The Agua Caliente Indian Canyons are a recreational oasis for hikers, horseback riders and nature lovers. Protected by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, the area's hiking trails include Andreas Canyon, Murray Canyon and the popular Palm Canyon lush with streams, natural palm oases and canyon formations.
The Coachella Valley is a beautiful, peaceful sight from the air, the gorgeous landscape is dotted with vineyards, polo fields, golf courses, and orchards. Perks of each trip include an in-flight champagne toast for parents and complimentary shuttle service from major desert resorts.
Located in La Quinta the PGA West Golf Club boasts six golf courses designed by some of the best names in the industry, including Pete Dye, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer. Pete Dye's Stadium course was ranked one of the top 100 courses to play in the U.S. by Golf Magazine.
Get an up-close look at the San Andreas fault thanks to Jeep tours and bicycle tours hosted by companies like Big Wheel Tours. Explore the colorful canyons, rugged landscape, and desert wildlife on backcountry off-road tours.
Located about a 45-minute drive from Palm Springs, but it feels like a world away. Filled with hiking trails, scenic vistas and larger-than-life rock formations, Joshua Tree is the perfect destination for those looking to get back to nature. The preserve is actually the result of two great deserts, the low Colorado and the high Mojave, which come together at Joshua Tree to create a 794,000-acre geological and floral wonderland. Our favorites include overnights at Hidden Valley for small groups and great boulder climbing, or Cottonwoods for larger groups and less - touristy vibes. We love exploring the myriad of boulders at Skull Rock and Jumbo Rocks as well as hiking the Ryan Ranch, Barker Dam and Hidden Valley trails.