Sun Dunes Villas

40-215 Harris Lane, Palm Desert, California Desert, California, 92211, United States | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Palm Desert

California, here I go

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Aug 09, 2014

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... among them. The park also has a variety of wildlife including bighorn sheep, coyotes, tortoises and roadrunners ( beep,beep). But all I saw was a jackrabbit. Maybe they were all busy getting irradiated over in the closed-off areas. I must give kudos to California. If you stay away from the cities and people, the state has many fine parks and some great scenery. And no natural disasters befell me. ...

If we could talk to the animals...

A travel blog entry by elizabeth1228 on Jan 14, 2014

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Mark and I went to The Living Desert last year, and it was a place we definitely wanted to return to this year. It's beautiful with its desert flora and the diverse array of animals. Many are rescues who can't return to the wild (i.e., red-tailed hawks, coyotes, owls). There's an animal ...


A travel blog entry by hannabrowne on Nov 01, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... under ground, tracking animals, and killing techniques. We found, and opened up many spider nest under ground, and caught beetles. We learnt about the deadly plants, snakes, spiders and beetles. We learnt what it is like to be a bushman, and all of the dangers and struggles that they go through. Learning all about how sand dunes are formed and transformed was very interesting. We climbed to the top of a dune to watch ...

The Past and the Future

A travel blog entry by tery_augusto on Sep 12, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... gone to bed in hot desert among the cactus in a Walmart Parking lot. Today we drove between the innovations of a hundred years ago - the National Parks to the innovations of today - wind fields and alternative energy. The visionaries that foresaw the need to preserve our natural wonders - the National Parks - which were quite revolutionary 100 years ago. Today we struggle with finding enough ...

"In God's country"

A travel blog entry by songofthefree on Apr 06, 2013

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... br> Just a few miles more and we were at Jumbo rocks( has its name for a reason). These rocks are huge, great for climbing, hiking through and finding shade under for a camp site. We loved
this camp site and the whole area actually. There are hikes through the site which take you to the top from where views of the great desert will leave you amazed. We will be going back to camp out here needless to say.Also a memorable site for us for one Joshua tree out here ...