President Barack Obama and his family will close out his presidency with a few more trips abroad before he leaves office.
On Friday, the entire First Family will travel to California to visit Yosemite National Park.
Obama will deliver a speech on Saturday, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the creation of the national park system and also travel to the Carlsbad Caverns National Park in New Mexico, before returning to Washington D.C.
The White House also announced plans for First Lady Michelle Obama, her mother, and her two daughters Sasha and Malia to travel to Morocco, Liberia and Spain for their international summer travel.
The trip will take place at the end of June under the umbrella of Obama’s “Let Girls Learn” initiative.
Actress Meryl Streep plans to join the First Lady in Morocco to participate in a conversation with adolescent girls and in Spain, Obama will meet with Queen Letizia.
In August, the family will likely return to their traditional rental home Martha’s Vineyard for about a month to close out their busy summer.