Climb aboard one of our Big Red Jeeps for a visit to the ancestral home of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, where stunning rock formations and the contrasting greens of magnificent fan palms and more than 150 species of plants beckon travelers to the lush palm oases of the Palm Springs Indian Canyons.
PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT an off-road tour. If you are looking for an off-road / 4WD experience, we recommend one of our San Andreas Fault Jeep Tours or our Mecca Hills / Painted Canyon Jeep Tour.
There is a 5% cancellation penalty for cancellations received at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled departure. There is no refund for cancellations received within 48 hours of the scheduled tour departure or for no-shows unless we cancel the tour due to weather or safety issues.
Guests with neck, back, or serious injuries and women who are pregnant are advised to consult with their doctor before taking any Jeep Tour.
The departure location for this tour is from the loading zone in front of Lulu’s California Bistro in downtown Palm Springs [Map]:
200 S. Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Springs, CA 92262
Complimentary hotel pickup is available for guests staying in the City of Palm Springs, subject to availability. Pickup from Rancho Mirage is also available for an additional charge of $25 per booking. To request hotel pickup, please call our office at (760) 324-5337 a day or two before your tour.
Hotel pickup adds approximately 15-30 minutes to the tour duration, depending on your pickup location and number of pickups scheduled.
Same as departure.
Private tour price is per jeep. Each jeep can hold up to 7 guests.
Online reservations are accepted until 48 hours prior to departure. Within 48 hours, please call our reservations Desk at (760) 324-5337 to inquire about availability.
OCTOBER – MAY
9:00 AM & 1:00 PM departures
JUNE – SEPTEMBER
8:00 AM departure
Tour Duration: 3 Hours
Offered daily, year round
Greater Palm Springs Convention
and Visitor’s Bureau (CVB)
Palm Springs Bureau of Tourism
Society of American Travel Writers
Bureau of Land Management/US Department of Interior
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