Mojave Desert - A Land of Extremes

  • Meet your professionally trained guide at your Las Vegas hotel 
  • Ride to Death Valley National Park in our Tour Trekker
  • Explore the Mojave Desert, its salt pans and seasonal saline lakes
  • Snap photos from Dante’s View, over 5,500 feet above Death Valley
  • See the jagged spires and rough links of the Devil’s Golf Course
  • Tour Harmony Borax Works; go off-road at 20 Mule Team Canyon
  • Fill your camera with the vibrant landscape of the Artist’s Palette
  • Pose for photos at Badwater Basin, the lowest point in the western hemisphere

Tour Details

Meet your Certified Guide, hop into our luxurious Tour Trekker vehicle and get ready for a once-in-a-lifetime Las Vegas to Death Valley excursion. Don’t worry about the details; we’ve already packed lunch and bottled water, plus paid your park entrance fees.

On the way to Death Valley National Park, your expert local guide will share insights into the area’s climate, history, wildlife and terrain. From its elevation to its temperature, this incredible area is a land of unique extremes.

A quick comfort stop at Death Valley Marketplace in Pahrump gives you a chance to refuel with old-fashioned soda pops, nostalgic candy and fun, handcrafted souvenirs. It’s the last stop on the road to California!

Dante’s View awaits your arrival. Towering over 5, 500 feet above the Death Valley salt flats, you’ll take in panoramic views of the colorful badlands and dry Lake Manly below. It’s one of the best scenic vistas in the park.

Shop, explore exhibits and learn how life has been sustained in this extreme landscape at the Furnace Creek Visitor Center. Don’t let the name fool you—Death Valley is alive, and for mind-blowing reasons to be discovered here.

A visit to Harmony Borax Works offers a glimpse into the area’s boom and bust mining history. Tour historic mining and processing ruins and a replica of the Twenty Mule Team Wagons used to transport the mined borax.

Your guide will share insights into the geology of the region as you drive along the salt flats and spires of the Devil’s Golf Course while enjoying lunch. Hear how the area’s remarkable altitude and terrain affect the weather to create one of the hottest places on the planet. (Don’t worry, our tours take place in the milder temps of September through May.)

Badwater Basin, the most famous spot in Death Valley, is next. Strike a pose at the 282-feet-below-sea-level elevation sign. Take the boardwalk out onto the otherworldly salt pans, but don’t forget your sunglasses! The white salt fields are blinding. On warm days, you may even hear the pops of salt crystals bursting.

Before leaving Death Valley National Park, you’ll marvel at the multi-hued hills of the Artists Palette along the Artists Drive Scenic Loop. Then, we’ll stop at the historic Inn at Death Valley, built in 1927, and nestled within The Oasis at Death Valley resort.

Your tour culminates with a mild off-road driving tour of Twenty Mule Team Canyon through the multi-colored badlands seen in early Star Wars films. After an eventful day and luxury ride home, you'll be back at your hotel in time for dinner and the Vegas nightlife!

Know Before You Go

  • Children under 3 are not permitted on this tour.
  • Stops on this tour include brief mild walks on flat, well-maintained paths and/or walkways
  • Collapsible wheelchairs are acceptable when accompanied by another adult.
  • Seasonal PINK Select tour available September–June 15



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Please Note: All tours are subject to our Terms of Sale which can be found here. Subject to our Terms of Sale, our tours operate rain or shine, provided the roads are open. In the event of severe weather, Pink Adventure Tours reserves the right to alter, modify, or cancel any tour due to unsafe conditions. Any tour cancelled by Pink Adventure Tours due to unsafe conditions will receive a 100% refund.