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Holidays to Palm Springs ​

With 354 days of warm sunshine a year, one thing you're guaranteed on holidays to Palm Springs, California is a tan. A relaxed desert oasis complete with swaying palms, this upmarket hideaway has long been a favourite with A-listers from Frank Sinatra to Goldie Hawn - and it's easy to see why. With its reliable climate, manicured streets, stunning desert landscapes and impressive list of things to see and do, it's the perfect place to chill.

Perched on the edge of the Sonoran Desert and surrounded by mountains, the Palm Springs scenery is spectacular. Relax by the pool with a long drink and admire the view from afar. Or get up closer to Mother Nature on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, which hoists you over the red cliffs of Chino Canyon for a spectacular birds-eye view. There's also plenty of hiking trails and outdoor tours in the dramatic wilderness all around.

There's culture in the desert too, with a clutch of museums to keep you occupied. A favourite is the Air Museum, with restored World War II aeroplanes that still fly and passionate volunteers keen to relate their stories. Also the world-class Art Museum, complete with the Annenberg Theatre, which stages productions throughout the year; and the Children's Discovery Museum, with plenty of interactive exhibits for the kids.

The trappings of the celebrity lifestyle are all around in Palm Springs, and that means top-notch places to shop, eat and enjoy life. There's sublime boutique shopping, celebrity-chef restaurants and top-notch golf courses to indulge in. But if, like most, your budget won't quite stretch to Hollywood standards, then there's great outlet stores, family restaurants and Knott's Soak City water park to enjoy too. Because on holidays to Palm Springs, you don't have to be a star to have a stellar time.​

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Agua Caliente Indian Canyons

Agua Caliente Indian CanyonsOnce the roaming ground of the native Cahuilla tribe, there is no better place than Indian Canyons to appreciate the spectacular natural beauty of the desert. Either hike freestyle or take a ranger tour to get up close to fantastic rock formations, natural palm oases, and fascinating local fauna and flora. Also spot relics from the Cahuilla people's ancient past.

Glorious Golf

Palm Springs is pure paradise for golf fans. Why else would Bing Crosby have lived here? Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort, just minutes from Downtown, has two championship courses, while at Indian CanyonsGolf Resort you can play surrounded by mountain scenery on three sides. Plus there are around 90 other local courses to choose from.

Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

Take a trip 2600 metres up Mount Jacinto for spectacular views over the Coachella Valley. During the climb the tramway's cars rotate 360⁰ for the full panoramic experience, and once at the top there's an observation deck, two restaurants and hiking trails through beautiful San Jacinto State Park and Wilderness. Expect snow in winter.

The Living Desert

See the animals that inhabit deserts landscapes all over the world, from California's own road runners to African giraffes. You can either walk or take a tram tour through a number of distinct desert zones, learning all about the dizzying variety of plants, insects and wildlife along the way. There's 1,200 acres in all.

That's Entertainment

There's a good variety of night-life on holidays to Palm Springs. There's a clubbing scene for the energetic, lots of good hotel bars, karaoke if that's your bag, and restaurants serving everything from haute cuisine to steak and fries. Palm Canyon Drive has a lively scene at night and you shouldn't miss The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies variety show at the Plaza Theatre.

Fly Drive Holiday: California Beaches and Deserts

Los Angeles – Palm Springs – San Diego – Laguna Beach

Our suggested fly drive itinerary offers the perfect mix of sightseeing, outdoor adventure and beach or poolside relaxation. Los Angeles will be your first port of call where you can enjoy a bit of celebrity spotting before heading on to idyllic Palm Springs, the perfect place to hone your golfing skills or explore California’s natural wilderness. Travel on to San Diego where you can experience great all year round weather and many activities for the whole family to enjoy. End this fly drive tour with a relaxing couple of nights in Laguna Beach where you can unwind on the white sandy beaches.
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Motorcycle Holiday: Guided Wild West Tour

Los Angeles– Palm Springs –Laughlin – Grand Canyon – Monument Valley – Bryce Canyon – Las Vegas

Grab yourself a Harley Davidson or Honda and take the ride of your life through the cities, deserts, mountains and canyons of the Wild West on this exciting guided motorcycle holiday! Your journey takes you from the urban sprawl of Los Angeles to the desert oasis of Palm Springs, then through some of America’s most iconic vistas at the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley and Bryce Canyon. Your last stop is Las Vegas, where the journey may be over but the adventure continues as you discover the bright lights and brash hotels of Sin City.
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The Earthquake Canyon Bike Express, Palm Springs, CA  
Knott's This easy to moderate 20 mile bike ride follows a paved path through the Palm Desert boasting expansive views of the Salton Sea, Mt. San Jacinto, the All-American Canal and the Coachella Valley. Descending through the heart of the San Andreas Fault zone between the Colorado Desert and Mojave Desert, wind your way through narrow canyon walls and end with a refreshing drink at the Oasis Date Gardens. The tour includes snacks, water and a support vehicle. From £45 per person.

Palm Springs Wildlands Preserve Nature Tour 
This nature tour from the Palm Desert takes you on a scenic journey through Southern California's rich, diverse scenery. Traveling from the Colorado Desert to the Mojave Desert, you'll visit three unique landscapes of the Wildlands Conservancy, a network of 12 nature preserves full of beautiful mountains, valleys, deserts, rivers and coastline. From £47 per person.

Joshua Tree National Park Jeep Adventure
This tour takes you to one of the nation's most outstanding wilderness treasures, Joshua Tree National Park. At 1.2 million square miles Joshua National Park is roughly the size of Rhode Island. During the tour you will take in unspoiled desert vistas, spectacular rock formations, unique plant and animal life, and outstanding geology. From £75 per person.

The Palm Springs Tram
Open year round the tram gives visitors spectacular views of the surrounding desert valleys, mountains and the town of Palm Springs. A ride up at dusk is a particularly special time to take in the views. From $25 per person (payable locally).

With year round sunshine and over 130 golf courses Palm Springs is arguably one of America’s top golf holiday destinations.


Time Difference:
GMT- 8 hours

Closest Airport: 
Palm Springs International Airport (approx. 12 hours and 30 minutes) Los Angeles International Airport (approx. 11 hours), Note: Los Angeles international airport is approx. a 2 hour drive from Palm Springs.

Getting around:
Hire a car and explore the surrounding areas. Check out the great selection of dining options, attractions and local excursions available. Car hire is available from £21 per day.

Insider Tip:
Joshua Tree National Park lays on the doorstep of Palm Springs, so be sure to explore the park which is home to the famous Joshua Tree.

You’re going to need an ESTA:
For anyone travelling to the USA, the US authorities require passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP) to register for an Electronic Travel Authority. Just fill in the online application form which you can find at You will need to apply for entry via ESTA a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel.

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