Death Valley

Death Valley Travel Guide

Articles about Death Valley

By Lyndsey Matthews

We’ve mapped out easy weekend getaways full of outdoor activities, delicious food, and seasonal bursts of color to enjoy this spring.

By Travelandleisure.com Staff

We’ve mapped out easy weekend getaways full of outdoor activities, delicious food, and seasonal bursts of color to enjoy this spring.

By Andrea Cooper

From Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to Alaska’s Glacier Bay, these historic lodges deliver location and creature comforts.

By Katie Hammel

These dramatic natural wonders prove that Mother Nature can wow even the most seasoned travelers.

By Jim Atkinson
Barreling down Nevada Highway 374 toward Death Valley National Park and a lemon drop of a sun, it occurred to me that the principal allure of the desert is that nothing quite normal survives there. Take the Goldwell Open Air Museum down the highwa...

Hotels in Death Valley

The stucco buildings with orange tiled roofs have been recently updated and are set around a lush garden of date and fan palms near a warm-spring-fed pool.

Restaurants in Death Valley

The restaurant is a slice of Americana, serving biscuits and gravy, date shakes, and burgers.

Things to do in Death Valley

Death Valley is the hottest and driest of the national parks in the U.S., and the largest in the lower 48 states. Over 800,000 visitors come annually, many to bird watch the more 200 species that have been spotted here.