Beautiful Hiking Trails & Guided Tours
For professionally guided outdoor eco tours of Joshua Tree National Park and the surrounding Mohave Desert, turn to the Joshua Tree Excursions team in majestic Joshua Tree, California. A gateway community.
Join us for a different kind of tour experience. We customize private, concierge adventures and semi-private tours for people of all ages and interests. From the active and adventurous, to the relaxed explorer, just wanting to get away. Ours is not your typical tour….Our customizable journeys, are recommended for active, adventurous, individuals, couples and groups of all age, who want an outdoor Eco-experience, not just a tour. With the many different and interesting choice of trails in Joshua Tree National Park and surrounding Mojave Desert, we provide you with an opportunity to see things you'd never see on other tours or from the comfort of your car.
We explore great trails, rock formations, historic sites and majestic landscapes that are unique to the high desert and Joshua Tree national Park.
Escape the daily grind and spend some time with us, rejuvenating the spirit, meeting new friends, learning new things and enjoying a high desert experience that will have you coming back for more.
We offer fully customizable, hiking, camping, rock climbing and backpacking journeys; lasting from five hours to seven days. We provide excursions that give you an intimate, personalized, introductory experience to the wonders of the high desert. The maximum group size is 14 ensuring individualized attention and concierge service. Minimum tour size is 2.
For larger groups, please visit our corporate events or build you own journey pages.
Don’t forget about our full moon hikes, nightsky presentations and photography workshops.
Book early as our unique tours fill up fast.
Serving: Twentynine Palms, Joshua Tree, Yucca Valley, Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs, and the Coachella Valley with hiking, camping, backpacking and night sky journeys.
What to Bring
For the best experience, come prepared. We recommend sturdy, comfortable, closed-toed shoes as the terrain varies and can be rugged at times. To avoid discomfort, we also recommend bringing sunscreen and lip balm. In the high desert, the weather can change rapidly, so bring a light jacket or sweatshirt. We also recommend a hat and sunglasses.
A backpack or other convenient bag is great for holding anything you might need. Of course, a camera is recommended to capture your visual memories. Most importantly, bring a sense of adventure and a desire for discovery.
What Not to Bring
The National Park has strict prohibitions and regulations relating to the following items:
We are an eco-friendly enterprise, committed to protecting and preserving the environment. We operate on the
philosophy of "Take only pictures, leave only footprints." If you pack it in, pack it out!