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Half-Day Jeep Tour of the San Andreas Fault
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Half-Day Jeep Tour of the San Andreas Fault

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Learn about California's geology and desert wilderness on a half-day Jeep tour to the San Andreas Fault. Drive through the Coachella Valley to the fault zone while hearing from your guide about native plant and animal life, local history, the Salton Sea, and earthquakes. Depending on your preference, you can take a nature walk in the desert or stay in the vehicle. You'll also stop by a date farm where you can try their signature date milkshake. Includes guide, transportation, and light refreshments.
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JacarandaSpirit wrote a review Jul 2020
Hemet, California191 contributions106 helpful votes
VillageFest is a wonderful, large street fair in downtown Palm Springs. Every Thursday night (year round) Palm Canyon Drive is closed to traffic so that vendors can set up and display their hand made art works, candles, photography, food, etc.. All vendors have to be certified, verifying that what they sell is 75% handmade; making this a street fair unlike any other. The stores and restaurants lining the street stay open and it's a festive atmosphere. The fair runs for many blocks, so there is a lot to enjoy. During the summer, the number of vendors and attendees goes down due to the heat (it can still be in the 90's at 10pm). The fair is at its largest during the fall/winter/spring months when 'snow birds' come to spend the winter in a warmer climate. As of this writing, Village Fest is closed due to the Covid 19 pandemic - hopefully, it will be able to reopen soon.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Robby G C wrote a review May 2020
Toronto, Canada69,468 contributions1,655 helpful votes
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I had never sees so many vendors and mostly they had great items. It was dark and many sold lights. That made it way more attractive. There was a guy that made music, all by himself. It was amazing! We could see almost everything in the Village Fest. There were a lot of items. I don't think we missed anything, because there are so many vendors. Everybody were very friendly and no pushed us out. This is a lovely Village fest. I would go back again! A must see!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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cgraff1953 wrote a review Apr 2020
Sacramento, California19 contributions2 helpful votes
Great food, great merchandise, awesome crowd. Loved the energy. Plenty of eating establishments and bars open along the fest. I was at the Villagefest on March 5, 2020. The weather was perfect. I bought a few items from various vendors. "Some of Me Cards" are awesome & the vendor that sells only tamales are delicious. If you go to Palm Springs you have to attend their VILLAGEFEST!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Raymond S wrote a review Mar 2020
Portland, Oregon10 contributions9 helpful votes
Had the world's best hamburger ever! Starts out with half-pound of meat grilled to your order. So fresh, so good. Another stand had tempura shrimp and vegetables. So many options to choose from it will take a lifetime!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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bshahn569 wrote a review Mar 2020
Cathedral City, California74 contributions12 helpful votes
We "girls" are all over 65 and had a fun time in Palm Springs. We were able to attend the Thursday night Village Fest. It was amazing how many vendors there were displaying their items. There was a ton of people walking and talking, eating snd drinking. A fun atmosphere. Once it starts up again, I highly recommend this event.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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