Death Valley National Park

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Death Valley National Park is an incredibly vast and isolated landscape of extremes, famous for being the lowest and driest place in North America… and the hottest place on earth. But the valley is so much more than just a remote and forbidding oddity. A visit here will immerse you in a fascinating diversity of experiences that are bound to excite all of your senses and to inspire the explorer, biologist, geologist, anthropologist, astronomer, and historian in you.

By the way, simply getting there is quite the adventure in itself. The recommended trajectory is to fly into Las Vegas, Nevada then drive the remaining 150 miles or so to California. Let’s go!

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