California Deserts

Known for luring travelers in search of vast fortunes in gold and silver, California’s High Desert is still a destination for discoveries—in scenic untouched beauty, early state history and dark, starry nights. Low Desert playgrounds made famous by celebrities and others seeking privacy, healthy living, first-rate recreation and stark beauty are favorite getaways for visitors.


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Spring Blooms and Horses in Tucson

It is nice to know that the rugged “old west” still exists, marked by wide, open spaces backed by lofty mountain ranges and populated with ancient saguaro forests, blooming cacti and marauding deer and coyote. These vast desert expanses conjure days of the grand ranchos, dust-filled cattle round-ups and campfire dinners under the stars. On the far edge of Tucson …

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Celebrate ‘Coachella Music Month’ this April in Greater Palm Springs

Music will fill the air the entire month of April in Greater Palm Springs, beginning with the Wedbush Garden Jam Music Festival which precedes Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and Stagecoach. The Wedbush Garden Jam Music Festival, presented by Fisherman’s Market & Grill, features headliner Lukas Nelson, who along with his band Promise of the Real, were the instrumentals …

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Get creative, Valentine

It’s not that we dislike red roses, champagne and chocolates.  But a truly creative way to celebrate the day of love is worth a whole year of cupid points. Here are some unique outing ideas to celebrate Valentine’s Day in SoCal, from stargazing and desert cruises to sexy jazz.    Cruise to Valentine Bliss At the enchanted JW Marriott Desert …

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