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  • Death Valley NP Full-Day Small Groups Tour from Las Vegas

    1. Death Valley NP Full-Day Small Groups Tour from Las Vegas

    Spend the day touring one of the most extreme desert environments at Death Valley National Park on a full-day tour that lets you escape the hectic streets of Las Vegas. Tour in a small group for a more intimate and personal experience and see one of the most unique landscapes on earth. You will witness the spectacular highlights of Death Valley, located east of the Sierra Nevada. Home to a diverse range of flora and fauna that have adapted to the harsh terrain, it offers superb photo opportunities of rocks that are over a billion years old and have been carved and teased into extraordinary formations by the weather of millennia. Gasp in awe at the sheer size, and see the astounding natural features of a desolate national treasure. You will visit the famous Zabriskie point, taking a stunning scenic drive through Artist’s Pallet. Stop at Bad Water, located 280 feet below sea level and t...

    While in Las Vegas we did a few tours. This was by far the BEST tour we have ever taken! Our guide Joe was exceptional. We loved having a private tour and being able to do so much in a short time. Our guide was so knowledgeable and went above and beyond to accommodate us and our teenage kids. After doing this private tour we will spend more but seek out these kinds of experiences. It was so amazing. I highly recommend it and if you can request Joe you won’t be disappointed!!

  • From Las Vegas: Death Valley Trekker Tour

    2. From Las Vegas: Death Valley Trekker Tour

    SPECTACULAR HIGHLIGHTS, MEMORIES OF A LIFETIME! Death Valley comes to life when our tour shows you the most spectacular highlights of the largest national park in the contiguous United States. In the park, you'll be amazed by an abundance of astounding natural features, and the awesome history that abounds in this extremely desolate and unique National Treasure. The journey continues with stops at Badwater, Zabriskie Point, and more. From seasonal snow-capped peaks, to the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere, the incredible memories you take home from this tour will last a lifetime. Transportation: Luxurious yet rugged, The Tour Trekker is the first-of-its-kind, high-end, all-terrain vehicle, designed and licensed to be custom-built to be THE ultimate tour vehicle. The Tour Trekker seat...

    The Area 51 stop was a joke. The other people and myself thought that we would get to see the actual Area 51 not just a tourist stop. The Ghost Town was disappointing as well. The group was let out at the entrance where an artist had sculpted some ghosts and we did not get to walk around the actual remaining buildings of the town. These first two stops were a big let down. However seeing the actual geographic spots of Death Valley were very good even with our guide having limited knowledge. We had ample time to take pictures and the guide was good at taking pictures of us. Death Valley was an amazing place. The pink jeep was a very comfortable ride but we were sitting high enough and with a screen in the front we could not see out the front of the vehicle only the side window.

  • Death Valley: Full–Day Tour from Las Vegas

    3. Death Valley: Full–Day Tour from Las Vegas

    Stand at the entrance to Death Valley for your first exploration and photo stop on this amazing adventure. Look down on the old ghost town of Rhyolite, a long-abandoned gold mining community and the set for many movies and documentaries. Drive down a beautiful winding highway, and enter the center of Death Valley from the east, a strange world of endless desert, vast valleys, harshly sculpted peaks, garish colors, superbly adapted plants and animals, all visible expressions of geologic time reckoned in millions of years. Capture the view of the valley from Hell's Gate, well above the valley floor. Visit Badwater, 282 feet below sea level. Enjoy views and stops at Zabriskie's Point, the Devil's Golf Course, the Furnace Creek Museum, the Salt Lake, the Sand Dunes and Artists Pallet. The majestic mountains, colorful canyons, volcanic craters and salt pinnacles all make this trip a photogr...

    trip was very nice. much more than expected. guide was very knowlegable friendly and professional. told lot of stories and kept us entertained. fellow passenger was also great !

  • From Las Vegas: Death Valley Tour in German

    4. From Las Vegas: Death Valley Tour in German

    Leave Las Vegas for a 2-hour desert drive to the amazing Death Valley. Visit the ghost town of Rhyolite and find out more about this gold mining town, which lasted only 12 years yet attracted more than 10,000 people to move there.  Discover the 'Great Sand Dunes' in Death Valley. Take a short walk directly to the sand dunes, which are very reminiscent of the Sahara desert. Stop at Furnace Creek for a picnic lunch in the shade of ancient palm trees and explore the complex and the buildings at your own pace. The tour continues through the valley, with amazing scenic surroundings that invite you to take lots of pictures. Finally, you'll arrive at the lowest point of the North American continent: Badwater, a saltwater spring 85.5 meters below sea level. Enjoy one last unforgettable view into the valley from Zabriskie Point, where you start your relaxing return journey to L...

  • Death Valley: Guided Day & Night Tour with Milky Way Viewing

    5. Death Valley: Guided Day & Night Tour with Milky Way Viewing

    See all that the Death Valley National Park has to offer on this guided day and night tour. Visit major landmarks and see the lowest point of the North American continent. Watch the sunset followed by memorable views of the stars, moon, and Milky Way. Arrive at the meeting point to start your adventure. If located at an accommodation in the Las Vegas area, enjoy a pickup and drop-off service. During the day, visit the park’s main landmarks including Zabriskie Point, Furnace Creek, and Badwater Basin, the lowest point of the North American continent. Then, witness a picturesque sunset followed by views of the darkest sky in the United States. Gaze at the expanse of numerous stars and the Milky Way. See the details of the moon and, if you’re lucky, trace a meteor shower.

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What people are saying about Zabriskie Point

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 149 reviews

While in Las Vegas we did a few tours. This was by far the BEST tour we have ever taken! Our guide Joe was exceptional. We loved having a private tour and being able to do so much in a short time. Our guide was so knowledgeable and went above and beyond to accommodate us and our teenage kids. After doing this private tour we will spend more but seek out these kinds of experiences. It was so amazing. I highly recommend it and if you can request Joe you won’t be disappointed!!

Our tour operator Chris was simply wonderful. It was a small tour which helped us get to different locations quickly. Chris provided us with amazing history behind each spots we visited and in general about Las Vegas. I would highly recommend this trip to anyone visiting Las Vegas. I loved Death Valley National Park more than the West Rim. It was indeed a highly educational and informative trip which made it totally worth the buck

For everyone who is still wondering which tour to take: You are doing everything right here! Super nice, a lot of content told with humor, also very interesting beyond the Valley. Good to understand, clear English. Wonderful!

Excellent day trip! Weather was perfect and our guide (Stephen) was very knowledgeable, friendly, and accomidating. I have to recommend Stephen to anyone taking this day trip. Best guide ever!

Our guide Chris was excellent. He told us lots of history about the area from the time we left Las Vegas till we got back.