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Time10 hours (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
TicketMobile ticket
Offered in: English

Overview

Discover the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere while visiting Death Valley National Park, the largest National Park in the US, on this full-day excursion from Las Vegas. Travel on board a custom-built Tour Trekker vehicle to one of the most desolate places on earth. Learn about Death Valley’s history, landscape and wildlife, plus the urban legends of ghost towns and long-abandoned gold mines along the way. Also, see other desert highlights like Furnace Creek, Badwater Basin, Zabriskie Point and more. Lunch, bottled water and a hotel pickup/drop-off are included.
  • Death Valley Explorer Tour by Tour Trekker
  • Stops at Furnace Creek, Devil's Golf Course, Badwater, Zabriskie Point, and more
  • Astounding natural features

Why Travelers Choose This Tour

The Tour Trekker all-terrain vehicle allows your guide to access parts of Death Valley a coach cannot, so you get to experience more of the park while still traveling in comfort.
This Death Valley Jeep tour begins with a hotel pickup in Las Vegas.

First, make a brief stop at the Furnace Creek Visitor Center to gather some maps for the journey. Browse some of the books for sale and collect a Death Valley stamp for a National Park passport, if desired.

From there, drive to the Badwater Basin, the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere at 282 feet below sea level. This surreal landscape at Death Valley features one of the largest protected salt flats in the world — too harsh for most plants and animals to survive in. Then travel down Badwater Road to the Devil’s Golf Course, a large salt pan on the floor of Death Valley, located in the Mojave Desert within Death Valley National Park. The rain and wind continually erode this region, shape-shifting the ground into different-looking terrain with the weather.

Finally, experience the most breathtaking view in Death Valley: Dante’s Peak, a mountaintop overlook more than 5,000 feet above the desolation of Death Valley. Pull out the smartphone or camera to capture the breathtaking panoramic views. Interestingly, on a clear day, Mount Whitney, the highest point in the United States, and Badwater Basin, the lowest point in the US, can be seen from here.

Along the way, learn about Death Valley’s history, landscape and wildlife, plus the urban legends of ghost towns and long-abandoned gold mines along the way.

Lunch is included, so please make a sandwich selection in the Special Requirements field at the time of booking. Choose from turkey, Italian, ham, deluxe turkey (with cranberry and stuffing) or veggie.

Notice: This tour is seasonal and only operates from September to May.

Reviews

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, Oct 2018

Driver arrived 30 min late.Was not able to answer any questions regarding area. Did not stop at all locations listed. Guide was nothing more than a Driver.

M
, Jan 2018

had a lovely time with meeting new people from around the globe, and seeing those amazing scenery too

b
, Nov 2017

It was a long day trip but very enjoyable. Our guide, Bob, was very knowledgeable and did a great job keeping you informed. You ride in a comfortable van where you have many stops along the way to see different sites, for bathroom breaksthere are many, and to take pictures. A boxed lunch is provided sandwich, chips, cookie, vegetables/cheese squares and they had a cooler filled with bottled water. I wore jeans, sneakers, t-shirt, hat, sunglasses and brought a light jacket that I ended up not needing. We went in November so that attire worked but if I was to go during the summer I would have worn shorts. It is family friendly. We had a very nice day and were glad we went. I have done many trips with Viator throughout the United States and in Italy and the tours booked through them have always exceeded my expectations. You can't go wrong booking tours with them.

D
, Oct 2017

What an amazing trip would highly recommend this trip. Fortis the driver was excellent. Viator never lets me down, would recommend this sight 100 to anyone.

N
, Oct 2017

Went on the Death Valley Tour the first week in October. Don, our tour guide was well informed and a true gentlemen to me and the other ladies in attendance. Really enjoyed the sites we were able to visit. The views of the valley were breath taking...but my favorite was the painter's pallet. Excellent box lunch. Very comfortable vehicle. Many thanks to Viator for their periodic reminders prior to the trip. The Bellagio's tour pick-up area is really comfortable and clean. Nancy Smith, Maysville, KY

A
, Jun 2017

Fantastic!!!!

A
, Jun 2017

This was a great tour. Driver/guide Phil was extremely helpful, taking photos and telling us about the Valley. There were only three of us on the tour, which made it feel very personal. Be ready for it to be hot. There was plenty of water available on the jeep and lunch was good - we had a picknic at a ranch in the Valley.
The scenery is breath-taking and as expected very dry and bleak. A real experience.

H
, Apr 2017

On time pick up, very comfortable tour van, guide/driver is very knowledgeable of Vegas and surrounding area.
Beautiful landscape, he explained it very well, too bad the day was overcast with occasional rain and wind.
Plenty of time for pictures taking, with restroom breaks on both ways, returned to a Vegas hotel on time.

A
, Nov 2016

i am 65 and have always wanted to see Death Valley.its was wonderful. stunning .great. this tour was everything i had hoped it would be.
i would have like it to be hotter. but i do not drive. and these tours do not start until Oct.
Our guild Thomas. was highly amusing .talkative. knowledgeable. and good fun. eve if he keep it up for the whole day.
early start but we have a long way to go. and lots to see. Dante's view is out of this world. very cold . would have like to stay longer. But Thomas moves us on. got to get to the museum before it closed. really. it just keep getter better and better. Furness creek. Badwater. Devils golf course.all these name i have heard about are wonderful. thank you Pink Jeep and Thomas. tips. start 1 hrs later. and find somewhere else for breakfast. the scottish restaurant is not good.

K
, Oct 2016

very organized trip! Liked the fact that you could explore/hike at your own level for each destination stop!

Fun, knowledgable guide John!


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