How to spend your vacation in the Palm Springs

How to spend your vacation in the Palm Springs

Palm Spring, the desert resort city in California is known for its great attractions. Biking, golf, swimming and tennis in the nearby desert and mountains are amongst the countless fun exciting things to do in the Palm Springs. The clean and dry air and sunshine make the place irresistible. Here are some of the best places in the Palm Springs where you would enjoy the sun more than ever.

Desert Life:

The living Desert is a public botanical garden and zoo in the desert of Palm Springs. With its 450 wild animals, the zoo remarkably represents the desert wild life of North America and Africa. It covers an area of 1200 protected areas. You can enjoy animal shows, tranquil gardens, model train exhibit, play parks, hiking trails, tram rides and much more here.


With its 109 holes spread over six championship courses, this place is also known as “The Western Home of Golf in America”. This is the perfect choice for any golf lover and the Palm Springs has proudly hosted many tournaments including the Humana Challenge. You can also enjoy unlimited golfing here.

Shields Date Garden:

Palm Springs is famous for its excellent quality dates and the Palm Springs along with the Coachella Valley is also known as the “Date Capital of the World”. Your visit to the springs is incomplete without tasting the famous Shields date milkshake. The dates are produced without using pesticides and chemical fertilizers and store has almost all the varieties of dates.

Air Museum:

The Air Museum at the Palm Springs boasts the largest collection of Flyable airplanes of the Second World War IT and is also a home to a many artifacts, artwork and library sources related to the War and the American history. Vintage car collection, 27 War birds and B-17 Bomber are some of the attractions of the museum. You can also try your hands on a flight stimulator.

Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway:

This landmark is a perfect icon of Mid-Century Modern architecture. It is designed in four circles made up of glass and stone that go well with the natural landscape. This place is also called as the “Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway” after Elvis and Priscilla. This retro wonderland is open for guided public tours daily. 


Here are some of the most enchanting and wonderful places in the Palm Springs that will surely help you make the best of your vacations.

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