Natural Wonders

Natural Wonders

There’s something naturally inspiring about this place. Whether you’re into hiking, biking, rock climbing, ecotourism, natural history – or just want to enjoy the stunning desert vistas. Discover an outdoor playground that is delightfully all natural with nothing artificial added.  

Road Trip to Joshua Tree National Park

Now that you have unpacked and settled into a relaxing, stress-free life in Palm Springs, your mind turns to ideas for exploring the area.  Since you have a car, you can venture outside the city limits...

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First-Ever Gay Desert Tours Launched

All kinds of tours exist in and around Palm Springs - windmill tours, architectural tours, celebrity house tours. Palm Springs boasts one of the largest per capita gay and lesbian populations in the U.S., not to...

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Now Open: Indian Canyons

Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians have re-opened the Indian Canyons on November 18, 2013.  The Canyons, an approximate 56-square mile area that includes more than 60 miles of trails, attract more than 125...

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In Honor of Californian Native American Day on September 27th – Part I

Agua Caliente Band tribal leader Lee Arenas (1870-1966), looking over the Indian lands he legally fought to protect. This two-part series is in honor of Palm Springs’ (well, actually Sec-he’s) first...

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In Honor of Californian Native American Day

This two-part series is in honor of Palm Springs’ first inhabitants, the Cahuilla, who continue to invigorate the area’s culture, land, economy, not to mention its very soul. Indigenous society may appear...

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Hummer Up to the Palm Springs Windmills with Elite Land Tours

We stood on the 2,000-foot rim of Whitewater Canyon, and the power of the wind nearly blew us over. My little cousin Kaela, 8, was nearly knocked over by the gusts, some up to 25 mile per hour. Undaunted, she laughed...

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New Tour: Wildlands Preserves Tour

A new tour with Big Wheel Tours highlights the fascinating history and natural wonders of the Palm Springs area. The Wildlands Preserves Nature Tour gives you a new perspective of the desert valley by visiting three...

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Cool off at 8,500 feet

Soar on a giant tram and escape the desert heat  within 10 minutes. Visit Mt. San Jacinto State Park where you will see tall pine trees, wildlife, beautiful vistas and stay cool...

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Video Features Summer Fun in Palm Springs

It's almost the weekend... you are day dreaming of lounging by a sparkling pool with an umbrella drink under the tall palm tree. Luckily, we have a video to help (or tease) you to get you...

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Adventures with Dad in Palm Springs

Celebrate Father's Day in Palm Springs Whether it’s taking an off-road tour along the San Andreas Fault, getting a bird’s eye view of the desert from a helicopter, or climbing into a B-17 bomber at the...

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