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  • Death Valley Rhyolite Ghost Town cJessaVenegas

    See what’s left of the Rhyolite ghost town
  • Check out the natural mineral colors in the rocks at Artist's Palette

    Check out the natural mineral colors in the rocks at Artist’s Palette
  • See the salt flats of Badwater Basin (the lowest elevation in North America)

    See the salt flats of Badwater Basin (the lowest elevation in North America)
  • Take some stunning photographs at Zabriskie Point

    Take some stunning photographs at Zabriskie Point

Death Valley Tour

This tour may include:

  • Death Valley National Park
  • Rhyolite Ghost Town
  • Badwater Basin & Salt Flats
  • Furnace Creek Ranch Museum
  • Devil’s Golf Course
  • Zabriskie Point
 

Retail price: $219 adult/$209 child*

Web price: $209 adult/$199 child*

Internet savings: $10

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*Child rates are ages 0-11. Rates may vary seasonally; please see booking page for exact rates for your chosen tour date.

Death Valley National Park is a land of extremes. Extreme heat, extreme dryness, and the lowest point in the United States mark the superlative distinctions of Death Valley National Park. Our Death Valley Day Tour will take you to behold the desolate landscape of this amazing region in comfort. There is no place on Earth quite like Death Valley.

Highlights

  • Furnace Creek Museum
  • Badwater
  • Rhyolite Ghost Town
  • Additional Photo Stops
  • Picnic Lunch Included

Death Valley Day Tour

Tours: Sept-May: Mon-Thurs & Sat
June-Aug: Mon & Wed ONLY
Departs: 7 am pickup from most Las Vegas Strip hotels
Duration: 1 full day (11 hours)
Transport: Luxury 4×4’s, 12 or 14 Passenger VIP Mini Coaches
(depending on group size)
Activities: Photography, Wildlife & Nature
Includes: Complimentary pickup/dropoff from most Las Vegas hotels
Professional, knowledgeable guide
Death Valley Entrance Fee
Picnic lunch – choose ham, turkey, or vegetarian
Water
Snacks
Not included: Guide gratuity (optional)

PLEASE READ: Our terms/conditions and cancellation policy

Basic Itinerary

Standing at the entrance to Death Valley and our first exploration- photo stop on this amazing adventure is the old Ghost Town of Rhyolite, a long abandoned gold mining community and the set for many movies and documentaries. We then drive down a beautiful winding highway and enter the center of Death Valley from the east; this is like landing on Mars, you enter a foreign and strange world of endless desert, vast valleys, harshly sculpted peaks, garish colors, superbly adapted plants and animals – all are visible expressions of geologic time reckoned in millions of years.  The driest, hottest climate imaginable – this is Death Valley; an immense, wild land that man has never tamed.  Capture the view of the valley from Hell’s Gate, well above the valley floor and then we visit Badwater at 282 ft. below sea level. We also enjoy views and stops at Zabriskie’s Point, the Devil’s Golf Course, the Furnace Creek Museum, the Salt Lake, the Sand Dunes and Artists Pallet. The majestic mountains, colorful canyons, volcanic craters and salt pinnacles all make this trip a photographic-sightseers dream come true. 

NOTE: TOURS OPERATE YEAR-ROUND. For the truly adventurous, we not only offer this tour in spring, fall and winter but for the hardiest of adventurer’s, also throughout the summer months.

Note: Please note that due to conditions outside of our control (extreme heat, traffic) it is sometimes necessary to alter your itinerary to best suit the needs of the group. While we will do our best to provide you with as many of the the highlights within this itinerary (conditions permitting) as we can, we cannot guarantee a definite itinerary.
We reserve the right to modify or cancel tours due to lack of participation, vehicle breakdown, or weather or road conditions.

Items to Bring:

  • Camera & charger
  • Small bag that can fit in your lap only
  • Spending money for incidentals
  • Sneakers or hiking boots
  • Wear layers (it can be both very cold and very hot on this trip)!
  • Sun protection (sunscreen, hat)

Educational and FUN (Death Valley Tour)

Educational and FUN


I would like to acknowledge the tour guide for making the tour educational as well as FUN. He was very friendly and was always available to assist us.


- Edwin
Traveled May 2013
Death Valley Day Tour

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2014-01-08T01:50:37+00:00
Educational and FUN I would like to acknowledge the tour guide for making the tour educational as well as FUN. He was very friendly and was always available to assist
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