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Why Book With Us?

  • Mother and son, family-owned Mojave Desert businesses since 2001.
  • The only guided ATV outfitters in the Death Valley region.
  • Located on the Old Spanish National Historic Trail, we have expert knowledge of its history.
  • The only custom tour company in the Death Valley region with immediate access to its wonders.
  • Cynthia has been loving and exploring the Mojave Desert for over 20 years.
  • Cynthia’s Basecamp is strategically located and has all the comforts of home.

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1 night
Availability : Mid March though Mid April. TO BE ANNOUNCED.

Death Valley Desert Spring Wildflower Hikes

To our secret Amargosa Valley locations
Tour Details

Spring of 2005 saw the famous 100-year bloom in the Death Valley region. Record rainfall at just the perfect time and ideal temperatures produced an enormous display of wildflowers. Since then, when the rain comes at just the right time, Mother Nature will thrill us with her blooms. Though not the explosion of 2005, and not as ubiquitous, it is nevertheless spectacular.

The world loves spring wildflowers, and in 2005 they came, and came and kept coming. Death Valley National Park was bursting at the seams with this record visitation. But here at Cynthia’s, we made it our business to scout out all the secret wild flower places our Amargosa Canyon had to offer; hidden fields, long forgotten railroad tracks, river drainages, rock outcrops. That year, guests enjoyed a peaceful bloom in a quiet pristine desert landscape. And have done so every bloom since.

We know by early March if a bloom will happen and how spectacular it will be. So, stay tuned for updates. Due to the unpredictable nature of this event, this will be a last-minute booking, however contact Cynthia to put you on the guest list. Everything must come together perfectly. When we are reasonably sure that the event will take place, guests can make the booking.

Check In

3PM – 7pm

Check Out

noon

Price Includes

  • One Dinner
  • One Breakfast
  • One Night's Lodging
  • Guided Outfitted Off-Road Tour
  • Guided Hikes to Blooms
  • Overview of Natural Hot Springs Options

Price Excludes

  • Hot Springs Day Pass (optional)
  • Any Private Expenses

Complementaries

  • Robes and Towels for Hot Springs
  • Fire Pit and Wood
  • Common Area Open 24 Hours with Guest Refrigerator
What to Expect

In spring the weather is perfect, but we recommend bringing layers of clothing, a headlamp, long pants. Bring water bottles (2 liters per person at least). We have a hybrid tech-free zone: WIFI at basecamp, but no cell phone reception within a 40-mile radius. Your room is like a standard hotel room…only in the middle of the desert. Basecamp has a common area with a shared refrigerator. Bring your favorite snacks, lunch items, and beverages. Water is drinkable at Cynthia’s Basecamp. Our region is half the size of Belgium, population 435, so there is little human development, most the remnants from the mining heyday.

Payment, Cancellation and General Policies

We accept credit and debit cards. Payment in full is required to secure your booking. We have a 21-day cancellation policy. For additional information, please visit our Terms of Service page.

    Itinerary

    Day 1 Greetings

    Greetings. Settle in to your room. Dinner and overview of your wild flower excursions. Campfire, hot spring soak, or if your prefer, just looking up at the dark night sky. 

    Day 2Wild Flowers!

    Early breakfast. Guided off-road excursion to blooms too difficult to get to by foot. Lunch break; dine locally or bring your own and dine in our common room. Guided hike to special blooms in the Amargosa Canyon; along the river, beside the old railroad grade, at the palisades, and hidden gorges. 

     

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