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3 Star Starred
Joshua Tree - From Orange County
Departs from ARTIC transportation hub 2626 East Katella Avenue Anaheim, CA 92806
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4.6 average rating
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12 reviews
1 stars
attended Apr 05 2014

I turned out to be an entire day. There were only 4 of us and the driver/docent. We first stopped at Morongo Reserve where we hiked around. It was a swamp land with underground water so there was much vegetation and wildlife, including birds. ...continued

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10 reviews
2 stars
attended Dec 28 2014

Area is pretty,-I think there should be increased narration, a better snack variety and a different format.

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Check out the stellar Goldstar member reviews of this tour from Los Angeles.


Please eat breakfast ahead of time and bring money for lunch. You’re encouraged to bring at least $30 in cash for optional activities.

Also recommended to bring are a water bottle, snacks, sunscreen and other sun protection. Please dress appropriately for outdoor weather. Not all locations will have air-conditioning. Some physical activity and walking in the sun will take place.

The excursion runs 10-12 hours, depending on traffic.


  • Down-to-earth and passionate tour guides
  • Take in the vastness of 360_° _natural landscapes
  • Enjoy the ride in comfort with air conditioning
  • Discover ever-changing desert art of this unique community
  • Climb around mountains of huge monzo-granite boulders
  • Enjoy beginner to moderate level hiking
  • Explore the majestic Mojave Desert
  • Experience historic and cultural sites along the way
  • Check out alien architecture with ‘healing powers’
  • Go back in time at popular old western movie set
  • See cool stuff while on hikes: old pictographs, seasonal rock climbers