- Small-group Death Valley day trip from Las Vegas
- Enjoy amazing photo opportunities at Zabriskie point and Artist’s Palette
- Stop at Furnace Creek, the land of the Timbisha Native Americans
- Journey to Dantes View, the highest point in the park!
- Walk out onto the 200 square mile salt flats of Badwater Basin, the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere!
- Complimentary hotel pickup and drop-off, boxed lunch and plenty of bottled water included
- Small-group tour ensures a more personalized experience
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
This is our only year-round tour to Death Valley. The small vehicles allow for off-road excursions to locations large coaches can't reach, like Devil's Golf Course and 20 Mule Team Canyon. You'll get lots of photo ops -- and bottled water!
Recent Photos of This Tour
- Salt FlatsPhoto by: Kenton L. F
- Death Valley signPhoto by: Kenton L. F
- The Germans!Photo by: Madeleine
- Death Valley in the Summer….a ...Photo by: Paulina B
- Hot Hot Death ValleyPhoto by: Sandra D
- Zabriskie PointPhoto by: Ron M
- Devils Golf CoursePhoto by: Ron M
- Furnace Creek at Death ValleyPhoto by: Ron M
- Badwater BasinPhoto by: Kelly M
- Furnace CreekPhoto by: Kelly M
- Dante's ViewPhoto by: Kelly M
- Death Valley von oben....Photo by: Andreas P
- Where we made pit stopsPhoto by: Kenton L. F
- Death ValleyPhoto by: Kenton L. F
- Devil's Golf CoursePhoto by: Kenton L. F
- more photosPhoto by: Madeleine
- Bad Water basin Salt flatsPhoto by: Madeleine
- Bad Water BasinPhoto by: Madeleine
- Love the DesertPhoto by: Madeleine
- more photosPhoto by: Madeleine
What You Can Expect
After an approximate 2.5-hour drive from Las Vegas by comfortable, air-conditioned van, arrive at the heart of Death Valley National Park in the Mojave Desert. Enjoy breathtaking photos opportunities at Zabriskie Point, located just east of Death Valley, known for its erosional landscape. Admire cascading hills and valleys on a scenic drive through stunning Artist’s Palette, a rock formation illuminated in vibrant colors, before stopping at the salt flats of Badwater Basin. At 280 feet (85 meters) below sea level, this is the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere!
Next, head to the Furnace Creek visitor center. Furnace Creek is the ancestral land of the Timbisha Native American tribe, and is also one of the hottest places in North America. Temperatures are known to reach as high as 135°F (57 °C)! Here, browse the Death Valley gift shop before traveling back through the Mojave Desert in time for some your Las Vegas nighttime activities.
Pity a road was closed due to flooding but still excellent.
Great tour and Marie is a highly knowledgeable guide! Great experience!
An excellent tour.
Amazing tour, great guide, beautiful country.!!!
This tour is a must see. Absolutely amazing stunning. Still blown away by the beauty of Death Valley. Our tour guide kris was so passionate and knowledgeable. He made the tour stunningly exciting. Xxx
This was an outstanding trip. Jen our tour guide kept us all entertained with stories all day. The scenery on this tour is awesome and i highly recommend this trip.
Excellent tour, with expert tour guide.
It was an amazing experience.
The tour guide was absolutely perfect in all aspects.
Peter was a terrific tour guide. He clearly enjoyed leaning new information and sharing his knowledge with visitors. He was extremely patient in letting the 4 of us explore drop-off sites at our own pace. Thanks to Peter, I have a new appreciation for red, green, and yellow rock strata, gigantic salty underground aquifers, and geologic time.
Great day. Our tour guide Jen was excellent. Very informative with some humour thrown in. I highly recommend this trip.