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As the hottest, driest and lowest – 282ft (86m) below sea level – national park, Death Valley is a land of extremes, with snow-capped peaks, blooming wildflowers, sweeping dunes and vast salt flats. Discover what makes this sea of desert straddling the California–Nevada border so special.
During spring, blooming wildflowers blanket most of the park. It’s one of the biggest attractions in the valley, with thousands of people heading here during March when blooming is at its peak. For the most remarkable displays, visit the southern reaches of the park (Badwater, Furnace Creek), where yellow buds cover the desert floor.
If these incredible attractions have convinced you to visit this extraordinary part of the world, why not book a stay at one of these excellent Death Valley hotels?