Just a few hours outside of LA lies Joshua Tree National Park. An endless place to explore and discover the desert.
The Joshua Tree National Park is located at the intersection of the elevated Mojave Desert and the lower elevation of the Cololrado Desert in the southeast of Southern California. Joshua trees are almost all over Joshua National Park, and the park is named after Joshua Tree. The Joshua Tree National Park is very original. There is no water in the whole park. The weather is very hot. It is recommended to prepare enough water before departure to add oil to the car. There is no signal in the
national park. I suggest you download the offline map before you go. Although you can get a map when you buy tickets at the door, Google Maps is more practical. Because the desert is particularly cold after the sun goes down, there are street lights and the like on the roadside. It is recommended to leave the park before the sun goes down, although the park at sunset is more beautiful~
It may not be the most famous national park in the United States, but I think this is a stop that you should not miss out on. Joshua Tree, the unique life in the desert, has a special vitality. Here, you can experience the wonderful desert of the West.
This is a peculiar park, not only with boulders, rocky mountains, gold ruins, but also desert plains dotted with quirky trees. Joshua Tree is a short-lived yucca, located in the National Park between the Mojave Desert and the Colorado Desert. Perhaps because the park is in a desert desert, perhaps because everyone is more familiar with California's famous Yosemite Park and the nearby Death Valley Park, this place is often overlooked. The intersection of altitudes creates an amazing desert flora in the ecologically alternating zone, including the Joshua Tree, a bizarre tree. From the splendid sunsets to the starry nights, Joshua Tree always exudes a distinctive beauty.