Death Valley National Park covers 3.4 million acres of land between California and Nevada, making it the largest national park in the contiguous United States. It became a national park in 1994 with the re-designation by the California Desert Protection Act, expanding its size by 1.3 million acres. Its varied landscapes and geology attract photographers from around the world to come and experience its beauty. Here are the best photo spots at Death Valley National Park.
If these stunning sights have convinced you to visit this extraordinary place, why not book a stay at one of these excellent Death Valley hotels?