Death Valley Tours
Enjoy a lavish nine-hour tour from the time you leave your hotel until the time you return back where you started when you embark on the Exploring Las Vegas' tour of Death Valley. As you travel to and from this magnificent area, you will see the largest National state park in the entire United States, along with a real ghost town. This all day tour will allow you to see the best of Las Vegas once you leave the strip.
As you head to Death Valley, you will have a chance to pass through and view numerous other points of interest. The three main points of interest before you reach Death Valley will include Mercury (the old site for atomic weapons testing), Rhyolite (a town which thrived in the Gold Rush days and is now a ghost town), and The Goldwell Open Air Museum (a showcase for seven huge outdoor sculptures).
After you have had a chance to view these things as you pass through their respective towns you will end up in Death Valley. You will make stops in numerous areas in order to ensure you receive the full Death Valley treatment.
These are just a few of the areas where you will stop. You will be able to explore the area and take pictures of the beautiful desert life that surrounds you. The natural surroundings and history that abounds in this area make it a wonderful family activity, but it is also suitable for singles or couples without children, too.
Tour operates daily and total duration is 9 to 10 hours, 7:45am hotel pick up and you can book upto 8 tickets in advance. Death Valley is the hottest spot to be in Summer so if you booked the tour in summer make sure to bring sun block lotion and hat. You will stop in the following spots while visiting Death Valley: Badwater, Devil's Golf Course, Furnace Creek, Zabriskie Point