Death Valley National Park is unlike any place you've ever been, ever.
1.) Ask the Death Valley park rangers for suggestions
But speaking with the rangers is much more than a safety measure- it's also a way to have a lot of fun! Park rangers lead special talks, presentations, and excursions, making your time more insightful and enjoyable one.
2.) Check out the golf, devil style.
But you don't have to enjoy any sport to love the Devil's Golf Course! This is not an actual golf course but instead the affectionate name of a natural feature. The Devil's Golf Course is an unearthly looking soil and salt formation and it doesn't take much imagination to envision it as the world's most hellish golf course.
3.) Badlands Basin: salt or snow?
4.) Go for a drive
Two of my personal favourite drives are Mustard Canyon and the Artist's Pallet and, while there are some places where you can't easily stop for fear of blocking the road, there are plenty of scenic lookouts where you can pull over, take tons of photos, and walk a few steps to enjoy the silence of the park.
5.) Explore history
Their survival and their ability to carve a home and employment out of the most brutal and unforgiving circumstances is an inspiration and will certainly put any temporary heat discomfort you have into perspective!