Why choose California for a Travel Therapy Assignment?

Get assigned in California for a travel nurse assignment

While your days on assignment will consist of time spent learning new techniques in your practice, gaining great experience, and enhancing your resume, you will also have plenty of downtime to explore your new and temporary place of residence. That’s why California would be an excellent choice for your travel therapy job destination.

The golden state is home to some of the most fabulous and famous beaches, including Laguna Beach, Venice Beach, Santa Monica, and Newport Beach. Surfing is a popular pastime among locals, but there is so much more to do that doesn’t involve the Pacific. The Hollywood district has loads of activities to do. You could see your favorite TV show being taped, Visit Universal studios, and look for your favorite celebrity’s stars on the Hollywood walk of fame. Los Angeles nightlife is unlike any other, so whether you are exploring under sun or starlight, you’ll be able to find constant entertainment.

San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge is a famous landmark that you must visit while in California. Take a trolley around the city itself and see places like Union Square, Lombard Street, and the Transamerica Pyramid. Cali’s capital of Sacramento also has many unique attractions, such as various museums, theaters, and 5 star restaurants. In Beverly Hills, you’ll find famous roads like Mulholland Drive, which offers great views of LA, and Rodeo Drive, one of the most famous shopping streets in the world.

Starting to feel a little parched from your jam-packed day of enjoyment? Maybe it’s time to take a trip to the vineyards of Napa Valley and do some wine tasting. Then have some fun stomping grapes!

The list goes on and on. California is the place to be if you are looking for consistent amusement and grand experiences. Watch this short video to find out even more.

Author: Allied Travel Careers

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