Death Valley

328 Greenland Boulevard, Death Valley, CA 92328



Death Valley is a unique place to visit. It holds the record for being the hottest place in the world,  and is also among driest and lowest places in the world. Death Valley is home to stunning desert landscapes, sand dunes and canyons, which are located in the state of California. It’s about a 2 1/2 hour drive (120 miles) from the Las Vegas Strip to the Visitor Center.

Getting There

There is currently no public transport to Death Valley, so the only way to get there would be by car or through an organised tour.

Vehicle Entrance Fee

  • $20 for 7 Days (check website for up-to-date park entry fees)
  • This permit allows all persons traveling with the permit holder in one single private, non-commercial vehicle (car/truck/van) to leave and re-enter the park as many times as they wish during the 7-day period from the date of purchase.

Travel Tips

  • Bring plenty of water
  • Use sunscreen and take some lip balm
  • Make sure your vehicle has enough fuel and is road worthy




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