Death Valley National Park is one of the most remarkable places you should not miss on a Las Vegas tour. Located 131 miles from Sin City, a one day Death Valley Tour from Las Vegas is perfect for exploring this mystical place. The Death Valley National Park boasts the highest temperature in the world and is the North American continent’s lowest elevation.

Death Valley National Park

Famous for its extremities, the Death Valley National Park is the lowest point in the United States at the border of California and Nevada. The park spans 5,270 square miles and is full of amazing landscapes with unique wildlife. Death Valley is among the top National Parks in the USA to find dunes, salt flats, and other desert wonders.

Spot the Artist’s Palette from within your car to see how the mineral deposits have turned the rocks turquoise, yellow and purple, making a spectacular vista.

Things to doDeath Valley Tour from Las Vegas

  • Sightseeing
  • Hiking
  • Camping
  • Backcountry Driving
  • Mountain Biking
  • Cycling
  • Stargazing
  • Driving Tours
  • Watching Sunrise and Sunset
  • Running


The dawn and dusk make the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes one of the most photographed landscapes of the Death Valley National Park. Walk in the sculpted dunes or soak up the panoramas while sitting on a lawn chair.


The Badwater Basin is the lowest point of land in the western hemisphere and also the hottest land. Get stunning views of mountains in Badwater Lake, or take an endless walk across the white salt flat when the lake is almost dry during the hot season.

Death Valley Tour from Las Vegas

If you are visiting Las Vegas, Death Valley should be on the list of must-visit destinations. You can cover the distance of 131 miles from Las Vegas to this national park within two hours. So call Strip Key Limo at +1 (888) 539-0084 and book a Death Valley day tour from Las Vegas at an affordable price. You can easily cover the must-see spots of this striking National Park in a day.