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Full Day Death Valley Experience in Nevada

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This Experience is one of many in this gift box!
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Why we included this experience:

  • Visit one of the world’s most unique landscapes
  • Tour in air-conditioned comfort
  • Simply stunning viewing points

Experience description

Death Valley is one of the hottest, most desolate environments on the planet, and one of unimaginable beauty. This fascinating Las Vegas gift experience takes you out of the gaudy Strip to explore spectacular natural scenery, with an informative tour guide to bring it to life. Visit the place where the highest-ever temperature was recorded. Pose for a photo as if you’re just waiting for the vultures to land on you. Marvel at the views from Artist’s Palette, Dante’s View and Zabriskie Point. Wonder at “the Devil’s Golf Course”. Learn the history of this vast desert expanse.

You’ll drive through Badwater Basin, a protected area of salt flats, and the Artist Drive formation, created by volcanic activity, and a burst of dramatic colour in the scenery. The tour pauses at Furnace Creek, like an oasis in the desert, where you can rest in shaded areas, have a cool drink and explore the Borax museum to learn how table salt is produced in the valley. You can also have your photo taken at the sign registering 56.7 °C (134 °F), the highest temperature ever recorded, here at Furnace Creek in 1913.


  • Visit the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere
  • Explore the hottest place on earth
  • Sensational photo opportunities

What's Included:

  • Return transportation from Las Vegas Strip hotels
  • Packed lunch
  • Transport in air-conditioned SUV or minibus
  • Expert tour guide

Good to know:

  • Operates Sundays and Fridays year-round
  • Departs 8am, returns approx. 6pm
  • Please advise organisers beforehand of any dietary requirements

Experience details

For 1 person
All year
Land & Nature
Catch your breath


Death Valley