Beautiful wildflower sceneries are in bloom around the high season of February and March for those who wish to take Death Valley tours. In Death Valley California, temperatures are relatively cold at those particular months as opposed to the usual dryness of the desert. Of course, the arid desert of Death Valley is a bit uncomfortable for most people. But being considered among the lowest, hottest, and driest places on earth, you'll definitely feel the heat but you'll be in the only place in the nation that is considered the lowest spot on earth! That's quite a remarkable place to be. If you are willing to climb Mount Everest, why not come to the Bald water Basin and complete a spiritual journey or awakening?
Nature lovers and adventure seekers are also lured by Death Valley's other geological settings. The Bald water Basin with 282 feet below sea level marks a nadir in the Western Hemisphere. There is the Devil's Golf Course which is a field of jagged salt crystals that audibly capable of cracking as temperatures change. Another spot would be the dunes at Stove pipe Wells which resembles the Saharan sands. And of course, everyone likes to see a piece of history. Death Valley's Scotty's Castles and its interesting but morbid story about an insurance magnate and a huckster. Experience unraveling the mystery of the Castle. More interesting sites would include Wild rose Charcoal Kiln which are brick ovens used for making coals.
In April, the desert of Death Valley averages around 90 degrees with lows around 92 degrees. This particular month seems the ideal time for those who want to take Death Valley tours as opposed to the summer highs of 120 degrees. But isolated or solitary tourists who don't mind the summer heat wave have quite a selection of amazing spots to visit that would certainly pacify their needs. It all depends on what you like and what type of person you are. And the best part is, you don't have to beat the over-zealous crowds that many other vacation spots have to offer such as amusement parks or beach resorts. It is just one of the pros to visiting Death Valley California.
Recommended attractions at Death Valley are Marta Becket's Amargusa Opera House. Yes, music and food are part of the experience at Death Valley. While the Opera House is not quite opera, it certainly is unforgettable. The new Ce'st Si Bon Café might suit the New Age Death Valley tourists. But you don't have to be eccentric to visit Death Valley California, just be willing to enjoy a new experience and keep an open-mind to appreciating the isolation and solitary peacefulness of mother-nature. Hikers and campers of all ages are welcome. Quite contrary to the climate of European countries, Death Valley offers its unique weather and natural spots for European tourists. Recently, Death Valley has had plenty of success with visitors from abroad.
So what makes Death Valley California different from Las Vegas Nevada? Well, you won't lose your money and high hopes within hours of arriving!