Los Angeles - Sunnylands - Phoenix (357 miles)
Today we will drive through Mojave Desert to visit the Sunnylands-Davis Camp in the west. We will also visit the capital of Arizona (Home of the Winter Sun) and downtown. (Guests may also join this tour at 8:00pm the hotel in Phoenix.)
Palm Springs, CA
The city of Palm Springs in southeastern California is a desert resort with many recreational activities for those with active lifestyles. It is also the home of the star-studded Palm Springs International Film Festival, which occurs every January.
The Sunnylands estate was built as a vacation and getaway home for political leaders and diplomats, who could relax on the large estate. There is a magnificent garden complex that showcases the flora of the western U.S.
This city in the Sonoran Desert of the American Southwest was founded in 1861. The Phoenix area is known as the "Valley of the Sun" for its sunny, subtropical desert climate. It has produced a slew of famous politicians.
Phoenix City Hall
This impressive 20-story building in downtown Phoenix is a staple of the city's skyline. It was built in the early 1990s to replace the growing metropolitan area's old city hall, which can still be visited nearby.
Standard Hotel: Hyatt Place Hotel
Phoenix - Sedona - Las Vegas (375 miles)
Today we will explore the mysterious Red Rock Kingdom - Sedona. Sedona is surrounded by the red giant rock solitary peaks and the green woods. Then we will drive through Seligman the birth place of US 66 route and arrive in Las Vegas to enjoy the stunning night or Exciting Show.
This small city in the Verde Valley region of Arizona attracts visitors from all over with its gorgeous red sandstone rock formations. It is a popular place for outdoor recreational activities like hiking, biking, and mountain climbing.
Standard Hotel: Westgate Hotel former Hilton Las Vegas
Las Vegas - Death Vally - Los Angeles (410 miles)
We will visit Death Valley National Park. We will explore the Furnace Creek and drive to Zabriskie Point to overlook Golden Canyon, and lowest point in North America - Bad Water. We will arrive in Los Angeles in the evening.
Death Valley, CA
Death Valley is a region of the Mojave Desert which has the distinction of being the lowest and driest area of North America. The hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth, occurred here.
Zabriskie Point is a part of Amargosa Range located east of Death
Valley in Death Valley National Park in California, United States, noted for
its erosional landscape. It is composed of sediments from Furnace Creek Lake,
which dried up 5 million years ago — long before Death Valley came into existence.
This barren basin in the heart of Death Valley National Park has an elevation of 282 feet below sea level, making it the lowest point in North America.