Death Valley Safety Tips

Water: Drink at least one gallon (4 liters) of water per day to replace loss from perspiration. Carry plenty of extra drinking water in your car. Heat and Dehydration: If you feel dizzy, nauseous or get a headache, get out of the sun immediately and drink plenty of water. Dampen clothing to lower your body…

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Desert Tours From Las Vegas – Water and Hydration

The Introduction To This Post Is Here:Mojave Desert Travel Tips For Tours From Las Vegas Water and Hydration Simply being in the desert will dry you out, any time of year. Period. That includes your skin, mouth, hair, nose, and eyes. Summertime just makes it all happen more quickly. Drink more water than you typically…

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Desert Tours From Las Vegas – What To Wear In Death Valley

The Introduction To This Post Is Here:Mojave Desert Travel Tips For Tours From Las Vegas Your Death Valley Tour: Clothing for a Desert Adventure Sunburns of a dangerous nature can develop quickly from the sun in the high desert. A loose fitting, long-sleeved, lightweight shirt is best for hot desert hiking, climbing, or biking. It…

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Desert Tours From Las Vegas – Prepare Your Car For Desert Travel

The Introduction To This Post Is Here:Mojave Desert Travel Tips For Tours From Las Vegas Highway in Death Valley Mojave Desert Has Plenty of Long, Lonely Highways Prepare Your Car For Desert Travel Ensure that your car is in good working order – service stations are few and far between in the mojave desert. You…

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Desert Tours From Las Vegas – Wind, Rain, and Flash Floods

The Introduction To This Post Is Here:Mojave Desert Travel Tips For Tours From Las Vegas Death Valley, Las Vegas, and Mojave Desert Weather Weather changes in desert environments can be quick and extreme. It can go from sunny to stormy in the blink of an eye. Winds rip through the desert picking up surface sand…

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