10. Redwood National Park

Tall trees are only a small part of the Redwood National Park. Visitors can partake in a variety of enjoyable outdoor activities in this sizable parkland with woodlands, rivers, and miles of breathtaking coastline.

9. SeaWorld San Diego

SeaWorld, which is located in sunny San Diego, is distinguished by its focus on marine creatures, thrilling rides, and live performances.

8. General Sherman

A Giant Sequoia named General Sherman can be found in California's Sequoia National Park's Giant Forest.

7. Venice Beach

One of the most well-known beaches in Los Angeles is Venice Beach. One of the attractions in this area is the three-mile stretch of sand beach.

6. Dante's View - Death Valley

Dante's View is a terrace high in the Black Mountains that provides breathtaking views of Death Valley.

5. Disneyland

Disneyland, a renowned amusement park in Anaheim, is where Walt Disney movies and characters from a wonderful, fantasy country come to life.

4. Big Sur Coastline

One of the most beautiful driving routes in the world runs down the Central Coast of California for roughly 90 miles.

3. Lake Tahoe

One of the biggest lakes in the world, Lake Tahoe was formed roughly 2 million years ago during the Ice Age.

2. Golden Gate Bridge

One of the most popular tourist destinations in California and the US is the Golden Gate Bridge, which is close to San Francisco.

1. Tunnel View - Yosemite National Park

At Tunnel View, a viewpoint in Yosemite National Park's Sierra Nevada Mountains, tourists can take in breathtaking views of El Capital, Bridalveil Falls, Half Dome, and the stunning Yosemite Valley.