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San Andreas Fault Small-Group Jeep Tour from Palm Desert

San Andreas Fault Small-Group Jeep Tour from Palm Desert - Palm Springs, California
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Palm Springs, California

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$139.00

This awe-inspiring journey from Palm Desert takes you deep into the heart of California’s world-famous San Andreas Fault. On this open-air Jeep eco-tour, experience the forces of nature that have created amazing, steep-walled canyons and the most twisted and tormented landscapes on Earth!

The adventure begins when you board your “Big Red Jeep” and depart on an open-air Jeep ride into the desert ... More info ›

This awe-inspiring journey from Palm Desert takes you deep into the heart of California’s world-famous San Andreas Fault. On this open-air Jeep eco-tour, experience the forces of nature that have created amazing, steep-walled canyons and the most twisted and tormented landscapes on Earth!

The adventure begins when you board your “Big Red Jeep” and depart on an open-air Jeep ride into the desert.  Your expert guide explains the ecology of this desert environment and takes you to see one of its unique features: an oasis of native palms. There you can see water from the underground aquifer that is forced up to the surface by the movement of the earth along the fault, creating a green oasis that supports a range of plant and animal life.

Then go to a recreated Native American site that illustrates how the native Cahuilla people managed to live in this harsh climate. See kiches, a sweat lodge and artifacts, and hear details about survival skills needed for living in the desert. Your guide also shares details about life for early American and European settlers in the area. Next up, get a close look at the San Andreas fault on an easy walk into a slot canyon. Your guide shows you parts of the rock that reveal the region's unique geology and discusses the impact of the collision of the Pacific and North American plates, including earthquakes. Drive through other sections of the fault for another perspective.

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Small-Group Nighttime Stargazing Tour to the San Andreas Fault from Palm Desert

Small-Group Nighttime Stargazing Tour to the San Andreas Fault from Palm Desert - Palm Desert, California
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Palm Desert, California

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$150.00

Enjoy an evening of stargazing in the California desert on this guided, 3-hour, small-group tour. Explore a private, 800-acre preserve on the San Andreas Fault and learn about the desert’s plants, animals, history, geology and earthquakes in an open-air Jeep ... More info ›

Enjoy an evening of stargazing in the California desert on this guided, 3-hour, small-group tour. Explore a private, 800-acre preserve on the San Andreas Fault and learn about the desert’s plants, animals, history, geology and earthquakes in an open-air Jeep. Watch the transition from day to night as the remaining sunlight casts brilliant shadows and colors on the hills. Then enjoy a guided journey through the night sky as you gaze at stars and planets and hear fascinating stories about the constellations.

This stargazing adventure begins when you board your “Big Red Jeep” and depart on an open-air Jeep ride into the desert.

Travel to a private, 800-acre preserve on the San Andreas Fault and visit a natural palm oasis. Explore the spectacular box and slot canyons and visit an ancient fossil bed as the Jeep winds through the labyrinth of geological cuts and canyons along the San Andreas Fault Zone. Learn about the desert’s plants, animals, history, geology and earthquakes and find out why the Cahuilla people lived on the San Andreas Fault.

Enjoy a guided journey through the night sky as you view planets, stars, and constellations through the lens of a high powered telescope as your guide shares the mythology of the constellations.

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Earthquake Canyon Express Downhill Bike Adventure

Earthquake Canyon Express Downhill Bike Adventure - Palm Desert, California
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Palm Desert, California

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$105.00

A paved road, downhill bicycle tour through a Federally protected Wilderness zone along the San Andreas Fault. Riders will be treated to magnificent vistas of the wide open Colorado Desert, enter a tortured badlands canyon, then finish off with views of the Santa Rosa Mountains and ride through the agricultural fields of the Eastern Coachella Valley ... More info ›

A paved road, downhill bicycle tour through a Federally protected Wilderness zone along the San Andreas Fault. Riders will be treated to magnificent vistas of the wide open Colorado Desert, enter a tortured badlands canyon, then finish off with views of the Santa Rosa Mountains and ride through the agricultural fields of the Eastern Coachella Valley. On the way home we will stop by a working date farm for date shakes.

The Earthquake Canyon Express – Riders are treated to a geologic extravaganza on this 20 mile tour that descends through the heart of the San Andreas Fault zone on a paved road to the heart of grape country near Mecca. There are no cross roads, no turns, and very little traffic which makes this a relaxing sightseeing adventure. Riders will see the stark beauty of the desert as they descend a total of 1200 feet over the route.

The course takes riders from the transition zone between the Colorado and Mojave Desert, winds its way through the narrow canyon walls of Box Canyon and finishes with spectacular views of the Salton Sea, Mt. San Jacinto, the All-American Canal, and the agriculture of the eastern Coachella Valley. The tour finishes with a visit to the Oasis Date Gardens for a date shake and restroom break.

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Interpretive Hike with a Bighorn Biologist to Look for Sheep

Interpretive Hike with a Bighorn Biologist to Look for Sheep - Palm Desert, California

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Palm Desert, California

From USD
$100.00

One of Bighorn Institute’s biologists will take you on a local hiking trail in sheep habitat at a predetermined location around the Coachella Valley for 1-4 hours to look for the endangered Peninsular bighorn sheep.  You will learn all about the local bighorn and with a bighorn biologist as your guide and hopefully see sheep! 

You will hike with a Bighorn Institute biologist in sheep habitat to look for the elusive Peninsular bighorn sheep. We will bring telemetry equipment to possibly track a radio-collared bighorn on our hike, but primarily, we will be glassing the hills for bighorn during our hike.  You will learn how we conduct our fieldwork, what information we gather, and have any and all of your bighorn sheep questions answered by a bighorn biologist ... More info ›

One of Bighorn Institute’s biologists will take you on a local hiking trail in sheep habitat at a predetermined location around the Coachella Valley for 1-4 hours to look for the endangered Peninsular bighorn sheep.  You will learn all about the local bighorn and with a bighorn biologist as your guide and hopefully see sheep! 

You will hike with a Bighorn Institute biologist in sheep habitat to look for the elusive Peninsular bighorn sheep. We will bring telemetry equipment to possibly track a radio-collared bighorn on our hike, but primarily, we will be glassing the hills for bighorn during our hike.  You will learn how we conduct our fieldwork, what information we gather, and have any and all of your bighorn sheep questions answered by a bighorn biologist.  

We will meet in the morning at an agreed upon time at a local hiking trail that will give us the best opportunity to see sheep.  Your personal biologist guide will go over a brief description of these sheep and our work prior to the hike and will discuss more detail along the hike while glassing for the sheep. 

The hike will last 1-4 hours depending on the location and length of the hike, whether or not sheep are observed, etc.  Each hiker should bring: a pack with at least 2 liters of water per person and snacks, closed-toed hiking shoes, a hat, sunscreen, and a camera and binoculars (if you have them).  We request that you do not wear white clothes and dogs are not allowed (no exceptions).

All hike participants are required to sign a liability waiver in order to participate (provided at meeting location).

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Palm Springs General Admission to The Living Desert

Palm Springs General Admission to The Living Desert - Palm Desert, California
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Palm Desert, California

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$19.95

Make the most out of your trip to Palm Springs with a visit to the The Living Desert, an incredible zoo and botanical garden representing the desert environments of North America and Africa. This oasis is perfect for the whole family, offering over 1200 protected acres, 450 wild animals, live animal shows, kids’ play park, tranquil gardens, model train exhibit, hiking trails, tram rides and more.

The Living Desert is a zoo and botanical conservation park ... More info ›

Make the most out of your trip to Palm Springs with a visit to the The Living Desert, an incredible zoo and botanical garden representing the desert environments of North America and Africa. This oasis is perfect for the whole family, offering over 1200 protected acres, 450 wild animals, live animal shows, kids’ play park, tranquil gardens, model train exhibit, hiking trails, tram rides and more.

The Living Desert is a zoo and botanical conservation park. We have over 450 different animals with boasting over 2,000 unique flora and fauna species within our botanical gardens. Our park showcases the unique and diverse desert animals of North America and Africa. 

The Living Desert operates from 9am-5pm October through May, and 8am-1:30pm June through September. Your ticket includes admission to the park and the opportunity to check out this list of daily programming:

9:00- 9:30 am - Giraffe Feeding
9:30 am - Animal Presentation at the Wildlife Hospital
10:00 am - Reptile show at Village Watutu
11:00-11:30 am - Giraffe Feeding
12:00 pm - Animal Presentation at the Discovery Center

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