Welcome to Death Valley - the driest, hottest, strangest place in the West. This tour will have you filling up your camera’s digital memory card with photo after photo of unique landscapes that seem more appropriate to Mars than earth.
Experience an immense, wild land of endless desert, vast valleys, harshly sculpted peaks, garish colors, superbly adapted plants and animals.
You can expect that and more from the Death Valley VIP Tour. You’ll wander through the decaying remains of Rhyolite, an abandoned gold mining town riddled by a century of boom and bust.
Photography buffs take note: your next stops will be more thrilling than stashing your dad’s old nudie mags under your mattress. Hell’s Gate, the salt flats at Badwater Basin, and the Zabriskie Point overlook will remind you why you would never want to explore these badlands on your own.
The landscape is what most sane folks would consider uninhabitable, with jutting peaks, rugged canyons and sand dunes that would give the Arabian Desert a run for its money. While the terrain would be daunting to early explorers, it provides unparalleled vistas for photographers. Be prepared to snap hundreds of frame-worthy shots.
The Devil’s Golf course is up next and got its name from an old National Park guidebook that promised “only the devil could play golf” on its rough crystallized surface. No trip would be complete without a stopover at the Furnace Creek Museum, the infamous Salt Lake and the striking iridescent hues saturating the Artist’s Palette.
Sit back and relax as you travel to and from the hottest place in the country in a comfy air-conditioned coach.
To ensure the most comfortable experience for the customer, this tour uses the following vehicles: SUVs for seven passengers, custom 11-passenger "T" Class Super Vans or 14-passenger VIP Mini Coaches.
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