Tulare County is home to some of America’s prettiest and most colorful small towns, and incredible giant sequoia trees. Host Simon Kane begins his visit in Visalia, home to two cosmopolitan dining experiences, namely Café 225 and Depot, whose building once housed the original Southern Pacific Railway. Stroll the town of Exeter, famed for its murals, and gaze awestruck at Sequoia National Park’s General Sherman Tree, the largest on the planet. Simon also visits Three Sisters Farmstead Cheese to witness the cheese-making process, and tees off at the River Island Golf Course and Country Club.
As far back as 1795, Paso Robles has been spoken of, and written about, as California’s oldest place to go for springs and mud baths. Simon visits a number of its downtown establishments, including the Vinoteca wine bar with its weekly winemaker gatherings and tastings. Overall, Paso Robles boasts more than 100 wineries. E.O.S., whoseWatch Now >>
Haleakala National Park resonates with stories of ancient and modern Hawaiian culture. The park is home to endangered species, some of which exist nowhere else on Earth. Hiking through Haleakala’s stark volcanic landscapes, sub-tropical rainforest, and backcountry will reinvigorate your spirit.Watch Now >>
Beloved around the globe as an iconic symbol of America, the sights, sounds, and sweeping vistas of the Grand Canyon, as well as the unique opportunities for outdoor activities, capture the senses and penetrate ones’ heart and soul as few locations on Earth can.Watch Now >>
Sonoma County is one of the world’s top wine-growing regions. It is also a year-round haven for fine-dining, lodging, spas, and a flourishing arts community. Fifty-eight miles of Sonoma coast offer a magnificent display of natural beauty and wildlife. Stop in Bodega Bay, where Alfred Hitchcock filmed “The Birds,” and go behind the scenes ofWatch Now >>