California is one of the most geographically diversified states in the United States. Located between the Sierra Nevada Mountains, which lie to its east, and the vast Pacific Ocean on its west, the state also has the arid Mojave Desert in the south, along with the fertile farmlands of the Central Valley in the middle. These geographical features make it a unique place where people can go from mountain hiking to surfing, all within a day’s vacation.
The state also boasts of some of the most famous locations in the world such as the Disneyland, the Hollywood, and the Silicon Valley. The iconic Golden Gate Bridge and Mt. Whitney, the highest mountain peak in the contiguous United States, are other major attractions. With a massive and culturally diverse population, close to 40 million, California alone has more people than the neighboring country of Canada, which happens to be the second largest country in the world!
Check out the interesting trivia on the Golden state in this infographic, along with some useful facts about TAG Mobile, which is one of the leading providers of California Lifeline Program. Under the California Lifeline Program, TAG Mobile provides Free Smartphones and phone services to qualified households.