surreal places in california
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The diverse culture and geographical offering of California make sit the most vibrant cities in the world. whether you are adventure love or love romantic places California has everything for everyone. There are a bunch of surreal places to visit, so today, we will show you the most surreal places in California. Take a look below.

1. Mono Lake

Mono lake
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This saline lake spread around 70 square miles and is home to stunning sandy limestones that is called Tufa. This lake supports the life of alkali flies and brine shrimp as it is too salty it’s not for fish life. You can visit there for having great fun and adventure by kayak or walking tour.

Nearby Attractions: Mono Basin Scenic Area Visitor Center, Tioga Pass, Mono Lake Tufa State Natural Reserve, Mono Lake Kayak Rentals, Mono Basin Historical Society, Lundy Lake, Black Point, Black Point Fissures, 20 Lakes Basin Loop, Mono Lake Vista Point, Lee Vining Falls, Gibbs canyon.

2. Cypress Tree Tunnel, Point Reyes

Cypress Tree Tunnel
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This cypress tree tunnel is very beautiful and will give you a beautiful experience. Try to visit there in weekdays as it gets crowded on weekends. You can take the best Instagram shot here.

Nearby Attractions: The Point Reyes Lighthouse Visitor Center, Tomales Bay Oyster Company, Hog Island Oyster Farm, Point Reyes Outdoors, Samuel P Taylor State Park, Alamere Falls, Point Reyes National Seashore, Bolinas Beach, Tomales Bay State Park.

3. The Last Bookstore, Los Angeles

The Last Bookstore
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Looking for your favorite Beatles vinyl or a rare Harry Potter edition? Then this California’s largest new and used book record store holds around 250,000 new and used books on its two floors. You can walk through the floors and take out your favorite book! This is heaven for bookworms!

Nearby Attractions: Zero-4 Gallery, Gather DTLA, Los Angeles Theatre Center, Pershing Square, Grand Central Market, Bradbury Building, Walt Disney Concert Hall.

4. Sequoia National Park

Sequoia National Park
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Maybe you have heard about it. It is located in the southern Sierra Nevada range and offers camping and traditional lodging to visitors and has some stunning places to explore such as Crystal Cave.

Nearby Attractions: Giant Sequoia National Monument, Hume Lake, Jennie Lakes Wilderness, Monarch Wilderness.

5. Salton Sea

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It is another saline lake located in the Sonoran desert. This lake was formed when the Colorado River burst by poorly built dams in the year 1905.

Nearby Attractions: Painted Canyon, International Banana Museum, Ladder Canyon Trail, Box Canyon Road.

6. Horsetail Falls, Yosemite National Park

Horsetail falls
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Horsetail waterfall is of 1,570-feet floes in spring and winter. It looks really dreamy when the sun catches the falls at that moment to make the waterfall appear like a fire.

Nearby Attractions: El Capitan, Crossroads Tours & Limo, Yosemite Valley, Discover Yosemite.

7. Mystery Spot, Santa Cruz

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If you really love optical illusions, then must visit Santa Cruz, before you die. It’s actually a gravity hill where you can learn and take the picture that turns out to be the most unique in your album.

Nearby Attractions: Mount Hermon Adventures, Chardonnay Sailing Charters, Surf School Santa Cruz, O’Neill Yacht Charters, West Cliff Drive, Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, Roaring Camp & Big Trees Narrow-Gauge Railroad, the University of California at Santa Cruz, Roaring Camp Railroads, Capitola Beach, Nickelodeon Theatre, Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, Natural Bridges State Beach, Santa Cruz Surfing Museum, Pleasure Point Beach, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Exploration Center, Santa Cruz Harbor Beach.