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Death Valley Tours

With a wide range of geological formations to explore, including salt flats, sand dunes, mountains, and more, Death Valley is anything but dead. Explore the largest National Park in the lower 48 states as you travel to Ubehebe Crater, Badwater Basin, and a nearby Rhyolite ghost town—all from the comfort of an air-conditioned luxury van.

Why Visit Death Valley?

From the tallest peak of Zabriskie Point to Badwater Basin—the lowest and hottest spot in the western hemisphere, made up of almost pure table salt!— Death Valley is home to a number of stunning viewpoints, including the Devil's Golf Course, Ubehebe Crater, and the vibrant hills of the Artist's Palette. The National Park is also full of life, including several species that are unique to Death Valley.

Death Valley may sound menacing, but as the hottest and driest spot in North America, it's one of the most interesting spots in the Southwest. If you're looking for an off-the-Strip adventure, head to Death Valley to experience its extreme range, unique geology, and untamed wilderness for yourself. Guided tours depart daily from the Las Vegas Strip.

Death Valley is 130 miles, or two about hours away, from the Vegas Strip. It's proximity to Vegas makes Death Valley an easy day trip for families with children or those looking to escape the action of the Strip.

What You'll See at Death Valley

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Furnace Creek

Learn about the history of Death Valley at the Visitor Center and the Furnace Creek Ranch Museum.

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Badwater Basin

Made of almost pure table salt, it's the lowest spot in the Western hemisphere at 282ft below sea level.

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Ubehebe Crater

Created by a violent volcanic explosion, this giant crater measures half a mile wide and 400 ft deep.

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Devil's Golf Course

Eroded rock salt spires so jagged it's said that "only the devil could play golf on such rough links".

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Dante's View

A 5,475 foot high peak offering views of the Valley floor, Badwater Basin, and the Panamint Mountains.

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Rhyolite Ghost Town

An abandoned mining town marked by an art installation of ghostly figures at the edge of town.

Death Valley Travel Guides