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Private Tour: Death Valley Day Tour with Evening Milky Way Viewing
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Private Tour: Death Valley Day Tour with Evening Milky Way Viewing

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This place where I have experienced the most stars and the Milky way in my life.<br><br>Minimum of 2 or more people required Private tour.<br>COVID-19 Privet Tour for Safety.<br><br>It's the only tour day and night in the Death Valley.<br>You can enjoy a leisurely tour in the day and see the stars and the Milky Way at the same time in the evening<br><br>We leave Las Vegas around 8 am ~ 11 am. and have a tour of about 11 hours<br>Death Valley has the darkest night sky in the United States and is a great place to gaze awe in the expanse of numerous stars, milky Way, see the details of the moon, and trace the meteor shower.<br>And Death Valley National Park, one of the hottest, driest, and lowest in North America, is believed to feature miles of deep sand dunes, colorful rocks, and canyons, a wide variety of wildlife, and one type of evaporated salt. We invite you to an unbelievable beautiful place<br>This product is not a trekking tour but a photo tour.<br>The schedule may vary depending on local weather and the situation.
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Sondra W wrote a review Mar 2021
Manhattan Beach, California623 contributions413 helpful votes
This is at the entrance to the park when coming from the Ca side. It is the perfect way to get warmed up for the Valley! The road is not marked well and is a dirt road for 2.5 miles. The trail itself is lovely. The canyon has been carved out by nature, and you get to witness up close and personal the water's magic in moving through granite rock. The trail itself has a couple of balancing acts to cross over the river, so be prepared! The waterfall at the end is pretty amazing when you think how dry Death Valley is. Definitely a great way to kick off the trip!
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Sean wrote a review Feb 2021
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Hard to imagine something like this exists in the middle of DV. Nice hike, beautiful area and a shirt distance from a great campground, Panamint Springs Resort
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Dhruven Vora wrote a review Oct 2020
San Jose, California20 contributions16 helpful votes
This is the only place in valley where you get natural access to fresh water and a lot of green. Its a great hike but Oct is not the best month imo to visit the falls. (Very less water)
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Date of experience: October 2020
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prinses001 wrote a review Feb 2020
Dublin, Ireland12 contributions4 helpful votes
You have to really be looking for the turn of or you will miss it. If you get to the pizza/bar heading east, you just missed it. Turn around and go back, it is well worth it. Take water and a small snack to enjoy when you get there. You will come upon a small falls and will think you are there...you are not. Keep walking and you will be rewarded. It is a beautiful site in such a desolate area.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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catchuslater wrote a review Feb 2020
Sequim, Washington73 contributions23 helpful votes
Driving the main road thru DV, one comes across an east gravel access road to Darwin Falls. It’s nice to have an uncrowded spot to get out and walk to the falls. I wouldn’t call it a hike, since it is mostly flat and very easy...but one is rewarded with a pretty fall coming from underground springs, and it’s a good place to stretch legs and enjoy a different part of DV.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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