3 Things To Do in Palm Springs
On the one hand, there’s so many things to see and do when you visit Palm Springs; on the other hand, a vacation in Palm Springs is a chance to relax and take life easy as the locals do. It’s a fairly cheerful predicament to have, and with a bit of planning before your trip, you can take some time to relax while also taking advantage of the opportunity to experience some fun activities. Here are some suggestions to help you make up your mind.
1. Play Golf
Palm Springs is one of the most alluring golf destinations in the world. This is due partly to the stark beauty of the desert setting against a picturesque mountain backdrop, but mostly because Palm Springs golf courses were designed by some of the most prestigious course architects in the world to be both exciting and challenging.
2. Take a Hike
Palms Springs offers quite a few opportunities to take a hike and enjoy the exquisite natural landscape. If you just want to spend an hour or two experiencing the great outdoors, try a visit to Tahquitz Canyon or the part-zoo, part-botanical garden called The Living Desert. On the other hand, if you’re willing to spend up to a whole day on your rustic excursion, consider a visit to Indian Canyons or Joshua Tree National Park.
3. Tour a Historic Celebrity Home
If you’re a fan of early rock’n’roll, or if you’re drawn to the glitz and glamour of Southern California, you definitely want to check out Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway. This is a fun attraction where an Elvis or Priscilla look-alike will guide you through the home where the King and his wife lived after their wedding and where they welcomed their first and only child. Consider purchasing tickets in advance, as space is limited.
These are only a few examples of things to do in Palm Springs. Whatever you decide to do, try to strike the proper balance between activity and leisure.
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