There is no other place on earth that looks or feels like Death Valley. Best visit in the winter, but A/C in your car, and you can will do in the summer as well. A one day trip from Las Vegas, will make you return...More
Explore Death Valley National Park, the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere, on this full-day excursion from Las Vegas. Enjoy convenient round-trip transportation from your Las Vegas hotel to the park, and travel between Furnace Creek, Artist’s Palette, Badwater Basin, and Zabriskie Point with ease. Plus, a small group ensures personalized attention from your guide.
Your tour begins with pickup at your Las Vegas hotel. Meet your guide, board an air-conditioned minibus and relax on the 2.5-hour drive to Death Valley National Park.
The first stop of the day is Zabriskie Point, home to a maze of eroded, vibrantly colored badlands that the area is famous for. Explore the area before boarding the minibus for the next stop.
Take the scenic route to Badwater Basin, the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere, sitting 282 feet (85 meters) below sea level. Visit the protected salt flats that are too harsh for most plants and animals to survive.
Next, drive up to Dante’s Peak, a mountaintop overlook more than 5,000 feet (1,524 meters) above the valley. Spend time enjoying the views before stopping for lunch (included).
The final stop of the day is the Furnace Creek Visitor Center. Browse the books and collect a Death Valley stamp in your National Park passport before heading back to Las Vegas for drop off at your hotel.
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Death Valley is a unique place to visit and using Bindlestiff is a great way to do so * Death Valley is quite far away so most of the day will be spent in the minibus. A 15 seater minibus is used and this trip...More
Thank you so much for your review- glad you had such a wonderful day out to Death Valley!
My husband and I did this small group day tour through Death Valley, last week and it was a great experience. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable about the area, which always impresses me when we go on any kind of tour. They always seem...More
I have always wanted to visit Death Valley. March proved to be the best month. The terrain is diverse and interesting. We visited a number of interesting locations. Our guide shared the social history and geologic history of this unique region