The hottest land : Death Valley National Park(U.S.A.)

Japanese Version

Hi, this is Fe@NJ, who has passed Second Grade of Timetable Test in Japan.

 

This time I introduce a one-day bus tour from Las Vegas, famous for casinos, to and from the extremely hot’n hot Death Valley National Park.

In summer months, the average temperature of Death Valley is 100°F (38°C), and frequently exceeds 120°F (48°C).  Of course, on the tour it is necessary to pay high attention to ultraviolet rays and sunburn.  The best season of sightseeing might be winter.

 

①Early in the morning, I departed from the hotel of Las Vegas by a small bus.
The allocation for the bottled drinking water, loaded therein, was one gallon (about four liters) per person!

 

②③It takes approximately three hours to reach the entrance of Death Valley National Park.

 

 

④⑤The terrain caused by the uplift is a strange landscape.

  

 

Badwater Basin

It is said as “The Hottest, Driest, and Lowest Land in North America”, 282 feet (85.6 meters) below sea level.

A large amount of salt, which is white on the surface of the earth, remains since the sea of ancient times dried up

 

⑦Salt water seeped out in the hole and it accumulated.

Salty!

 

⑧It is amazing that there is such a place still on our earth.

 

⑨It is a very harsh environment for plants.

 

⑩I finished a different dimension experience, then, I came back to Las Vegas, the all-night entertainment city, after dark.
I really felt nostalgic for noiseless Death Valley which had nothing.

Why do not you try planning a spirit in Las Vegas and Death Valley National Park in Winter♪

 

Thank you and see you next time!

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