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Palm Springs General Admission to The Living Desert
"The Living Desert is a zoo and botanical conservation park. We have over 450 different animals with boasting over 2000 unique flora and fauna species within our botanical gardens. Our park showcases the unique and diverse desert animals of North America and Africa. The Living Desert operates from 9am-5pm October through May and 8am-1:30pm June through September. Your ticket includes admission to the park and the opportunity to check out this list of daily programming:9:00- 9:30 am - Giraffe Feeding9:30 am - Animal Presentation at the Wildlife Hospital10:00 a"""Make the most out of your trip to Palm Springs with a visit to the The Living Desert an incredible zoo and botanical garden representing the desert environments of North America and Africa. This oasis is perfect for the whole family offering over 1200 protected acres
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Wildlands Preserve Nature Tour
"This tour starts with an 8am or 1pm departure time from Palm Desert. Along the way you will visit the Coachella Valley Preserve the Morongo Preserve and the Whitewater Preserve. Because of the concentration of water each locale offers a unique contrast to surrounding desert environs. Lush plant life wildlife water and fascinating geology are all part of this tour.Your expert guide will talk about the windmills the San Andreas Fault Indian Culture and whatever else strikes your interest. Wear comfy walking shoes as short
From $119.00
 
Earthquake Canyon Express Downhill Bike Adventure
"The Earthquake Canyon Express – Riders are treated to a geologic extravaganza on this 20 mile tour that descends through the heart of the San Andreas Fault zone on a paved road to the heart of grape country near Mecca. There are no cross roads no turns and very little traffic which makes this a relaxing sightseeing adventure. Riders will see the stark beauty of the desert as they descend a total of 1200 feet over the route.The course takes riders from the transition zone between the Colorado an winds its way through the narrow canyon walls of Box Canyon and finishes with spectacular views of the Salton Sea Mt. San Jacinto the All-American Canal and the agriculture of the eastern Coachella Valley. The tour finishes with a visit to the Oasis Date Gardens for a date shake and restroom break."
From $105.00

More Restaurants in Palm Desert

Sullivan's Steakhouse

Sullivan's is a nice place, full of energy, to get a steak dish or some seafood. They also serve martinis (shaken not stirred like James Bond likes). Decor is fairly fancy and the service is good. A...
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Basaic
Feb 20, 2013

Pacifica

Pacifica is my choice for seafood in Pam Desert. It has a nice balcony to sit on and watch the people on El Paseo and has a bit less formal an atmosphere than Sullivan's. Food and service is very...
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Basaic
Feb 19, 2013

Omri and Boni

Set in a contemporary building Omri and Boni provides a comfortable setting, excellent service and great food. O & B offers creatively sauced food particularly very fresh fish and grilled meats...
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nyc10025
Apr 04, 2011

Locanda Toscana

Somewhat "off" the mainstream in a supermarket mall that had McDonald's as the "entre" restaurant, Locanda Toscana was recommended by the Concierge of the J.W. Marriott in Palm Desert as a "must see."...
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Agraichen
Apr 04, 2011

LG's Prime Steakhouse

A local favorite that I'd eaten at before in Palm Springs but didn't recall the name. The second restaurant in Palm Desert didn't disappoint either. Casual elegance is the operative word with very...
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Agraichen
Apr 04, 2011

Lakeview

It was 9pm on a Saturday night and we had just finished a full day of sightseeing in the hot desert. Needless to say we were very hungry and not in the mood for dressing up and going out. Lakeview at...
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Robachu1
Apr 04, 2011
 
 
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Colibri Grille

This restaurant was like an old Mexican hacienda...a little dark with lots of wood and a large fireplace. There was a wonderful view of the mountains and the hotel grounds.The food was quite good....
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Apr 04, 2011

LAS CASUELAS NUEVAS RANCHO MIRAGECA

This from there own info:Sip a margarita in the lively bar, relax on the tiled fountain patio or enjoy the music of top entertainers. At Las Casuelas Nuevas — the desert’s most popular destination for...
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daddygila
Apr 04, 2011

Guillermo's

Two real estate agents in the Desert recommended this place to us. We made a reservation and were promptly seated on time. When the chips and salsa arrived we knew we had struck pay dirt. They were...
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LCKT13
May 21, 2009

Casuelas Café

We had a hard time finding a breakfast place that was opened before 10:00am….hmm! So I spotted this place as we sort of drove around in frustration because the boys were so hungry. So we parked and...
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Yaqui
May 15, 2009

California Pizza Kitchen

They have one of these is Bakersfield and we really enjoy it. It did not surprise me to see it located on this fancy strip of property. Have lots of choices of pizza toppings to choose from. I know my...
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May 15, 2009

Pacifica Restaurant and Vodka Bar

Pacifica is typical of near great California cuisine. They have restaurants in San Diego and Palm Desert, and so the menu errs on the corporate side, and it's overly ingenious culinary art. I had a...
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atufft
Feb 21, 2007

Bogies

Bogies is the casual upscale "coffee shop" at the Palm Valley Country Club. Bogies is downstairs at the club house. Breakfast and lunch with a view of the golf course. You don't need membership if you...
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nyc10025
Apr 03, 2005

Restaurant Guillermo

Good Mexican food (real Mexican with dishes you may not have seen before) in a comfortable setting. Most of the staff seem to be from the owner's (who is the chef) family. The service is great and the...
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nyc10025
Apr 03, 2005

Top Hotels in Palm Desert

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74-380 El Camino, Palm Desert, California, 92260, United States
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Top Things to Do in Palm Desert

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El Paseo Art Gallery

There are also a few statues in the El Paseo Shopping District. Most are either fountains or decorative mountain goats. There are also a large number of art galleries/shops along the shopping...
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Living Desert Zoo

Having seen wildlife happy and active in their native habitats many times, I'm less interested in visiting zoos these days. Moreover, I lived in San Diego for eight years and visited the world's...
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Living Desert Botanical Gardens

Much of the effort of The Living Desert is to impress upon visitors the value of desert habitat. Along the walk that visits the zoo, there are a number of garden spots with desert botanicals, some of...
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"Presidential Repose"
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"Basaic Palm Desert Page"
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