Death Valley Tours And The Superbloom

Visiting Death Valley this year may provide visitors with the opportunity to witness a rare occurrence known as a "superbloom." This is where millions of flowers bloom at once in the desert due to perfect weather conditions.

Press Release ( - LAS VEGAS - Feb 17, 2017 - Bindlestiff Tours have proudly launched their yearly schedule for tours of Death Valley, CA.  The tours of Death Valley offered by the company leave Las Vegas every Sunday and Friday of the week, and cost a total of $219 per person.  The tour is a one-day excursion that begins with pickup at several Las Vegas hotels and stops, transports the guests in comfort to Death Valley National Park, and proceeds to provide visit and exploration stops at numerous key points of interest within the area.  While exploration of Death Valley on your own is certainly possible, the ability to be shuttled from the starting point in Las Vegas to the park, have interesting guidance along the way, as well as lunch provided alone is well worth the price.  When you factor in that Bindlestiff Tours are guided by experts in the area who do not just drive to points of interest but actually allow patrons to experience the adventures that are available, the guided tours are invaluable.

The usual first stopping point is Zabriskie Point, where you will be able to stroll to the lookout point for an unbelievable 360 degree view of Death Valley, one of the most desolate and barren landscapes on earth.  Stops from that point include the visitor center, the Borax Museum and Furnace Creek where the hottest recorded temperature on earth happened.  You will also see the lowest point below sea level in the United States below sea level at Badwater Basin.

This year, due to early and heavy rainfall, there is a possibility of a “superbloom” in Death Valley.  This is a rare occurrence where perfect weather conditions cause millions of typically dormant flowers to bloom at once.  The phenomenon generally happens no more than every ten years, and it appears that 2017 may offer visitors one more chance to witness this experience the same way they did last year.

If the superbloom happens this year, it will probably be beginning in early March and continuing for roughly four weeks.  The superbloom is a large attraction in Death Valley, so if you are interested it is a good idea to book early.…

Source : Bindlestiff Tours



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