Day Trip / Out of Town, Hiking and Walking, Nature and Wildlife
Kid Friendly: Yes.
I am disabled with leg and ankle issues. My tours are planned with this in mind.
Maximum travelers: 4
Routed through Temecula, Anza and Palm Springs
Many wonderful and wondrous scenic overlooks, dramatic geology. Plenty of picture taking material. We will ravel to Temecula and through the Temecula Valley wine country. Past the metal sculptures of the Accidental Artist, through the mountains on Hwy 74, coming down into Palm Desert and Palm Springs. Then on to Joshua Tree National Park.
That's just getting to Joshua Tree National Park. Once there we will find many exhibits of the natural wonders in the park.
On the way back I will modify the route a bit to show you other areas. Unless you just want to get back. It will be a long day.
Leaving San Diego we will travel to Temecula, then go east through the world famous Temecula Valley wine country.
I will take you by the lot where the "Accidental Artist" keeps dozens of his metal sculptures.
Then we go north into the mountains on our way to Palm Springs, entering it from above with spactular views of the city and the vast desert surroundings.
We will drive through Palm Springs on our way to Joshua Tree National Park, our destination.
Joshua Tree has many
wonderful and dramatic sights.
You will probably fill an SD chip on your camera, or lots of film, so bring plenty for this trip!
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will pick you up at a San Diego location convenient to you. Your hotel or anywhere else.
End location: You tell me where within San Diego County.
Duration: 8 hours
All tours are based in a rental vehicle chosen specifically for the tour participants.
- Expert guide services from someone who is very experienced in all the areas we will pass through.
- All entry fees.
- Plenty of time along the way and once in park to stop and take pictures.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 USD - Whatever meals, souvenirs and personal items you buy along the way.
Anything you buy along the way, including your meals and souvenirs.
I am a disabled veteran with leg damage. I can walk a bit but not long distances. This should not cause any issues with my tours since they are mostly sightseeing from the car. Walking is minimal.