Death Valley is unlike anywhere you will ever visit. We know what you're thinking: there's nothing out there. And technically, that's a valid concern. There really isn't anything out there, unless you're with someone who knows exactly what to look for.
The hottest and driest place in North America (and also the lowest); it really feels like you're on another planet. That's exactly the reason many of the scenes from "Star Wars" were filmed there.
Because of its size and terrain, taking the Death Valley Hummer Tour is the perfect way to explore it. About 10 hours in duration, you'll spend a good part of the day in the national park -- cruising along dirt roads and through the desert (expect some light off-roading) to strange and picture-worthy landscapes.
Your stops will include the Furnace Creek Visitor Center and Death Valley Museum, Zabriskie Point and the Harmony Borax Works mine. You'll also go off the beaten path to check out the Twenty Mule Team Canyon, Artist's Palette, Badwater Basin and the Devil’s golf course. Google them -- they're all incredible for a million different reasons you’ll want to see for yourself.
The great thing about going with the Death Valley Hummer Tour is that they know just how much trouble you can get into, and will stop you from doing something stupid in case you leave your common sense behind in the Hummer.
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