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Death Valley National Park Sunset & Starry Night Tour $ 295

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Two birds with one stone tour
Experience the stunning beauty of Death Valley National Park on a day tour from Las Vegas. 
You'll be taken to some of the most iconic sites in Death Valley such as Dante's View, Zabriskie Point, Artists Palette Point,  Badwater Basin,  and Furnace Creeksts.

Las Vegas is known for its bright lights, but it's also home to some of the most beautiful sunsets and starry skies in the world. Taking a Death Valley National Park tour from Las Vegas is the perfect way to experience these amazing sights. Imagine watching the sun dip below the horizon as you take in the stunning views of Death Valley. At night, you can admire the endless stars stretching across the night sky. A Death Valley tour from Las Vegas offers an unforgettable experience that will leave you with lasting memories.

[Tour Course]

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Departure time

8 am ~ 1 pm: Pick up at your hotel on the Las Vegas Strip

Departure and arrival times vary depending on the stargazing time.

Death Valley National Park sign

Death Valley National Park sign

Take a commemorative photo with various poses at the sign at the entrance to Death Valley National Park and keep it as a memory.

Death valley Dante's View

Dante's View Point

Dante’s View Point where you can see the best of Death Valley !!!

The view from Dante’s View is similar to that of Hell expressed in Dante’s new song.

Towering 5,575 ft (1,699 m) above Badwater Basin, on the ridge of the Black Mountains, Dantes View is a favorite spot for photographers.

Zabriskie  Point

Zabriskie Point

Zabriskie Point is a viewpoint that is part of the Amargosa Range and is unique due to its erosional landscape. 
It is composed of the elements left behind by the drying up of Furnace Creek Lake, which disappeared around five million years ago. 
The location itself was named after Christian Brevoort Zabriskie, who was the vice president of the Pacific Borax Company.

bad wathr basin

Badwater Basin Point

Bad Water is located 282 feet below sea level and is one of the few places in the world.

It is a place where the sea level used to be low, and after the seawater evaporates, it is made into white salt and you can see the salt sparkling in the sun 365 days a year.
Sunglasses are a must because of how dazzling the sparkle is.

Artists palette Point

Artists Palette Point

Beautiful view of the sedimentary hills of the Amagosa Mountains.

It is named because it is pink, gold, green, and purple, and has the shape of an artist's palette famous for its colorful colors and rock formations.
It was the location of Star Wars movies and it’s also a good place to take pictures.

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  • All fees and taxes

  • Free unlimited bottled water

  • Pick up and drop off at each hotel


  • Guide Gratuities($20)

  • ​All meals 

[Know Before You Book]

  • ​This product is not a trekking tour.

  • No fee if canceled 3 days before departure (100% refund).

  • Pickup and drop-off are available from hotels located on the Strip.

  • This tour can depart for 3 or more people.

  • We are not responsible for any accidents, illnesses, or lost items caused by the negligence of the traveler.

  • Comfortable clothes, comfortable shoes.

  • The schedule may change due to local conditions, climate change, and seasons.

  • Only people under 70 years of age and without health problems can participate.

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