The Death Valley

The Death Valley is a desert area located in southeastern California in the Mojave desert north of the Great Basin Desert. According to the scientists, this place is the hottest and driest in the world. In 1994 it was declared National park, and can be visited on the route from the coast to Las Vegas, or vice versa. Adventure tourism is growing, this is because visitors look for different experiences, away from historical buildings and museums.

One of the main attractions of the valley are the so-called sliding stones, which leave a visible trail in the sand that has intrigued the scientific community for decades.