Redlands one of the oldest cities in California. Named for its rich, red soil, it sits halfway between Los Angeles and Palm Springs People built their dream houses in whatever style they liked. Victorian sat alongside of Colonial, Classic Boxes and Craftsmen homes. Redlands still has some beautiful Victorians This is Citrus country, with lush groves and a temperate climate. Once called the “Orange Empire”. For almost 75 years, the city was the center of the largest navel orange producing region in the world. There were more than two dozen packing houses It prospered until the 1959s. Redlands is now known as the Jewel of the Inland Empire.
Join us for an interesting and informative tour of the area from Palm Springs to Redlands. Through San Gorgoinio Pass the deepest pass in the continental 48 states it exceeds the Grand Canyon by 2000 feet. Let us tell you about the city’s that sit in its shadow Garnet, Snow Creek, Whitewater, Cabazon, Banning and Beaumont, Calle Mesa and Yucaipa.