you choose. Knowledgeable conductors bring the city to life with their witty anecdotes, fascinating tales & fun facts.
San Diego Harbor Tour – Narrated cruise of San Diego Bay.
Mission San Juan Capistrano – Founded on All Saint’s Day November 1, 1776, by Spanish Catholics, this Mission is home to the oldest building in California still in use.
Heisier Park Laguna – Sitting high above the ocean, this park offers beautiful views of the ocean & beaches. On a clear day you can even see Catalina Island.
Santa Monica Pier – First concrete pier on the west coast, originally built to obscure the garbage & sewer pipes. Today, it is a place full of fun, food & shops.
Warner Brothers Studio VIP Tour, Burbank – Taking you behind the scenes of the world’s busiest motion picture & TV studio.
Movie Star Homes Tour, Los Angelas – Narrated tour of the celebrity mansions in Beverly Hills, with a look at celebrity hot spots & Rodeo Drive.
Pacific Grove – Scenic 17-mile drive through Pebble Beach on the Monterey Peninsula.
Elephant Seal Rookery, San Simeon – Hunted nearly to extinction for their oil-rich blubber, these gentle sea giants have made a remarkable comeback in this sanctuary at Piedras Blancas.
Coastal Discovery Center, San Simeon – Located at the William Randolph Hearst Memorial Beach. Learn about the natural & cultural resources of the area.
Cannery Row, Monterey – Waterfront street in Monterey, it was the site of the now defunct sardine canning industry. Today the area is full of shops & restaurants.