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Private Tour: Death Valley Day Tour with Evening Milky Way Viewing
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Private Tour: Death Valley Day Tour with Evening Milky Way Viewing

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❥-❥-❥ This place where I have experienced the most stars and Milky way in my life ❥-❥-❥<br><br>Minimum of 2 people required Private tour.<br>COVID-19 Privet Tour for Safety.<br><br>It's the only tour to day and night in the Death Valley.<br>You can enjoy a leisurely tour in the day and see the stars and the Milky Way at the same time in the evening.<br><br>We leave Las Vegas around 9am ~ 1pm. and have a tour of about 11 hours.<br><br>Death Valley has the darkest night sky in the United States, and is a great place to gaze awe in the expanse of numerous stars, milky Way, see the details of the moon, and trace the meteor shower.<br><br>And Death Valley National Park, one of the hottest, driest and lowest in North America, is believed to feature miles of deep sand dunes, colorful rocks and canyons, a wide variety of wildlife and one type of evaporated salt. We invite you to an unbelievable beautiful place.<br>This product is not a trekking tour but a photo tour.<br><br>Schedule may vary depending on local weather and situation.
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rogerythat wrote a review Nov 2020
Goodyear, Arizona172 contributions47 helpful votes
This was a very interesting natural feature. If you like geology you will want to check this out. It is a volcanic feature that exploded thousands of years ago. We hiked to the small crater that is just up the hill from the parking lot. You can hike around the whole crater if you have at least a few hours I would guess since we did not actually do it. Even if you do not want to hike you can drive right up to it which is nice. There are no bathrooms here, just an FYI. I would definitely check this out if you have time to drive to the north part of the park. We stayed in Beatty, and it took about an hour and a half to get here.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Geo G wrote a review Nov 2020
Draper, Utah439 contributions103 helpful votes
We got to Ubehebe Crater late in the day and it was getting dark. Too bad since it looked like a great place to hike around the crater, into the crater and going to the smaller crater just a short hike away.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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paulina_lip wrote a review Oct 2020
Irvine, California71 contributions52 helpful votes
Amazing! Worth the drive. Highly recommend. Short walk is available. The entire Death Valley park is incredible so this is part of this austere haunting beauty
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Date of experience: October 2020
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ELKW wrote a review May 2020
United States4,924 contributions246 helpful votes
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it's been a long drive from the visitor center to the Ubehebe crater, and the route is an uphill one. Once you park the car, there is a short walk, then you can see the big Ubehebe crater, when you walk along the edge, you may reach the little Ubehebe crater, but as it's hot, no shade, and even no person around, you may be the only one that walk, you may not want to stay there for a long time, so when I see the little crater after walking for about 10 min, I think that's the little Ubehebe crater, however, when I look back for the information and photos later, I find that I still need to walk for 10 more min in order to reach the real little Ubehebe crater. The hot weather really lower people's intention and ability to walk trails
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Steve H wrote a review Apr 2020
Tacoma, Washington77 contributions12 helpful votes
This explosive blast crater is HUGE! There is a hiking trail that goes all around the rim of this crater. We hiked up to the high point nearest the parking lot and got some great pix. Due to the current angle of the sun at the time, it appeared that hiking around to the other side wouldn't give us better pix.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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