A while ago I found this opportunity to drive through Death Valley National Park in the State of Nevada. Where, due to the immense heat, can result in dehydration in a short period of time and bring death toward you! In this short trip, I passed through different parts of this park and visit some interesting scenes (two nights ago, I could not sleep of cold weather in Yosemite and now it is hot as an oven!)
Death Valley National Park facts:
- Death Valley announced as a national park in 1933.
- Death Valley is the lowest amount of height from sea level (86 meters lower than sea level) and is the hottest and driest spot in north America.
- During the day the temperature can reach to 48 centigrades, and -30 centigrades at night. The highest recorded temperature in this place is 57 degrees Celsius.
- Although the area is very hot, but there are several camping sites available
- Don`t even think about setting up a simple tent here! Weather is not suitable enough to spend day or night in a tent. If you want to stay and camp here, it is better to bring RV with necessary and reliable cooling and heating system.
- If you have decided to pass through Death Valley, make sure can air conditioner works properly.