This fun and educational tour of Death Valley National Park is a full-day (8 hour) experience with transportation, lunch, bottled water, and literature provided.
The agenda is:
- 8 a.m. departure to Zabriskie Point
- Harmony Borax Mine
- Death Valley Visitor Center for shopping, films, and education
- Lunch at historic Furnace Creek Ranch
- Badwater Basin
- Devil’s Golf Course
- Artists’ Palette
- Dante’s View
Death Valley National Park is a 3 million acre park. The tour is designed to cover some of its many geologic wonders. We are able to arrange private tours to see additional must-see points of interest including Titus Canyon, Ubehebe Crater, the Charcoal Kilns, the “Racetrack,” Panamint Dunes, and even a hike to the top of Telescope Peak (certain restrictions apply to hike to the peak).
Please call or email to set up a tour! Thank you!
702-506-2325 or email@example.com
“91% of Death Valley National Park is designated wilderness, preserving opportunities to experience solitude, natural quiet, dark night skies, and wild nature. With solitude comes isolation. You MUST be self-reliant for your own safety. You can get to the vast wilderness along hundreds of miles of unpaved roads, but your vehicle must stay on the road.”
-Death Valley National Park Service