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Hwy 190 Stovepipe Wells, Death Valley National Park, CA 92328
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Private Tour: Death Valley Day Tour with Evening Milky Way Viewing
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Private Tour: Death Valley Day Tour with Evening Milky Way Viewing

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This place where I have experienced the most stars and the Milky way in my life.<br><br>Minimum of 2 or more people required Private tour.<br>COVID-19 Privet Tour for Safety.<br><br>It's the only tour day and night in the Death Valley.<br>You can enjoy a leisurely tour in the day and see the stars and the Milky Way at the same time in the evening<br><br>We leave Las Vegas around 8 am ~ 11 am. and have a tour of about 11 hours<br>Death Valley has the darkest night sky in the United States and is a great place to gaze awe in the expanse of numerous stars, milky Way, see the details of the moon, and trace the meteor shower.<br>And Death Valley National Park, one of the hottest, driest, and lowest in North America, is believed to feature miles of deep sand dunes, colorful rocks, and canyons, a wide variety of wildlife, and one type of evaporated salt. We invite you to an unbelievable beautiful place<br>This product is not a trekking tour but a photo tour.<br>The schedule may vary depending on local weather and the situation.
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alisaj_12 wrote a review Jan 2021
Santa Clarita, California297 contributions78 helpful votes
During these Covid times, the saloon at Stovepipe was closed but the restaurant was providing take out. After a long day exploring the Badwater side and watching sunset from Zabriske's point we headed back to our homebase at Panamint resort..feeling too tired to cook dinner we stopped at Stovepipe wells. The young girls working the restaurant were polite and helpful. Our pizza was ordered, we used their clean rest rooms, and waited. In just a few minutes a hot pizza with plates, utensils, was ready. We ate outside, on the socially distanced tables. The pizza was good, not expensive, easy and we were soon headed back to camp. Definitely a good choice after a long day of sightseeing.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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The Places Where We Go Podcast wrote a review Dec 2020
Simi Valley, California820 contributions171 helpful votes
This is one of the areas in the park where you can pay your entrance fee cor the park. We opted to renew our annual pass - $80 for access to the broader national park system for an entire year. During this Covid era, the general store was only allowing four people to enter at one time, so you might encounter a line here. On the other side of the street, we were able to get takeout at a restaurant which had burgers and pizzas available. Not much else happening in Stovepipe Wells at the present time.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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David K wrote a review Jul 2020
Las Vegas, Nevada3 contributions2 helpful votes
The general store is quite expensive. Don't buy anything. They do sell foods but way overpriced. Just bring your own food. Save you money.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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HPJ wrote a review Jul 2020
Winston Salem, North Carolina56 contributions37 helpful votes
We stopped here on both of our days in the Park. We ate lunch twice at the saloon (I forget the name) and had black bean burgers both times, and they were delicious. Kia waited on us the first day, and she was awesome. The second day another young lady waited on us (we did not get her name), and she was equally friendly and engaging. We also shopped both days at the general store, and enjoyed picking up some souvenirs, t-shirts, etc. You should definitely stop here and enjoy the hospitality.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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ELKW wrote a review May 2020
United States8,712 contributions290 helpful votes
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we stop there is for filling the gas to our car, but the gasoline price here are much higher then outside the park, but Death valley is so big, and only 2 places to fill gas within the park, so you have to fill enough gas, otherwise it will be very troublesome if our of gas in the middle of nowhere.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Response from GuestRelations-ONP, Guest Relations Manager at Stovepipe Wells Village
Responded 12 May 2020
Thank you for comments. We are proud of our continuous service during the pandemic and are just as proud that we have continued to provide the lowest fuel prices in Death Valley. We value the opportunity to serve you and hope that your next visit tp Death Valley National Park will be as a guest at our hotel! Until then, we wish you good health!
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