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If you are driving between Yosemite and Las Vegas this is a must, take this scenic drive it would only add an extra couple of hours to your trip at most and that stopping half a dozen times. It is an easy drive to do...More
A road trip from Nevada to Death Valley Badwater Basin (the hottest recorded place on earth) was an adventure I will never forget, the heat was unbelievable (110F) in April a better trip will a GT 5.0 Mustang convertible, wanted to do Dante’s Veiw, but...More
Guys this a awesome place .. one must visit there.. but many cases of snatching, bulling happend there.... visit with groups... avoid to carry expensive things...... I ll suggest better go through Asola Bhati Wildlife Sanctuary.. These people arrange many walks in side the Sanctuary...More
It's a place where very different from any other landform, the weather is extremely hot, but it's worth it when you took the picture of the view out there,the sky are so blue that the cloud are so clearly laying up the sky, you can't...More
We drove from LV to Mammoth lakes via 190. Stopped at Dantes point, zebriske point - all good. The rise up to around 8000 ft from -230 ft really good. Amazing views and never boring although long trip. Started at +32C and end at +8C....More
Don't ever go there ......it will be your worse nightmare
Local people there will misbehave with u
Bully u , snatch things from u and would pelt stone on your car .
Its a gujjar gawaar people place where they come to drink and rob...More
We stayed on the outskirts of death Valley in a very nice little village which served very nice Mexican food and there was a very nice campervan Park. It was extremely hot though and I wouldn't recommend staying there for too long.
Have never seen anything like this in my life and doubt that i ever will again. Absolutely gorgeous desert views. It gets hot real early so leave as early as possible.
We got out of the car at the valley itself and a coyote came...More