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

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❥-❥-❥ This place where I have experienced the most stars and Milky way in my life ❥-❥-❥<br><br>It's the only tour to 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 9am ~ 1pm. and have a tour of about 11 hours.<br><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>It is also the place many photographers come to take star photos.<br><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><br>Schedule may vary depending on local weather and situation.
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187fam wrote a review Sep 2020
30 contributions3 helpful votes
Amazing to see what a lot of different natural events do to cause the amazing diversity of different colors on the mountain. Definitely worth the visit and fairly safe to drive since it’s a one way road.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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S D B wrote a review Sep 2020
Brooklyn, New York110 contributions12 helpful votes
A must do when on badwater road, one way road with amamzing feeling of being inside the multicolored rocks and mountains, nice smooth new road.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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ELKW wrote a review May 2020
United States4,617 contributions181 helpful votes
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along the drive, there at least 2 spots to park your car, walk for a while, to take closer look to the colors in the rock, mainly reddish brown and turquoise, if you don't walk, you can also see these colored rock along the drive in your car, or use your camera to zoom in to take a closer pictures, then you no need to walk so close to the rock. The drive is a one-way drive, so if you miss a point, you have to go over again from the entry point.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Peter L (exciled Geordie) wrote a review Apr 2020
Southampton, United Kingdom465 contributions127 helpful votes
Nice drive, well laid out, great views, stunning ecnery. Plenty of places to stop with photo opportunities galore.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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john b wrote a review Mar 2020
new london, Minnesota21 contributions7 helpful votes
One of many sites to see in Death Valley is Artists Drive. It is about a 5 mile one way drive, on a hard surface road, off the main road going through the park. The colors and shapes are all a result of the many geologic activities over millions of years. There are many turnoffs for you to get out and explore the terrain. Bring a camera. If you are entering from the south route 190, it is the closest attraction to see other then the visitor center. The center should be your first stop when entering the park. Be aware that portions of the park have been closed for 2 years but there is still much to see.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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