Our Death Valley Tours take you to the lowest, hottest spot in the Western Hemisphere
Death Valley is a place full of surprises; most expect a dusty sand bowl of harsh desert dunes. Not so. Death Valley is full of variety — yes, there are desert dunes, but also Sound-of-Music mountain passes, exotic salt crystal formations, crayon-colored canyons, and real-life oases. Our Death Valley tours show you all of this and more!
Some people ask — “What’s there to see in Death Valley?” Our response: We wish we had more than one day to show you!
You’ll see an incredible view of the Valley from Dante’s Peak, then go to the Valley itself. Enjoy the iconic Zabriskie Point that is on so many Death Valley postcards. See one of the most prominent mountains in the world — Telescope Peak, which rises over 11,000 feet (304m) over Badwater Basin below, which is -282 feet (-86m) below sea level. It’s actually bigger than Mt Everest!
We take you to Artists Palette, where you won’t believe the green, purple, white, and red rocks are natural and not painted for a movie set. We have lunch at Furnace Creek, where a small forest of trees thrive in this desert oasis. Then we move on to Mesquite Dunes — sand dunes that go for seven miles and contrast so starkly with the rocky surroundings. On the way out of the park we stop at Rhyolite, a former gold rush town of 5,000 people that once had banks, a stock exchange, and an opera house — now deserted for almost 100 years.
And don’t forget the history — abandoned mines, gold rush ghost towns, and strange characters drawn to this most extreme of places.
All this fun and mystery will be opened for you with one of our 5-star reviewed guides in our private vehicles. Don’t forget we have free WiFi and DVD movies for your convenience during the drives.
See all this in one day:
A beautiful viewpoint that is in all the postcards.
The lowest point in the Western Hemisphere at -282 feet.
A real oasis in the middle of Death Valley.
Devil's Golf Course
Salt crystals created crazy deformations in the ground that make a terrible lie for your second shot.
An multi-colored canyon custom made for painters and photographers. It was also the filming location for the droids scenes in the first Star Wars.
A gold rush ghost town from 1905 just outside of Death Valley.
A haunted hotel on the highway to Death Valley.
Tour Includes: $995 total price for the private tour for 1 to 6 passengers with pick-up in Las Vegas. Price includes entry to Death Valley National Park. Groups larger than 6 or other areas extra; please email us or call 800-549-8155 for a quote. Lunch not included in tour price.
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