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clock-o11 hours (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English

Overview

Explore Death Valley on this full-day trip from Las Vegas. With a guide, travel through the scenic Mojave Desert. Visit the Ubehebe Crater, the remnants of a long-ago imploded volcano. Learn about the history of Death Valley at the Furnace Creek Ranch, then travel to Badwater and the Rhyolite Ghost Town. Breakfast, boxed lunch, and round-trip transportation from select Las Vegas hotels are included.
  • Day trip from Las Vegas to Death Valley
  • Death Valley tours from Las Vegas stops at Ubehebe Crater, Furnace Creek Ranch Museum, Badwater, and Rhyolite Ghost Town
  • Commentary from your driver/guide
  • Pickup and drop-off from most Las Vegas hotels

Why Travellers Choose This Tour

This all-inclusive day trip features craters, ghost towns, and rare views from Dante’s lookout.
Begin your day trip at your select Las Vegas hotel, where you'll meet your guide and hop aboard your coach. Head first to Beatty, Nevada, located in the Mojave Desert, for breakfast.
Travel into Death Valley National Park, stopping at Dante's View, a 5,475-foot (1,669-meter) mountain top panorama, and Badwater, the lowest spot in North America, at 282 feet (85 meters) below sea level. Check out the permanent spring-fed pool where you can actually walk on the salt flats.
Enjoy a provided boxed lunch before continuing to the Ubehebe Crater, a type of maar volcano created by steam and gas explosions when hot magma comes into contact with groundwater. Then it's on to Furnace Creek Ranch Museum, where you can learn about the history of Death Valley.
You'll also stop at the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes to marvel at the stark, graceful curves of the sand, as well as Devil's Cornfield and Rhyolite Ghost Town.
After a full day of exploration, your day trip will conclude at your original departure point.
Please note that routes are subject to change based on each tour guide.

Itinerary

Please note: Due to high temperatures, this tour does not operate from June to August.

Reviews

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, Jan 2019

I thought Death Valley was one big empty desert but our tour guide Jack showed us the varied terrain. We only missed the National Park Visitor's Center because of the stupid Trump Shutdown of the government. The overflowing trash and nasty bathrooms are not the fault of the touring company. At least there were no fatalities in this park. Wow what amazing formations. The salt formations were amazing and the wild ride over the dirt roads in the hills was exciting. Be sure to book this if you have never visited Death Valley. We would have never found the out of the way places he took us to.

C
, Nov 2018

Ralph was a fabulous guide - he knew so much about the landscape, interesting stories related to the sites and even an overview of the region and history of Las Vegas.

k
, Nov 2018

Excellent trip, Jack was good fun, very informative and took us on rough track roads as we were in a small mini bus, nothing was too much trouble for him, he interacted with all the passengers.

A
, Aug 2018

Loved this trip. Amazing tour, got to see a lot, comfy bus ride. I slept the whole time. Lunch was very simple ham sandwich with no veggies but you could buy other food where they took us! Plenty of water available. Bring an external battery charger so you can take all the photos.

N
, May 2018

The pick up was on time, a great start to any trip. Jack was informative right from the start keeping us up to date. His choice of fill in music was good as well.

b
, Apr 2018

An early start for this one but with a small group 13 people in this case. Breakfast, lunch and unlimited water being provided. Rest stops and viewing stops were plentiful. Ralph our driver was a star his commentary was fabulous explaining everyones questions...a true font of knowledge. First stop was at the Haunted hotel just before Death Valley which was interesting as was the Badlands and Zabriski point. Fantastic landscape there and colours. Then onto the Valley. First stop being the sea level marker then down we went. The Devils Golf Course being the first real stop there...wow. On to the Salt flats at Badwater Basin once again a great stop. Next was Artists Pallette before our lunch stop at the golf course. The visitors centre had a shopping opportunity for our daughter. More stops on the way back included a ghost town and the sand dunes. A final stop being a gas station on the way back the Area 51 Alien Centre. If your not doing that trip get your goodies here. All in all the best trip of our tour thanks to Ralph and the frequent stops...great if you have kids no are we nearly there yet comments. Five stars!

M
, Apr 2018

I really enjoyed the Death Valley tour with Jack our guide and Mike our driver. Death Valley is such a unique area and I was mesmerised by its other-worldly scenery. I would recommend the Death Valley tour. The only down side was the lunch which needed some salad.

m
, Mar 2018

Wow! This was the best trip. Our guide Ralph kept us entertained with so much local history and is obviously well read in many areas -- geology, geography, history. Our driver Joshua was friendly too and did a great job getting us to and from our destination. Although this was a long day, we didn't even notice. Death Valley is amazing. Since you really should go, I won't add any spoilers about this fantastic day trip!

M
, Mar 2018

Excellent day excursion from Las Vegas. We comfortably explored much of Death Valley with Ted, our tour guide. A special surprise was our visit to Rainbow Canyon, also known to pilots at Star Wars Canyon, where we were able to see at least five jets practice their runs through the canyon. It was so exciting to see and hear them fly by us. Our box breakfast and lunch was great and appreciated. We highly recommend this trip to learn about the largest national park in the U.S. below Alaska.

D
, Mar 2018

This tour was amazing!


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