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Visitez les paysages incroyables de la Vallée de la Mort lors de cette excursion d'une journée au départ de Las Vegas. Connue pour être l'endroit le plus chaud et le plus sec de l'hémisphère occidental, cette région unique est un paradis pour les photographes. Traversez le terrain accidenté du désert de Mojave et émerveillez-vous devant l'environnement extrême du désert aux couleurs vibrantes, pendant que votre guide vous conduit aux points forts incontournables de ce fascinant parc national. Le transport aller-retour en minibus climatisé, le déjeuner et le grand nombre de bouteilles d'eau sont inclus.
Excellente organisation, boissons fraiches en quantité et pique nique très bon . et journée d'excursion très agréable. Brian le guide américain a été parfait que ce soit sur le plan humain, ou sur le plan patience vu notre pratique de la langue américaine très mauvaise. Cordialement
119 degrees! But an excellent trip led by an excellent guide (Kriss).Very informative about geology,history of the area,natural history,early settlers etc.At this temperature though you can't be away from the air conditioning of the minibus more than say 10 minutes.Very good add on to the Grand Canyon and adjacent parks (which we had just done). Minibus fine for a day trip but would be a bit cramped for a longer trip.
Amazingly surprised trip to Death Valley with my daughter. Our guide Jenni is very knowledgeable and gave us so much info not only about Death Valley but Las Vegas too. We had so much fun. Highly recommend this trip - photos doesnt do it justices. It was just AMAZING. Thank you Jenni.
My husband and I did this small group day tour through Death Valley, last week and it was a great experience. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable about the area, which always impresses me when we go on any kind of tour. They always seem to educate their passengers extremely well on whatever the tour is about. Our group consisted of 2 other couples, which was perfect. We seem to like the smaller group option more so than the bigger groups. It feels more personal to us this way.
Our tour started off early in the morning, with the driver picking us up at our hotel, on the strip. They provided with us, Lots of water and a packed lunch. During the tour, we made about 6 or 7 scenic stops within the park. All the locations were unique and amazing in color. The park is absolutely huge and we were only able to see a small fraction of it. The weather was perfect that day...only at some points during the day did it warm up. All in all, this tour made for about a 10 hour day.
Visiting Death Valley National Park is easy to do on your own, if you had your own car and didn't want to be affiliated with the tour groups. if you do go on your own, you won't get the history or the educational background behind the area/park.
For the money this was a poor tour. It cost quite a lot of money and I had expected much more. The amount of time actually spent in Death Valley was minimal. Our visit to Furnace Creek consisted of sitting under a tree with a sandwich. The so called picnic left a lot to be desired. My own was ordered specifically for a vegetarian and was as sloppy roll with some salad...not even a slice of cheese! the guide never stopped for breath...most of his nattering was about himself, his interest in reading and the stories he had read. Spend your hard earned cash eslewhere.