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Death Valley from Las Vegas

Discover one of the most unique landscapes on Earth on a guided full day tour to Death Valley National Park

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Death Valley from Las Vegas tour information

location_onLas Vegas
timer 1 day
chat English, French, Italian, German and Spanish *
* Live commentary is provided in English. A free downloadable App will be available with full tour commentary in French, German, Spanish and Italian

Starts

From your Hotel in Las Vegas at 8:00 a.m.

Ends

To your Hotel in Las Vegas at 6:00 p.m.

Included

  • Packed lunch: beef; turkey or vegetarian
  • Death Valley National Park entry
  • Transportation in Mini Bus
  • Expert tour guide
  • Pickup and drop-off from Las Vegas hotels within 3 miles/ 5km of the Strip

Not included

  • Tour Guide Gratuities

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Death Valley from Las Vegas tour departs only on SUNDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS.

All travelers must be 18 years of age or older, or be 7 years of age or older and travel accompanied by an adult.

The order of the visits could be altered, but it will not affect the content of the program. The schedules of the tickets and transports could be subject to modifications.
SAFE ADVENTURE – Covid 19
This activity includes the appropriate protection measures to ensure your safety. In addition, our excursions are outdoor and in small groups to reduce the risk of contagion. Remember to follow the instructions of the staff during the development of the excursion.

restoreCancellation policy


Free cancellation! You can cancel this tour and you'll receive 100% refund of the amount paid if you cancel more than 48 hours in advance. After this time, or in case you do not show up, no refunds will be given.
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Let you be amazed at the sheer size and astounding natural features in a desolate national treasure: Come and explore Death Valley from Las Vegas.

Visit Death Valley National Park on the easiest and safest way with this single day trip from Las Vegas, pickup and drop-off from your hotel included! A full day tour that will take you straight to the heart of Death Valley National Park.

While on the Death Valley tour from Las Vegas you will take pictures at Dante's View and Zabriskie Point, enjoy a scenic drive through the Artist's Pallet and, of course, make the mandatory stop: Bad Water Basin. 280 feet (85 meters) below sea level, the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere!

Walk through one of the hottest places on Earth with all the comforts: air-conditioned vans and professional guides accompanying you at all moments. Furnace Creek visitor center, the Devil's Golf Course, the Mojave Desert, and much more awaits you on this day! ➔ Read on for the full itinerary:

Tour itinerary

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Las Vegas to Death Valley The Death Valley tour from Las Vegas will start from your hotel in Las Vegas. The minibus will pick you up at 8:00 a.m. where you will be greeted and checked in by your tour-guide. The drive to Death Valley National Park begins! The drive will be filled with commentary about what you can expect to experience in Death Valley, as well as some local history and information. We've arrived! As soon as you arrive in Death Valley, it will be time to take a unique photo on your trip to Las Vegas: “I am dead in Death Valley” op at the welcome sign. Will yours be the most original?
private mini bus death valley tour from las vegas
Dante’s view and Zabriskie Point The first stops on the Death Valley tour from Las Vegas: Dante’s View and Zabriskie point. Explore each location and experience the breathtaking views and unusual landscape. Zabriskie Point is part of the Amargosa Range, and is unique due to its erosional landscape. Dante’s View is a terrace viewpoint that sits 5,476 feet (1669 meters) above the desert floor. It is located on the north side of Coffin Peak, and overlooks the floor of Death Valley. You won't know where to look!
dante s view and zabriskie point at death valley california
Death Valley Artist’s Palatte Artist’s Palatte of Death Valley National Park is sensational due to the many colors of rock. The colors are due to the oxidation of different metals, red yellow and pink being from iron salts and green from decomposing mica. You will find even purple elements!
death valley artists palatte landscapes colors due to the oxidation
Badwater Basin Salt Flat Death Valley tour from Las Vegas will continue to the next stop: Badwater Basin. The area that contains the lowest elevation point in North America at 282 feet (85 meters) below sea level. Take out the camera (if you had saved it) and snap a photo of the mountain behind you that shows the actual point of sea level. We already have another unique photo for your instagram in California.
wood viewpoint at badwater basin salt flat
Lunch - Furnace Creek Visitor Center In the middle of the day, it will be time to get your strength back and enjoy our lunch and refreshments. And what better place to do it than at the Creek Visitor Center. The Furnace Creek Visitor Center is an oasis in the desert, with many cool areas to relax and take in the sites. What a treat! Take a picture in front of the sign which contains the world-record temperature: 134 °F/ 57 ºC. Don't worry, during our Death Valley tour from Las Vegas the thermometer won't reach that temperature.
furnace creek visitor center death valley national park
Devil’s Golf Course After this refreshing break, we will continue our journey to one of our last stops: the “Devil’s Golf Course”. A brief off-road trip will bring us to an area that provides some of the most unique photographs in the world: salt formations take on the appearance of snow on the desert floor. Venture out into the salt-flat, and notice that the formations are very solid and hard, even though they are delicate in appearance!
devil s golf course at death valley california tour from las vegas
Return to Las Vegas From this point, our adventure tour of Death Valley returns to Las Vegas. You will arrive in Las Vegas around 6:00 p.m. after an intense day in one of the most anodyne places on earth. But don't forget, your journey in Las Vegas continues, and you will arrive in time to enjoy Las Vegas nightlife!
las vegas nigh landscape

What to bring to Death Valley from Las Vegas

The Death Valley tour from Las Vegas is the most comfortable and safest way to visit California's Death Valley National Park. It is important to note that temperatures in this area are high and we will be spending many hours on board the mini bus. Therefore, we recommend that you take it with you:
  • Small backpack
  • Water
  • Camera
  • Comfortable clothing
  • Cap
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun Protection
  • Comfortable and closed footwear

Questions & Answers

What size groups are on the Death Valley California tour?
The Death Valley from Las Vegas tour is available only in small groups with a maximum of 14 travelers.

Can I do the Death Valley from Las Vegas tour in private?
Of course you can! The Death Valley California tour can be done in private from a minimum of 4 travelers. If you are 4 or more travelers and want to enjoy this tour in private, please contact us and we will tell you how to make the reservation: hello@howlanders.com

Can I do the California Death Valley tour on a day other than Wednesday, Friday or Sunday?
The Death Valley from Las Vegas group tour departs only on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. If you want to do it another day of the week you will have to select the private tour option (minimum 4 travelers). Please contact us for more information: hello@howlanders.com

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