Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Things not to miss at Palm Springs

Despite what you may think, there are still many things to see and do in a desert region. Palm Springs, this popular resort city is located in the desert region of Southern California, and is buzzing with activity, offering entertainment and relaxation for rental bus visitors of all ages.
The climate at Palm Springs is arid with hot summers, while winter and spring offers a more enjoyable daytime temperature. So make sure you plan your charter bus travel to Palm Springs in California properly.
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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Top 3 Desert National Parks in California

California has been attracting tourists and vacationers to its desert national parks for countless decades. It is the perfect place for people to come visit whenever they seek refuge from cold climate and wintry misery. Listed as some of the most beautiful and unforgettable vacation spots in the world, Americans (and Californians, in particular) are extremely fond and protective of these desert hotspots.
Here are 3 of our favorite desert national parks located in various places in California.

Death Valley

With more than 5,000 square feet of magical dunes, dangerous canyonsand all-encompassing oases, Death Valley is known for its majestic beauty and overall uniqueness. The desert national park is located in the Great Basin is currently the hottest and driest desert in the world. With the punishing weather, California bus charter visitors continue to throng to the valley, especially for the annual ultra-marathon. During this 135-mile journeyinto the Death Valley, one’s strength, grit, patience and persistence is tested like it has never been tested before.
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