Going it alone has definite pluses, and tour operators now are seeing an uptick in bookings.
Fire persists nearby, but park is expanding camping options
As families decide if and how to celebrate, the embattled agency weighs in
Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks remain shut
RBG loved Santa Fe for its opera and skies.
Finland has deployed coronavirus-sniffing dogs at its main international airport in a four-month trial.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office has said it’s working to adopt guidelines for reopening Disneyland and other California theme parks but has offered no timeline.
The Luxe Rodeo Drive is the first L.A.-area luxury hotel to go out of business because of the pandemic. An unusually high loan delinquency rate may mean more hotel closures are likely to follow.
The city has some of the most beautifully preserved architectural masterpieces in California. Hop in the car and let’s explore.
And on the 12-mile boat ride from Oxnard, you might see dolphins
You won’t find flannel-lined sleeping bags at these seven spots, which feature king-size beds, luxury linens and private decks or patios.
It’s all about ridin’ and ropin’ at the family-owned V6 Ranch.
You can’t travel to Europe or sunbathe on a beach, but you can still get a change of scenery on a farm stay.
You can hike and camp at a remote beach on Santa Catalina Island’s wild side. And there’s an easy way to do it.
A picnic lunch surrounded by rolling hills. Bouquets of wildflowers and baby barn animals. Not a laptop or cellphone in sight. Welcome to cottagecore.
In response to COVID-19, the vacation rental company’s sanitizing and disinfecting guidelines can ease travelers’ concerns.
Sturtevant Camp, just north of L.A., gets you off the grid and socially distanced from everyone except the deer.