Palm Springs Group Land Packages
Travel Tips - The Last Hurrah.....
Don't miss out on your last chance to experience the most fun you can have in Palm Springs!
Help us celebrate the final season of the Palm Springs Follies which begins November 1, 2013 and runs through May 2014. This world-famous, Broadway-caliber celebration of the music, dance, and comedy of Mid-Century America features a cast old enough to have lived it!
The Follies’ 23rd edition, titled “The Last Hurrah!” will be a greatest hits show featuring its best dance production numbers from past seasons, three popular headliners and three top variety acts.
You will not want to miss featured international vaudeville acts who join the Follies' world-renowned line of Long-Legged Lovelies and Follies Gentlemen, all ranging in age from 55 to 84.
Headlining the Christmas show Nov. 1-Dec. 31 will be song-and-dance star Susan Anton with ventriloquist Brad Cummings and his prehistoric sidekick, Rex.
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Palm Springs International Film Festival
Join us January 3 - 13, 2014 in Palm Springs!
This event combines a winter vacation in the California sunshine and the excitement of Palm Springs with the unique experience of the International Film Festival.
Palm Springs, playground for the “rich and famous”, is now home to one of the world’s most acclaimed film industry events. The Palm Springs International Film Festival is dedicated to showcasing the work of exceptional, new and emerging talents and the festival provides an industry-friendly launch pad for new films and filmmakers.
This event is available for groups or individual reservations- call 1-800-255-5258 or email: email@example.com for all the details!
The Living Desert... Where the Wild Things Live
Visit The Living Desert and experience its mission to preserve a portion of the Colorado Desert in its natural state.
A zoo and botanical garden spread over 250 acres! Giraffes, mountain lions, wolves and cheetahs are just a few of the incredible animals that take you from Africa to North America.
We recommend starting your day bright and early as the coolness of the early morning brings out the best of the animals. Chances are best you will see them eating, playing,doing their early morning stretches, or hoping to catch the wind for the scent of other nearby animals. Warthogs and javelinas rout and romp in the morning hours, contentedly grunting during nap time in the midday sun.
As the day warms up, enjoy viewing the birds of prey, watch the tortoises and lizards come out of their hiding places.
And as the sun begins to set, view the magnificent cheetah's as they climb their way to the top of the ridge to watch the sun set!
Whooooosh - Palm Springs Windmill Tour
Ever wonder about those towering giant windmills you see as you arrive into Palm Springs? They are hard to miss and wonder no more! Travel through through the forest of these stupendous windmills. Feel the energy as the giant blades "WHOOOOSH" overhead.
Your guide will take you inside this working farm where giant machines harness the endless power of the winds. Learn the efficient energy source that the Department of Energy anticipates may supply as much as 20% of US electricity by the year 2030, and why this Desert area location was chosen for a high concentration of active windmills.
This isn't Holland but it's fascinating to think of the engineering of windmills! Wonder which area has more windmills?
Come Fly with Me
Fly on over to the home of one of the world’s largest collection of WWII flying aircraft at the Palm Springs Air Museum. The museum acts as a very unique time capsule from the past. It is a place where you will find rare vintage aircraft that are still maintained in flying condition today.
"Ladies, it's only fair we give our men something to explore during our stay"! ...More Details
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
Rising 8500 feet above the desert floor, the Palm Springs Tramway offers access to hiking and camping trips in this famous San Jacinto state park wilderness.
The floor of the 18-foot-diameter (5.5 m) aerial tram-cars rotates constantly, making two complete revolutions throughout the duration of the journey so that the passengers can see in all directions without moving.
The twelve-and-a-half minute ride begins at the Valley Station at 2,643 ft (806 m) and passes up North America's sheerest mountain face through five life zones (biomes) on its way to the Mountain Station at 8,516 ft (2,596 m) above mean sea level. Travelers start in the Sonoran Desert and arrive at an alpine forest.
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