California Fly Drive Holidays
Like most of North America, faced with so much choice, you might find it difficult to decide exactly where in the west to start your journey. Therefore, we have tried to make it a little easier by giving you a brief introduction to each of the states we feature, which we hope will give you a taste of what you can expect to see and do in each area. Choose from our pre-suggested fly drive itineraries or let us tailor one to suit your own individual needs. Don't leave it any longer - the west awaits you!
California – The Golden State
The Golden State is well and truly a land of extremes. It is home to the world renowned cities of Los Angeles and San Francisco, America's largest and most beautiful wine regions, three active volcanoes, lush and tropical landscapes, deserts and snow capped mountains and finally the longest coastline in the US.
National Parks: Yosemite, Sequoia, Redwood, Lassen Volcanic, Kings Canyon, Joshua Tree and Death Valley.
Don't miss: The iconic Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and Highway One – one of America's most remarkable drives.
Arizona - The Grand Canyon State
As well as The Grand Canyon, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, Arizona is a state of Old West legends, Native American and Hispanic heritage and also home to sun drenched cities, spas and dazzling resorts. Blessed with bright sunshine and fine weather year round, the region has some of the most varied landscapes on the planet.
National Parks: The Grand Canyon and The Petrified Forest.
Don't miss: The Grand Canyon – over a mile deep, 277 miles long and 10 miles wide in places.
Utah – The Beehive State
With five fantastic national parks, 42 state parks, 6 national forests, 7 national monuments and 13 ski areas, there are many good reasons to visit Utah. With unlimited recreational opportunities and exciting cities like Salt Lake City and Ogden, the Beehive state is truly a place where cities, mountains, rivers and cultures converge.
National Parks: Zion, Bryce, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and Arches.
Don't miss: Any of the National Parks – especially Bryce and Zion.
Nevada - The Wide Open State
Famously known as being home to the bright lights of Las Vegas, Nevada is also the gateway to several national parks and the less-known but no less wonderful Great Basin National Park in the north eastern part of the state. Of course, no visit to Nevada would be complete without a minimum of 2 or 3 nights in Vegas - the 24 hour gaming capital of the world, which never fails to enthrall visitors.
Don't miss: Great Basin National Park – look out for The Bristlecone Pine, over 3000 years old and still living and growing here.
New Mexico – The Land of Enchantment State
New Mexico is known as the State of Enchantment for a good reason. With a rich mix of culture, natural resources, renowned museums and a diverse landscape it really is an enchanting destination. Multicultural traditions, a storied history, tiny villages and modern cities join forces to create life long holiday memories. Witness the stark beauty of the White Sands, surrounded by the majestic Sacramento, San Andreas and Organ Mountains. Visit unique Taos and Santa Fe, America's oldest capital dating back to 1609, and exciting Albuquerque, home to the International Balloon Festival since 1972.
Don't miss: Carlsbad Cavern and numerous other caves within a Permian-age fossil reef.
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