Death Valley VIP Tour
Don’t let the name fool you because Death Valley is anything but lifeless. With so many amazing things to explore, the Death Valley VIP Tour is the best way to experience as much of this stunning natural wonder as possible in a single day. At 7 a.m. sharp, you’ll be whisked away in one of their luxury vehicles to your first destination, the abandoned Rhyolite Ghost Town. Remnants of this early 1900s gold mining community include the mostly intact railroad depot, the skeletal remains of the Cook Bank building, and the front facade of the Porter Brothers store. You’ll then journey further into the desert, where plenty of perfectly adapted plants and animals thrive in harsh conditions like desert cottontails, bighorn sheep, and fringe-toed lizards. Your many geologically gorgeous stops include the panoramic views of the valley from Hell’s Gate, the breathtaking white salt flats of Badwater Basin, Zabriskie’s Point, and the uneven grounds of the Devil’s Golf Course. So you don’t get hungry on your Death Valley Excursion, you’ll get a deli lunch and plenty of water and snacks to keep your energy up for the day. Other photo-worthy destinations include the sloping Sand Dunes and the brightly colored hills of Artist Pallet that dazzle in hues of red, orange, pink, blue, and green that are created by volcanic deposits like iron oxides and chlorite. The Death Valley VIP tour is offered year-round and includes expert guides to teach you about the beautiful landscape and show you the best spots for photos.