The desert contains the most distinctive treasures of North America, which you can explore. The desert starts from north of Twenty nine Palms to Death Valley National Park in the northern border, known as Alaska’s largest national park. Death Valley is famous for its salt flats, dunes, wetlands and ancient rock formations, along with more than 400 animal species that are gifted to this land.
Twenty Nine Palms
If you travel south from the Death Valley, you’ll get to see the human-made and natural wonders. Don’t forget the mineral-laden hot springs in the ghost town. Mitchell Caverns provides an experience of icicle shaped elongated minerals made from dripping water and is known as the only limestone cave in California State Park System. If you’re interested to see the volcanic cinder cone, then make sure to visit the National Natural Landmark, a 6000-year-old crater model.
The Central Desert is the place where you can experience a variety of adventures, including recreational sports, outdoor adventures, wellness retreats with beautiful arts and culture. The Joshua Tree National Park is situated at the north and has 550,000 acres of eye-catching rock formations, plants and wildlife species and Joshua Trees.
Joshua Tree National Park
At Desert Hills Premium Outlets, 200 luxury stores and Cabazon are here as well. Southern California’s marquee entertainment and experience at Morono Casino Resort Spa. You can also find the nine resort cities which are on South of Greater Palm Springs, including Coachella, Desert Hot Springs, Cathedral City, Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Indian Wells, La Quinta and Aqua Caliente Americans.
The Greater Palm Springs is known worldwide for its world-class resorts and appeals, cultural activities, music concerts, golf and tennis championship. The resort destination underwent a severe transformation in the late 19th and 20th century and became a famous hideaway for Hollywood stars.
Greater Palm Springs Resort
The Southern Desert is located in Southern California, bordering Mexico to the south and Arizona to the east. You should visit the Borrego Badlands and experience its amazing mesas, hued sandhills and canyons. California’s 600,000 acres largest Anza Borrego Desert State Park has spectacular wildlife and plants, coyotes, mountain lions, mule deer, desert kit foxes, black-tailed jackrabbits and Peninsular bighorn sheep. The park also has Borrego Springs, the friendly town known for being peaceful and pleasant arts and the business community to enjoy eclectic boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, independently owned shops and outdoor outfitters.
The Salton Sea is also a place where you can again go for activities like hiking, camping, biking, picnicking, birding and kayaking with 400 species migrating at Pacific Flyway.