July 20, 2012
-- Known for diversity, the fashionable desert city Palm Springs offers hundreds of activities to its tourists. With a variety of entertaining things to do, the acclaimed desert resort always set to make your stay memorable. You can enjoy the musical offerings at The Annenberg Theater in the Desert Museum or witness the McCallum Theatre for the Performing Arts in Palm Desert. On the other hand take pleasure at the great Farmers Market every Saturday morning or participate every Thursday at the Village Fest shows off the desert’s artists, artisans, and entertainers from October through May.
This desert resort in California takes pride in arranging several events. Being situated at the base of southern California's Santa Rosa Mountains and nestled at the foot of 10,000-foot Mt. San Jacinto, in an area long famous for its hot springs. Moreover, it is the site of many winter tourists, and golf tournaments. Playing golf or swimming is among the favorite activities of the travelers here at Palm Springs. Furthermore, riding the Tramway is complete fun for the families.
All the more, Palm Springs invites you to take part in some research on all the different ways to enjoy at the Valley and its surrounding cities during your vacation here. The upscale desert city has all for you whether you are an adventurous person or an indoors person, Choose any kind of activity that suits you from renting bikes, motorcycles, and even quads. You can plan a guided tour of the desert on a Jeep or Hummer. If you prefer to enjoy indoors, then the Valley has many ways for the visitors to have some fun that matches your taste.
Do not miss the opportunity of have the benefit of the Earthquake Canyon Bike Express Tour. At the tour riders are treated to a geologic burlesque on a 20 mile tour. Starting from the center of the San Andreas Fault zone on a paved road to the heart of grape country near Mecca, makes a relaxing sightseeing adventure. Another top most attraction in the desert area is the Cabot’s Pueblo Museum located in the heart of Desert Hot Springs. A four stories edifice the Pueblo includes 35 rooms, 150 windows and 65 doors.
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