Valley of Fire Tour
Valley of Fire Tour Highlights
Compliments to our discerning and discriminating guests that know of this destination and seek it out! Valley of Fire is truly an incredible destination absolutely FULL of incredible sites, geological formations and photo opportunities!! Heading out on our Valley of Fire excursion we travel parallel along Lake Mead and through some beautiful desert landscape before reaching our first stop, a little known, hidden gem – an incredible desert Oasis with beautiful crystal clear water flowing in the middle of this arid desolate landscape! Roger’s Spring, hidden in the backcountry of Nevada, is a gorgeous warm water spring you will wade into and fall in love with!!
Next is the entrance sign to Valley of Fire State Park and the unusual and special rock formations of Elephant Rock and the Seven Sisters before arriving at the Visitor Center and Gift Shop.
Making our way into the loop of Valley of Fire with its breathtaking red rock formations, we see the famous Mouse’s Tank and the Petroglyph Canyon. Next, at Rainbow Vista and Fire Canyon, we are taking in the awesome ever-changing pink and pastel colors and then, we make our way to the famous Fire Wave – a must-see!
Lunch is served picnic-style under a covered picnic table area at the White Domes with much discussion about the area and it early ancestry.
After an easy walk through White Domes Canyon and a look at an old Hollywood movie set, the tour will take us to the 4000-year-old Petroglyphs at Atlatl Rock and very rare view of the early Native American sketches. As we make our way out of the Park we marvel at the eroded Sandstone and sand dunes found here that are more than 150 million years old.
This is a day PACKED full of incredible visuals…incredible memories.
Valley of Fire Tour
Departure Time: Approximately 8:00 AM
Return Time: Approximately 3:00/4:00 PM
- Plenty of photo opportunities!
- Lunch (your choice of sandwich)
- Unlimited bottled water
- Roasted Turkey
- Ham & Cheese
- Roast Beef
What You Should Bring
- Hat or Sunglasses
- Lip balm
What You Should Wear
Dress for the weather – dressing in layers always best