Best Time for California – Tips and Recommendations
- Best Time to Visit California for Beaches: May to October, August and September are the best (mainly southern California)
- Best Time to Save Money and Avoid the Crowds: The 2 or 3 weeks in late November/early December following Thanksgiving.
How can I go to California for cheap?
- Use online flight trackers to find cheap plane tickets.
- Rely on inexpensive public transit when you visit a city.
- Take your car or rent a vehicle for a picturesque road trip.
- Use ride-sharing apps like Uber or Lyft for quick, easy rides.
- Take a train ride through Southern California to visit several major cities.
Which California city should I visit?
11 Best Places to Visit in California
- 1 The San Francisco Bay Area.
- 2 Los Angeles and Disneyland.
- 3 San Diego: Sunshine, Beaches, and Spanish Architecture.
- 4 Yosemite National Park: A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- 5 Lake Tahoe: Hiking, Mountain Biking, and Skiing.
- 6 Gold Country in the Sierra Nevada Foothills.
- 7 Sonoma County and Mendocino Nature Sites.
What are 3 interesting facts about California?
35 Interesting Facts About California
- The Grizzly Bear State! California was formerly known as the Grizzly Bear State.
- America’s Richest Farming Region!
- The Tallest, Largest, And Oldest Tree In The World.
- A Harbinger To America’s Economy!
- California Gold Rush.
- Largest Mass Migration In History.
- Laundry Crisis.
Is California safe to visit?
Travelers should avoid any travel to the affected areas; Napa Valley, Sonoma County, and Yuba are the worst areas at this time. Instead, concentrate your travels in southern California, in cities such as Los Angeles and San Diego which are safe and well away from the current danger.
Where in California is warm in December?
San Diego is in the southernmost part of California. We do not have hot weather in December. It is our winter and the temperature in the coastal area near the beaches will be anywhere from 18C-22C during the day when the sun is out.
Photo in the article by “U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service”