Northern California Is One Of The Only Places You Can See This Super Rare Rainbow

The fact that Northern California is unlike any other place in the world is old news to us. However, we’re constantly discovering things that show us just how unique our region of the Golden State truly is. For instance, few people realize that Northern California is home to one of the rarest natural phenomenons in the world—the moonbow. You may be thinking, “What the heck is a moonbow?” It’s basically a super rare rainbow that is only visible under the perfect conditions, and it’s a sight that everybody should make an effort to see.

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Have you had the rare pleasure of seeing a moonbow with your own eyes? This is definitely a stunning sight to witness! Yosemite is just full of surprises. Check out our article of 7 Fascinating Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Yosemite for more.