Taking a road trip around the great state of California is an experience that no one should miss out on. California is one of the bigger states in the union, and it has so much to see and a variety of different landscapes, from harsh and arid desert, to snow-covered mountains, to lush green forests, beautiful lakes, a view of the ocean and everything in between. Taking a tour of the Golden State should be close to the top of anyone's bucket list.
We don't want you to miss out on one of the trips of a lifetime, which is why we offer so many great oxygen packages and rental options for portable oxygen concentrators. Need more than 2 batteries with your rental package? We offer options for more batteries without charging you a ton more. We know you already have travel costs to think about! If you're using a home oxygen concentrator or oxygen tanks, you will want to think about upgrading to a portable oxygen concentrator so you can travel with convenience. All of our portable oxygen concentrators are FAA approved for air travel and every other mode of transportation.
Here are a few destinations you won't want to miss while you are touring California, and some tips for using your portable oxygen concentrator every step of the way.
Sequoia National Park
Come and see some of the biggest trees in the world, the Sequoias. The largest one of them all is named General Sherman, and this massive plant is 275 feet tall and 79 feet around, making it the biggest tree on earth. It's thought to be at least 2,300 years old. You'll feel tiny compared to these amazing trees within the forest. Since you'll have plenty of walking to do from civilization, you'll need to make sure you have at least 2 or 3 more fully-charged batteries or battery packs before setting out, so you can quickly switch to your backup supply. You don't want to be in the middle of this huge forest and run out of power, when you still need to use your oxygen therapy.
Take a day trip to Anaheim and visit one of the happiest places on earth (aside from Disney World, which is in Orlando, Florida). Disneyland isn't just rides – you can catch a show or hop on one of the easy-going rides that can be found throughout the park. Don't forget to get a pair of mouse ears as a souvenir, and a picture with one of your favorite Disney characters! If you don't need continuous oxygen, you can keep your concentrator safe in an indoor locker while you hop on some of the park's roller coasters.
This place is for the serious nature lovers and outdoorsy people. You can go kayaking, sailing and any other boating activity, as well as go hiking and camping. Grab a campsite with electricity so you can power up your batteries, and bring along an external battery charger, so you can charge one battery while using another. That way, you will always have an endless supply of power for your portable oxygen concentrator.