A Taste of Best Travel 2.0
A sample of our Best of San Diego list featuring 113 things to taste, try, & love this year
Posted Wednesday, August 1, 2012, 11:04AM
Action-Packed Weekender: Zip Lines
With a mile-long web of zip lines and suspended “sky bridges” weaving through the forest in Riverside County, Navitat (a theme park for ropes and pullies) is like getting to go on a far-flung corporate retreat without the trust falls.
6047 Park Drive, Wrightwood
Non-Hollywood L.A. Desto: M Café at Calamigos Ranch
Part hippie, part hipster, this outdoor restaurant and bar is tucked in the Santa Monica Mountains, far from the hustle and bustle of Hollywood. Uncork a bottle from a local winery and enjoy the sweeping scenery, complete with chandeliers strung from eucalyptus trees, a duck pond, and paddleboats.
327 Latigo Canyon Road, Malibu
Luxe Hawaiian Hideaway: Kukui'ula
San Diego slow foodies will feel especially at home in Kauai’s new community of vacation villas. There’s a 20-acre lake and farm onsite—guests are welcome to pick bananas, papayas, arugula, and herbs to create a local feast. Or leave the foraging to chef Ben Takahashi, who is winning raves from world travelers online.
27 Ke Alaula Street, Koloa, Hawaii
See the rest of our Best of San Diego list featuring 113 things to TASTE, TRY, & LOVE this year
Try these and more of San Diego's best foods at The Best of San Diego Party on Friday, August 17th.
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