Minimum of 2 people required Private tour.
COVID-19 Privet Tour for Safety.
It's the only tour to day and night in the Death Valley.
You can enjoy a leisurely tour in the day and see the stars and the Milky Way at the same time in the evening.
We leave Las Vegas around 9am ~ 1pm. And it’s a very comfortable, supportive medium. - Check out Tripadvisor members' 16,861 candid photos and videos of Eureka Dunes The Eureka Dunes receive more rainfall than others in the Death Valley area because their location at the western base of a mountain range that captures precipitation from passing storms. Head back south on 395 to Hwy 168 and turn left. Clothing is optional. According to my odometer, the first 30 miles, Death Valley National Park Vacation Packages, Romantic Hotels in Death Valley National Park, 3-stars Hotels in Death Valley National Park, Death Valley National Park Hotels with Pools, Pet Friendly Hotels in Death Valley National Park, Charming Hotels in Death Valley National Park, Family Resorts in Death Valley National Park, Quiet Hotels in Death Valley National Park, Budget Resorts in Death Valley National Park, Suite Hotels in Death Valley National Park, Quiet Resorts in Death Valley National Park, Unique Resorts in Death Valley National Park, Death Valley National Park Pet Friendly Campgrounds, Death Valley National Park Hotels with Balconies, Hotels near Salt Creek Interpretive Trail, All things to do in Death Valley National Park, Nature & Parks in Death Valley National Park, Caverns & Caves in Death Valley National Park, Geologic Formations in Death Valley National Park, Hiking Trails in Death Valley National Park, Off-Road & ATV Trails in Death Valley National Park, Bodies of Water in Death Valley National Park, Sights & Landmarks in Death Valley National Park, Ghost Towns in Death Valley National Park, Historic Sites in Death Valley National Park, Monuments & Statues in Death Valley National Park, Scenic Drives in Death Valley National Park, Points of Interest & Landmarks in Death Valley National Park, Outdoor Activities in Death Valley National Park, Golf Courses in Death Valley National Park, Horseback Riding Tours in Death Valley National Park, 4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours in Death Valley National Park, Hiking & Camping Tours in Death Valley National Park, Nature & Wildlife Tours in Death Valley National Park, Sightseeing Tours in Death Valley National Park, Walking Tours in Death Valley National Park, Private Tours in Death Valley National Park, Self-Guided Tours & Rentals in Death Valley National Park, Photography Tours in Death Valley National Park, Traveler Resources in Death Valley National Park, Visitor Centers in Death Valley National Park, History Museums in Death Valley National Park, Gift & Specialty Shops in Death Valley National Park, Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes: Tickets & Tours, Furnace Creek Visitor Center: Tickets & Tours, Father Crowley Vista Point: Tickets & Tours, things to do in Death Valley National Park. I’ve often gone with big groups; we’ve met at Owens Valley restaurants such as Imperial Palace in Bishop, the Still Life Cafe in Independence, or Rossi’s in Big Pine. It is much worse maintained than the one from Big Pine, I discovered, so if you have the choice, avoid it. But naked is the way to go. Your object is not speed but volume of sand moved. It is especially good at sunrise when you can see all the critter tracks in the sand. To get to Eureka Dunes (37.10128 N, 117.67096 W), depart the Hidden Dunes (37.17597 N, 117.79047 W) parking area and head back out to the Eureka Dunes dirt toad. There are two primary ways to approach the road into Eureka Valley. Discover Eureka Dunes in California: Highest dunes in California, and the most likely place in the area to hear the Singing Sands. But it’s worth getting some elevation. Before you go, check out the times of the moon’s rise and set. Chillin Camping Photography Hiking Scenic Wildflowers Go Pro. Go as close as you can to the full moon, preferably in June, July, August or September. You’ll also understand, if you were hesitant at first, why you’re best off naked. A small addendum based on my most recent trip: there is another road into and out of Eureka Valley, coming in from Scotty’s Castle at the edge of Death Valley. Then you’ve got 10 more miles of dirt, and finally, you’ll arrive at a simple campsite. Comics for Grownups Episode 44: Best of 2014, Comics for Grownups Episode 36: Josh Bayer, Comics for Grownups Episode 32: Annie Koyama.