New “California 101″ Web Series Offers Tips for Travel Throughout the Golden State

Information-rich content shows travelers how to see and do the best things in California ahead of National Plan for Vacation Day

Sacramento, Calif. (Jan. 2, 2018)Dreaming about a vacation but don’t know where to start? A new web series from Visit California, “California 101,” will answer visitors’ most asked questions about California travel with its launch on Jan. 2.

Kicking off with 35 visually-stunning, yet information-rich videos, the series shows travelers how to see and do some of the best destinations and experiences in California – a great planning tool in advance of National Plan for Vacation Day on Jan. 30.

“California 101 allows travelers to see different trip ideas in video format, and then click through to web content for a deeper dive into the details of trip planning,” said Visit California President & CEO Caroline Beteta. “With so much to see and do in California, this series will serve as a great starting point that is as inspirational as it is educational.”

Housed on Visit California’s Dream365TV network and also viewable on YouTube, the videos are categorized into five themes: National Parks, Road Trips, Resorts, Beaches, and “5 Amazing Things to Do In…” The series covers experiences across the state including: Beverly Hills: 5 Amazing Things, Gold Country Road Trip, and Death Valley National Park.

California 101 is an SEO data-driven content program that delivers informative ‘how-to’ content answering the most frequently asked questions about California travel. The combination of beautiful, compelling and fast-paced videos with insightful articles full of useful information and links, is designed to intersect consumers searching for California information and draw them into the Visit California content ecosystem. Once there, they will be educated and inspired, and have the necessary tools to move further down the booking path.

There are still 28 days until National Plan for Vacation Day, an initiative by US Travel’s Project: Time Off encouraging Americans to declare their vacation time for the rest of the year, at the start of the year. Visit California encourages travelers to utilize the California 101 series to plan their ultimate California vacation by watching a video (or two) a day until Jan. 30 – then mark their calendars and use all of their PTO in 2018.

Destinations Featured in California 101 include:

  1. Amador County
  2. Angels Camp
  3. Auburn
  4. Bakersfield
  5. Beverly Hills
  6. Big Bear Lake
  7. Big Sur
  8. Cambria
  9. Cedar Glen
  10. Channel Islands National Park
  11. Chester
  12. Coloma
  13. Coronado
  14. Crescent City
  15. Dana Point
  16. Death Valley National Park
  17. Del Mar
  18. Emerald Bay
  19. Encinitas
  20. Forestville
  21. Fort Bragg
  22. Fresno
  23. Huntington Beach
  24. Jenner
  25. Joshua Tree National Park
  26. La Jolla
  27. La Quinta
  28. Laguna Beach
  29. Laguna Niguel
  30. Lake Arrowhead
  31. Lake Tahoe
  32. Lassen Volcanic National Park
  33. Lodi
  34. Lompoc
  35. Los Angeles
  36. Los Gatos
  37. Manchester Beach
  38. Monterey
  39. Morro Bay
  40. Murphys
  41. Napa
  42. Newport Beach
  43. Olympic Valley
  44. Orcutt
  45. Palm Springs
  46. Palo Alto
  47. Pinnacles National Park
  48. Pioneertown
  49. Placerville
  50. Point Arena
  51. Ragged Point
  52. Rancho Santa Fe
  53. Redwood National and State Parks
  54. Rutherford
  55. San Diego
  56. San Francisco
  57. San Jose
  58. San Luis Obispo
  59. San Simeon
  60. Santa Maria
  61. Santa Monica
  62. Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks
  63. Sonoma
  64. Sutter Creek
  65. Traver
  66. Truckee
  67. Vallecito
  68. Ventura
  69. Yosemite National Park

ABOUT VISIT CALIFORNIA:
Visit California is a nonprofit organization with a mission to develop and maintain marketing programs – in partnership with the state’s travel industry – that keep California top-of-mind as a premier travel destination. According to Visit California, spending by travelers totaled $126.3 billion in 2016 in California, generating 1.1 million jobs in the state and $10.3 billion in state and local tax revenues. For more information about Visit California and for a free California Official State Visitor’s Guide, go to www.visitcalifornia.com. For story ideas, media information, downloadable images, video and more, go to media.visitcalifornia.com.

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