In need of inspiration? Chill & shoot in Greater Palm Springs

Greater Palm Springs has selected for you its most beautiful landscapes to offer you great opportunities to shoot its colors, its nature, its atmosphere and thus share its lifestyle. Atmosphere slow travel, take the time and admire ...

Tahquitz Falls

Tahquitz Canyon Visitor Center

Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort

Tahquitz Canyon is one of the most beautiful canyons in the Agua Caliente reserve of the Cahuilla Indians. Tahquitz Canyon is home to a spectacular 18-meter seasonal waterfall, featuring rock art, ancient irrigation systems, native wildlife and plants. Located at the entrance to the canyon, the Tahquitz Canyon Visitor Center offers educational and cultural exhibits. The Center also exhibits art objects, an observation deck and a theater room to discover the legend of the Tahquitz canyon.

Open daily from October to June and weekends only (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) from July to September.

Admission $ 12,5 per adult and $ 6 per child under 12 years old.

Palm canyon

Palm canyon

24 km long, Palm Canyon is one of the still unspoiled regions of the southwestern United States. Its native flora and fauna, which the Cahuilla people used so well, and its abundant Washingtonia will spin (California Fan Palm) contrast with the rocky gorges and desert lands beyond the canyon. A walking path descends into the canyon for picnicking by the stream, meditating, exploring, hiking or horseback riding. During your stay in Palm Canyon, discover the Visitor Center where you will find maps for hiking, Native American art, books, pottery, baskets, weaving allowing you to better understand the traditions of the Cahuilla Indians.

Galleta Meadows from Anza Borrego

Anza borrego

Anza borrego

Some locals will tell you that the small town of Borrego Springs reminds them of the Greater Palm Springs of before: small, open, embraced by the calm of the desert and the most starry sky thanks to the absence of light pollution. Here we find the purity and beauty of the desert, it is the starting point to explore the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park of more than 2000 km². At the end of winter Anza Borrego State Park is very colorful thanks to the many wild flowers.

In Borrego Springs, Galleta Meadows Estate is privately owned with over 130 large metal art sculptures. The sculptures were created by South Californian artist Ricardo Breceda via a commission from Dennis Avery, the owner. Galleta Meadows is not fenced and therefore is open to the public for tours, including hiking and horseback riding as well as for picnics. Ideal places for photography open every day of the year.

Joshua Tree National Park

We don't present it anymore ... Welcome to Joshua Tree National Park!

Joshua Tree is a mix of wild desert, "forests" of Joshua trees, desert fauna (coyots, snakes, birds), panoramic views of the Greater Palm Springs valley and much more for lovers of the forest. 'adventure.

Depending on the season, plan a hike, overnight camping, climbing or guided tour. In spring, watch the colorful spring flowers or spy on a desert turtle emerging from hibernation. The geology there is atypical with steep mountains, misshapen rocks, granite monoliths, arroyos, ect.

Joshua Tree are also the abandoned mines of gold diggers in 1800 waiting to be discovered along the many hiking trails ...

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