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Spring is right around the corner, and with the warmer temperatures that will be coming to the southwest region in only a few weeks comes the opportunity to experience one of the most unique spaces on the face of the earth without being subjected to the defining characteristics that make it what it is.  Death Valley is considered one of the most unique areas on the face of the earth, with less than 2 inches of rainfall every year and summertime temperatures that will often be above 120° for extended periods of time.  The hot and dry aspects of this region are why is named Death Valley in the first place, as the early settlers of the region realized that it will be almost impossible for anything to live there.  A near complete lack of water makes things very difficult, and the extreme heat adds to the fact that attempting to call Death Valley home is a constant struggle.  The plants and animals in the region have all adapted to survival in these kinds of conditions, and as a result you will be subjected to vegetation and animal life that looks very different than you are probably used to.  Everything is lower to the ground and not as brightly colored, specifically because predators would be easily able to identify their prey against the backdrop.  This does not mean that there are not hundreds of species of plants and animals that call Death Valley home, it is simply that they have adapted to the region in order to survive.  When one looks out over Death Valley and sees the extended regions without vegetation, many will compare it to being on another planet.  While all of this may seem shocking, Death Valley is also one of the most popular national parks to visit in the American Southwest.

If you’ve ever wanted to experience Death Valley for yourself, the springtime is the best time of year to do so.  This is because you will be able to explore the region for far longer periods of time then you would if you were to wait only a few more months into the hotter season.  When temperatures our over 100° in Death Valley, most tour companies will shift their offerings to be more of the sightseeing tour where a lot of time is spent in the van and an air-conditioned area.  During the springtime however, patrons are able to explore outside for far longer periods of time without the worry of overheating.  The beauty of Death Valley is that the scenic areas do not change from season to season, except for the fact that during the springtime there will be a wildflower bloom.  This means that you’ll be able to see Death Valley the same way that it looks into stream heat, only without experiencing the heat for yourself.  If you are interested in tour in Death Valley from Las Vegas, contact us today.