• Badwater Springs at sunrise Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park Holidays

Death Valley National Park holidays provide the perfect blend of breath-taking natural scenic views, exhilarating hikes through colourful canyons, and fascinating landmarks such as Badwater Basin.

Death Valley is the ideal destination for families, couples and solo travellers who have an adventurous side and want to unearth a world of wonder and geological phenomena.

Visit Badwater Basin, which is the lowest part in North America. At 282 feet below sea level this incredible salt flat provides a truly out-of-this-world experience and features a surreal landscape for explorers to discover. Capture the dramatic landscapes of the luminous sand dunes, the sculpted rock formations and the picturesque imposing mountains that tower over the salt flats.

Death Valley is the driest place in North America and is known as one of the hottest places in the world, but despite this there’s still a wealth of wildlife to spot, such as kangaroo rats, bighorn sheep, jackrabbits, kit fox, greater roadrunners, and pupfish.

Visit Death Valley National Park for adventure

Learn more about the captivating landscape of Death Valley by taking a trip to the Furnace Creek Visitor Centre. It’s here where you can talk to expert rangers about the local area, check out exhibits on geology and Native American life, and watch the short 20 minute orientation film. Hike along a volcano and stare down into the 600 foot deep abyss of the Ubehebe Crater. The one-and-a-half mile trail takes you along the rim of the volcano and offers impressive views over the national park. Delve into the history of the landscape by exploring some of Death Valley’s ruins, which include Panamint City and Scotty’s Castle.

Extend your holiday by choosing one of our multicentre packages. Why not choose to couple your Death Valley National Park holiday with a trip to the bustling city of Las Vegas?

Destination Highlights
  • Take in the spectacular 360-degree panoramas at Dante's View, which stands at 1,669 metres and overlooks the impressive Death Valley
  • Marvel at Artist's Palette, stunning rock formations that contain a variety of colourful hues
  • Hike up to Zabriskie Point and enjoy the striking geological formations that are over five million years old
  • Explore the scenic dried-up lake Racetrack Playa and learn about its mysterious moving rocks

Our favourite hotels

Browse our favourite places to stay in Death Valley National Park - we are here to help you find the perfect hotel and we have an extensive range of comfortable, cosy and luxury hotels.

Furnace Creek Ranch

The Ranch at Death Valley

Death Valley National Park

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Guide Price

 £1,299  pp

The Ranch at Death Valley
Inn at Death Valley

The Inn at Death Valley

Death Valley National Park

H&J Rating

Guide Price

 £1,629  pp

The Inn at Death Valley
  • a man smiling for the camera

    Rozario

    Destination Specialist

    “Don’t forget to look up. When nightfall comes be sure to spend some time gazing up into the dark night sky, the stars are incredible. I even watched several shooting stars dart overhead.”

     

  • a woman smiling for the camera

    Katie

    Destination Specialist

    “Make sure you pack some comfortable shoes! I highly recommend wearing in your walking boots before your trip if you’re going to do lots of walking in Death Valley National Park.”

     

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