Welcome to Beatty


Otherwise, there's a host of humble but worthwhile things to see and do in and around the town, and if conditions come together, from March to May, the surrounding desert is daubed yellow with a carpet of wildflowers: magical.

Don't be shocked if you run into any of Beatty's local 'cowboys' (www.beattycowboys.com) dressed in period garb and getting up to general mischief in the streets: they're harmless enough!


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$214.99 Day Trips & Excursions

Death Valley Day Trip from Las Vegas

Your Death Valley adventure begins with a complimentary continental breakfast in Beatty, Nevada, your first stop in the Mojave Desert. See the impressive salt pan of Devil's Golf Course and the beautiful badlands landscape at Zabriskie Point. After enjoying some boxed lunch, continue to Ubehebe Crater. The crater is all that remains from a volcanic eruption so powerful that it destroyed the volcano itself. Then it's on to Furnace Creek Ranch Museum, where you can learn about the history of Death Valley.Stop next at Badwater, the lowest spot in North America, at 282 feet (85 meters) below sea level, with a permanent spring-fed pool where you actually can walk on the salt flats. Your final stop on the tour is at Rhyolite Ghost Town, before concluding at your original departure point.

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Las Vegas: German and English speaking Death Valley Tour

The trip takes about 2 hours through the desert towards the north to Beatty, where you take a little rest. Then it goes to our first highlight: the ghost town of Rhyolite. To learn more about the gold mining town whose existence lasted only 12 years and more than 10,000 people attracted. The next stop is the "Great Sand Dunes" in Death Valley. A short walk will take you right to the sand dunes, which strongly reminiscent of the Sahara desert. At Furnace Creek, you'll stop and it will be served a picnic lunch in the shade of old palm trees. Then you get the opportunity, the plant and the various buildings on your own to explore. The journey continues through the valley with lots of charming motifs that invite you to take pictures. The next stop in Death Valley is the lowest point of the North American continent, "Bad Water", a salt water source 85.5 meters below sea level. One last unforgettable view of the valley you have from Zabriskie Point. From there you take the journey back to Las Vegas and meet again in the afternoon into the city.