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Death Valley Day Trip from Las Vegas

Death Valley Day Trip from Las Vegas - Beatty, United States
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Duration: 11 hours
Location: Beatty, United States

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$214.99

Escape to the desert on a day trip to Death Valley during your Las Vegas vacation. You'll travel through the magnificent Mojave Desert, tour Ubehebe Crater, visit the atmospheric Furnace Creek Ranch Museum and Rhyolite Ghost Town.

Your Death Valley adventure begins with a complimentary continental breakfast in Beatty, Nevada, your first stop in the Mojave Desert ... More info ›

Escape to the desert on a day trip to Death Valley during your Las Vegas vacation. You'll travel through the magnificent Mojave Desert, tour Ubehebe Crater, visit the atmospheric Furnace Creek Ranch Museum and Rhyolite Ghost Town.

Your Death Valley adventure begins with a complimentary continental breakfast in Beatty, Nevada, your first stop in the Mojave Desert.
See the impressive salt pan of Devil's Golf Course and the beautiful badlands landscape at Zabriskie Point. After enjoying some boxed lunch, continue to Ubehebe Crater. The crater is all that remains from a volcanic eruption so powerful that it destroyed the volcano itself. Then it's on to Furnace Creek Ranch Museum, where you can learn about the history of Death Valley.
Stop next at Badwater, the lowest spot in North America, at 282 feet (85 meters) below sea level, with a permanent spring-fed pool where you actually can walk on the salt flats. Your final stop on the tour is at Rhyolite Ghost Town, before concluding at your original departure point.

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