If you are looking for a vacation with towering mountains, blue skies and a near perfect climate, then you will certainly find it in Palm Desert, California. It will be an unforgettable experience with lots to see and do and beauty beyond compare. You will find Palm Desert just a two-hour drive from Los Angeles. It can be easily accessed from highways 74 or 86, which makes it ideal for driving. If you fly to Los Angeles, it is a 30 minute drive from the airport and from rail there is an Amtrak in nearby Palm Springs. Palm Desert has 350 days of sunny weather and 22,779 friendly residents waiting to welcome you to their city.
The first thing you should do when visiting Desert Springs is take in the unbelievable scenery. Nature was more than generous when decorating this landscape. Visit the Living Desert Zoo and Gardens. There you will find Gecko, Gulch, Wildlife Wonders and Village Wa Tu Tu. These are just a few of the exhibits that are on show. Another interesting thing you will find is Palm Springs Aerial Tramway's, where rotating tram cars will whisk you up to the top of the Mountain Station at 8,516 feet. See the Palm Springs Air Museum, where you can actually get inside the cockpits of legendary bombers. Visit Knott's Theme Park and enjoy the exciting rides. Here you can enjoy a ride in the Silver Bullet. Take a jeep tour that will take you to the San Andreas Fault and Joshua Tree National Park.
In Palm Desert you can enjoy hiking, biking or anything else that your heart desires to make this an adventurous vacation that you will never forget. It will leave you longing for more regardless of the time you spend here. Don't worry about accommodations or restaurants. Palm Desert has it all and more and after your busy day see what the nightlife offers to entertain you.
If golf is your game, then you have come to golf heaven. Choose from the many courses that Palm Desert has to offer, one of them being Desert Willow Golf Resort which has received many awards for it's unique and challenging play. So get up and get going to Palm Desert for a vacation of a lifetime and much, much more. If you don't see it all in the first visit, then you'll just have to come back again and again.