Death Valley National Park Tours:
Known for its extreme high temperatures in the summer months Death Valley is also one of the Largest National Park in the United States. With less than 2 inches or 5 centimeters of rain per year and a high temperature record of 134 degrees combined with an elevation 282 feet below sea level the extremes attract nearly a million visitors every year. The views are stunning and the nature fascinating thetourexchange.com/las-vegas has teamed up with the best tour operators in the industry to help you explore this amazing environment.
Here are just some of the stunning views vista’s and points of interest at Death Valley National Park
Badwater Basin – At 282 feet below sea level Badwater basin is the lowest point in North America. Over 200 square miles of salt flats backs by a stunning mountain range.
Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes – The largest dune field in the park including crescent, linerar and star shaped dunes a haven for wildlife of all kinds.
Zabriskie Point – With wildly jagged rock formations you will think you are on another planet!!
Furnace Creek Visitors Center – Explore museum exhibits and learn about the wildlife of Death Valley National Park.
So whether you take a guided tour or explore on your own Death Valley National Park is a must see!!!