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Palm Springs - San Andreas Fault Jeep Tour

Location: Palm Desert, CA
Phone Number: (888) 440-5337

Your Desert Adventure begins the moment you board your big red jeep and depart on an exciting eco-tour of the San Andreas Fault, offering absolutely incredible scenery and an experience of a lifetime!

On your journey, you will learn about the desert's plants, animals, history, geology, and earthquakes. Journey through a natural palm oasis, spectacular box and slot canyons created by the collision of the Pacific and North American plates, and an ancient fossil bed as your jeep winds its way through the incredible labyrinth of geological cuts and canyons of the San Andreas Fault Zone.

Explore a replica Cahuilla Indian Village which sits on the site of an ancient Cahuilla village. This tour includes a short guided nature walk (geared to the abilities of the guests in the jeep), several opportunities to get out of the jeep and see the desert up-close-and-personal.

This tour offers a true off-road/4WD experience.

Tour Information

Public Tours depart from Cocos at I-10 and Washington Street. Hotel pick up is not included on public tours unless 6 guests book a jeep.

Palm Springs - Splashtopia

Location: Rancho Las Palmas
Website: http://www.rancholaspalmas.com/splashtopia-and-pools

There are two very different, very relaxing ways to make a splash at Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa. Plunge into thrilling 100-foot waterslides, a meandering lazy river, a sandy beach and more at Splashtopia. Or retreat to the oasis-style ambiance of our adults-only Azure Pool, recently updated with new hues and furniture, including the fabulous oversized daybeds.

Palm Springs - Golf at Rancho Las Palmas

Location: Rancho Las Palmas
Phone Number: (760) 862-4551
Website: http://www.rancholaspalmas.com/golf

Now stretching 6,400 yards, we’ve recently added 500 yards to our 27-hole championship golf course– which leaves plenty of room for the whole family to play. When you bring the kids to the course, they can play the junior tees found on all 27 holes. If they’re under 16, they play for half price, and after 12 p.m. it’s free! But if you’re just looking to improve your game, take private or group golf lessons with one of our PGA professionals.

Palm Springs - The River Entertainment Center

Location: Rancho Mirage, CA
Website: http://www.theriveratranchomirage.com/

The River in Rancho Mirage is the premier destination for food, fashion, and fun. Located in the heart of Palm Springs valley, this lifestyle shopping, dining and entertainment complex is an unmatched environment of style and beauty.

Nationally known restaurants with outdoor patio’s overlook a park-like waterfront with cascading waterfalls and lush landscaping. Trendy boutiques, spas, a winery and an outdoor amphitheater with seasonal entertainment adorn the river walk. It’s a place to spend an entire day or an evening under the beautiful desert sky. Located .4 miles from the resort.

Palm Springs - Aerial Tram

Location: Palm Springs
Phone Number: (760) 325-4537
Website: http://www.pstramway.com/

The world’s largest rotating tramcars ascend 2 and one-half miles to a pristine wilderness. Experience a breathtaking journey up the sheer cliffs of Chino Canyon.

Begin the 10-minute ride at the Valley Station – elevation 2,643 ft. and end at the Mountain Station – elevation 8,516 ft. No matter what the season, whether you are enjoying spectacular views or hiking in a pristine wilderness, a one-of-a-kind experience can be had by all.

Ride ‘n’ Dine - Spectacular views combined with delectable food provide the perfect dining experience. There are two dining options at the top of the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. Peaks, a fine dining experience with a breathtaking view of the Coachella Valley and Pines Café, a cafeteria-style restaurant. Both restaurants are open for lunch and dinner. Reservations are recommended.

Located 14.9 miles from the resort.

Palm Springs - The McCallum Theatre

Location: Palm Desert, CA
Phone Number: (760) 340-ARTS
Website: http://www.mccallumtheatre.com/index.php

Frida - The Musical: February 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
Bahia Orchestra project - February 16
Keyboard Conversations with Jeffrey Siegal - February 17
The Second City (Chicago-style comedy) - February 20
Chita, A Legendary Celebration - February 21
Roberta Flack - February 22
The 58th Annual Edition of It’s Magic - February 23
Tribute to Glenn Miller - February 23

Palm Springs - The Living Zoo and Botanical Garden

Location: Palm Desert, CA
Phone Number: (760) 346-5694
Website: http://www.livingdesert.org/

Take a journey through the deserts of the world.

Located 4.3 miles from resort.

Palm Springs - Joshua Tree National Park

Location: Palm Springs, CA
Phone Number: (760) 366-1855
Website: http://www.nps.gov/jotr/index.htm

Viewed from the road, this desert park only hints at its vitality. Closer examination reveals a fascinating variety of plants and animals that make their home in this land shaped by strong winds, unpredictable torrents of rain, and climatic extremes. Dark night skies, a rich cultural history, and surreal geologic features add to the attraction of this place. Come see for yourself!

Located 46.5 miles from the resort.

Palm Springs - Indian Canyons

Location: Palm Springs, CA
Phone Number: (760) 323-6018
Website: http://palmsprings.com/points/canyon/

Centuries ago, ancestors of the Agua Caliente Cahuilla (pronounced Kaw-we-ah) Indians settled in the Palm Springs area and developed extensive and complex communities in Palm, Murray, Andreas, Tahquitz and Chino Canyons.

Palm Canyon - A moderately graded, paved footpath winds down into the canyon for picnicking near the stream, meditating, exploring, hiking or horseback riding.

Tahquitz Canyon - Home to a spectacular 60-foot waterfall (seasonal), rock art, ancient irrigation systems, and artifacts, along with cultural and educational exhibits.

Murray Canyon - Easy hike south from Andreas Canyon. Foot and equestrian trails lead to beautiful recreational spots among the many palm trees.

Andreas Canyon - A favorite scenic foot trail leads through the canyon, passing groves of stately skirted palms, unusual rock formations, and the perennial Andreas Creek.