Death Valley Tour

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Death Valley Tour

  • Visit one of the driest, hottest and lowest points in the Western Hemisphere on this Death Valley Tour from Las Vegas
  • Includes a picnic lunch, professional guide and travel in a luxury SUV or minibus with a small tour group
  • Pick-ups are available from hotels located within 3-miles of the Las Vegas Strip 

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Adults £159
Children N/A

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What: Small group guided tour.

Where: Las Vegas, USA.

Availability: Fridays and Sundays.

Duration: Around 9 hours.

Don’t Miss: The chance to visit one of the driest, hottest and lowest points in the Western Hemisphere!

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Death Valley Tour 

The Death Valley Tour takes you into the heart of the Death Valley National Park – one of the driest, hottest and lowest points in the Western Hemisphere – where you’ll stop at desert towns, visit the Borax Museum and Furnace Creek visitor centre, enjoy amazing unparalleled views and much, much more!

After being collected from your Las Vegas hotel, you’ll begin the scenic journey to the Death Valley National Park – the stunningly spectacular park which, apart from being a photographer’s dream destination, is also home to the driest, hottest and lowest points in the Western Hemisphere!

During the full-day guided tour of this vast, desolate national treasure, one of the most unique landscapes on earth, you’ll have plenty of photo-opportunities with a stop at Zabriskie Point, a stunningly scenic drive through Artist’s Pallet and a stop at Bad Water which rests at 280-feet below sea-level, making it the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere.

You’ll also spend time at the Furnace Creek visitor centre, visit the Death Valley gift shop and see the Borax Museum.

Indulge in a picnic sandwich lunch (included), enjoy fabulous views of the 20 Mule Team Canyon and Black Mountain Range and stop in Parump desert town before beginning the return journey to Vegas.

Suitable for:
  • Families
  • Couples
  • Groups
  • Teenagers
  • Seniors
Great for:
  • Explorers
  • Nature Lovers
  • Learn Something New

Availability:

Every Friday and Sunday throughout the year.

Duration:

Approximately 9 hours. Please allow a full day

Hotel Transfers:

  • Transfers to and from hotels located within 3-miles of the Vegas Strip are included.
  • After booking please call or email the local tour operator at least 7 days in advance to arrange your pick-up time and location. The details on how to contact them will be provided on your e-ticket

Guide:

You will be accompanied by an English-speaking guide in a small tour group of up to 13 people

Transportation

Transport is via a modern, spacious, air-conditioned SUV or mini-bus (vehicle depends upon tour group size).

Accessibility:

This tour is not suitable for wheelchair users or people with mobility difficulties.

Recommendations:

We recommend you wear layered clothing for this tour as temperatures can vary throughout the day, and bring a hat, sunscreen and sunglasses.

Meal options:

When you call or email the supplier to confirm your booking details, please notify them of your preferred lunch option: Beef, Turkey or Vegetarian

Please Note:

A minimum number of participants is required for this tour to operate. In the unlikely event that this number is not met on the date you select, you will be offered an alternative date or a full refund.

Included:

Park entry fee, a sandwich lunch, light snacks and drinking water are all included.

Not Included:

Tour guide and driver gratuities are not included and are at your discretion

Death Valley Tour is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly Recommend We were lucky enough to find Bindlestiff tours for our day trip to Death Valley from Las Vegas. The arrangements were easy and they were spot on time to pick us up at our hotel. Our guide, Mike was super friendly and very knowledgeable. He made the drive (just under 2 hours) very enjoyable. There is a stop on the way out at Pahrump for bathrooms and coffee so don't be put off by the distance. Also, the scenery on the way to Death Valley was really lovely the day we went. We started our experiences in Death Valley at Dantes View which is over 5,000 ft. above sea level. It was a little chilly so make sure you take a fleece or something warm along that you can later peel off when you go down to the valley floor. The views from up here are spectacular and you get some idea of the size of Death Valley so it's a great place to start. Also, we were lucky enough to see a Chukar (a partridge type bird) digging in some stones for insects to eat and I got some pictures of it as well. We visited all the other main tourist sites like Zabriskie's Point, Badwater Basin, and Artist's drive. In the middle we had a brief rain storm (Who says it doesn't rain in the desert??) and lunch at the Furnace Creek resort area. The box lunch is hearty...a large sandwich, chips, fruit, cookie, etc. And on the way out of the park we saw several coyotes near enough to the road to get some good pictures of them. All in all, it was a great day, full of geological facts and wonderful scenery. I would very much like to go again and Bindlestiff tours, especially Mike, were really great. I highly recommend them.
Date published: 2016-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredible Experience Very happy with our 1-day tour to Death Valley. We visited the most important spots and got a lot of interesting details and explanations from our guide. The food was reasonable and there was plenty of cold water, which is essential at Death Valley. Even umbrellas were available!
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Tour Amazing tour. Jennie our tour guide was very knowledgeable and informative during our drive to Death Valley. We stopped as all the major points of interest and had plenty times for photos and were not rushed throughout the day. A fresh packed lunch was provided and any amount of water
Date published: 2016-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 star tour- outstanding! The death valley tour with bindlestiff was an absolute blast. Being it the only company to organise tours in the mojave desert during summer, me and my friend decided to book a tour. We traveled in a comfy van through the main roads as well as on the most spectacular ones, carved in the walls of the canyons. Our guide was just amazing, telling us a lot of information about the history and geology of the area. He always made sure we had plenty of drinking water (which he kept in a fridge in the back of the van) and provided us with sandwiches, fruit and snacks. Most of all, he never pushed the group to be on time and left everyone the time to explore the visiting spots. All in all, I had a 5 star experience
Date published: 2015-11-26
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Death Valley Tour is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly Recommend We were lucky enough to find Bindlestiff tours for our day trip to Death Valley from Las Vegas. The arrangements were easy and they were spot on time to pick us up at our hotel. Our guide, Mike was super friendly and very knowledgeable. He made the drive (just under 2 hours) very enjoyable. There is a stop on the way out at Pahrump for bathrooms and coffee so don't be put off by the distance. Also, the scenery on the way to Death Valley was really lovely the day we went. We started our experiences in Death Valley at Dantes View which is over 5,000 ft. above sea level. It was a little chilly so make sure you take a fleece or something warm along that you can later peel off when you go down to the valley floor. The views from up here are spectacular and you get some idea of the size of Death Valley so it's a great place to start. Also, we were lucky enough to see a Chukar (a partridge type bird) digging in some stones for insects to eat and I got some pictures of it as well. We visited all the other main tourist sites like Zabriskie's Point, Badwater Basin, and Artist's drive. In the middle we had a brief rain storm (Who says it doesn't rain in the desert??) and lunch at the Furnace Creek resort area. The box lunch is hearty...a large sandwich, chips, fruit, cookie, etc. And on the way out of the park we saw several coyotes near enough to the road to get some good pictures of them. All in all, it was a great day, full of geological facts and wonderful scenery. I would very much like to go again and Bindlestiff tours, especially Mike, were really great. I highly recommend them.
Date published: 2016-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredible Experience Very happy with our 1-day tour to Death Valley. We visited the most important spots and got a lot of interesting details and explanations from our guide. The food was reasonable and there was plenty of cold water, which is essential at Death Valley. Even umbrellas were available!
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Tour Amazing tour. Jennie our tour guide was very knowledgeable and informative during our drive to Death Valley. We stopped as all the major points of interest and had plenty times for photos and were not rushed throughout the day. A fresh packed lunch was provided and any amount of water
Date published: 2016-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 star tour- outstanding! The death valley tour with bindlestiff was an absolute blast. Being it the only company to organise tours in the mojave desert during summer, me and my friend decided to book a tour. We traveled in a comfy van through the main roads as well as on the most spectacular ones, carved in the walls of the canyons. Our guide was just amazing, telling us a lot of information about the history and geology of the area. He always made sure we had plenty of drinking water (which he kept in a fridge in the back of the van) and provided us with sandwiches, fruit and snacks. Most of all, he never pushed the group to be on time and left everyone the time to explore the visiting spots. All in all, I had a 5 star experience
Date published: 2015-11-26
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