Ask most people what they know about California's Death Valley National Park and they may mention deadly hot desert, lowest point in North American, maybe a ghost town, maybe the 20-mule teams that hauled Borax and.... deadly desert heat. Yes, there is that but there are also 11,000 foot high snow-covered mountains just a few miles from the salt pan that lies 282 feet below sea level, huge sand dunes, prismatic rock formations, hidden canyons, volcanic craters -- craters?! -- and so, so much more. Spend a couple days there and you will barely touch on the wonders this park offers. If you have the chance, go see for yourself. You will not be disappointed.
You can visit Death Valley National Park virtually with this tour -- a virtual field trip -- from wherever and whenever you happen to be, without the scorching heat and dehydration. Experience a sampling of what can be seen there including Artist's Palette, Badwater Basin, Devil's Golf Course, Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes, Natural Bridge, 20-Mule Team Canyon, Ubehebe Crater and Zabriskie Point.
Go full screen for maximum impact. Watch with sound on and check out the info tab to learn some fascinating, fun facts.
Sound adds immensely to the immersive experience. We have the distinct honor of including a soundtrack specially composed for this virtual experience by Johany Berland. Check out more of his excellent work on SoundCloud.
If you enjoyed this virtual experience, be sure to check out our Carlsbad Caverns Virtual Tour.
For more 360 interactive images and virtual tours visit the main Tour de Force 360VR website.