This 14 night fly drive takes in some of the USA's most popular destinations, from the roller-coaster hills of San Francisco to southern California's golden beaches.
Day 1 – Fly from the UK to San Francisco and check in to your hotel in Fisherman's Wharf.
Days 2 to 3 – Spend a couple of days exploring San Francisco. From the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and Union Square to Alcatraz and Fisherman’s Wharf, there's plenty to see and do.
Day 4 – Collect your rental car before driving south to the beautiful coastal town of Carmel
Day 5 – Enjoy the day in Carmel. Browse the quaint shops and galleries or travel the famous '17 Mile Drive' to Cypress Point.
Day 6 – Take a leisurely drive along the scenic Pacific Coast Highway to your hotel in Pismo Beach. Make sure you visit the beautiful Hearst Castle at San Simeon en route.
Day 7 – Continue your journey south to Santa Barbara, set against the stunning backdrop of the Santa Ynez Mountains.
Day 8 – Spend a relaxing day in the comfort of your beautiful Santa Barbara hotel, or explore the nearby shops, restaurants and beaches.
Day 9 – Make your way to Los Angeles, where you'll be staying in the famous Hollywood area.
Day 10 – Discover the haunts of the rich and famous on nearby Rodeo Drive, or go further afield and visit downtown LA where you will find the Staples Centre and Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Day 11 – Make the short drive to Huntington Beach, famous for offering some of the best surfing in California.
Day 12 – Have a day of pampering in the hotel's spa or relax by the beach and watch on as the surfers ride the waves.
Day 13 – Stop off at Newport Beach and Laguna as you journey south to San Diego. Your final hotel is situated in a quiet location just minutes from downtown San Diego, overlooking the marina.
Day 14 – You won't be short of things to do today; visit Seaworld and San Diego Zoo, or check out the Mission Bay or Coronado Bay area of the city.
Day 15 – Make the short trip back to Los Angeles, where you'll drop off your rental car and check in before your flight back to the UK.