tel: 760-786-9872 – email: ref@farabeejeeprentals.com
Tours available year round
*** All tours include snacks and water ***

Death Valley Jeep Rentals

2-door —– $195/day taxes, fees and gas not included (seats 2)
4-door —– $235/day taxes, fees and gas not included (seats 5)

Collision Damage Waiver(CDW) available with non-US Drivers License —- $60/day with $2000 deductible
Jeep rental season is 1st September through the end of May.
* Pick Up between 8am and 10am, Drop off that same evening (PLEASE KNOW THIS IS NOT A 24 HOUR RENTAL)


Easy: Can be done by the novice. Many sections may not require 4WD in good conditions.  Roads are unpaved, infrequently maintained and are likely to have moderate grades, potholes, ruts, and edges with no guard rails.

Moderate: Can be done by the novice. Most people will find these trails to be a fun adventure with some steep climbs, narrow ledge roads (plenty wide for one Jeep, but not wide enough to pass in many places), some rocks that require slow & careful ascent, and water crossings that could be as high as the bumpers. The key is to take your time, go slow, and pay attention. The biggest concern on these trails is watching for other vehicles and taking the time to find a safe place to pass.

Challenging: Not recommended for the novice. Even experienced 4-wheelers may find the obstacles and ledges intimidating, and damage to vehicle is possible, unless extreme caution, careful throttle control and precise wheel placement is exercised.

Difficult: Experienced 4-wheelers only. Solo travel not recommended. Vehicle damage possible, even with slow ascent and careful wheel placement. Tippy sections, rocks and ledges 16

Impossible:  Prohibited trails for Farabee vehicles!


Ticket Price (All Ages): $280.00

Our tour of the Racetrack is roughly an 8 hour tour. It requires 2.5-3 hours of driving both to and from the Racetrack Playa; half of which is on rough washboard dirt roads. This tour allows our guests roughly 1 hour of time for exploring, photography and hiking of the Racetrack Playa and surrounding area. We provide this tour more for the convenience of Death Valley Visitors that have a desire to travel to the Racetrack however do not want to go alone.


Our guides will take you to the best locations for photographs and provide you with the safety of knowing how to drive the roads, being able to change any flat tires, and also answer questions about the surrounding area. Your vehicle will also be equipped with a GPS Spot locator device, and first aid kit incase of any vehicular emergencies or medical emergency. Also please note that all of our tour guides are first aide/CPR certified.

We do require a minimum of 2 guests to run this tour.

Please note that this tour is only offered on certain days so you will need to call and make a reservation in advance.

Start Time: 9:00am
End Time: 5:00pm


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Death Valley Jeep Tours

RV TOUR “Go Where No RV Can”

Ticket Price (All Ages): $105.00

Being in an RV can be rough, they’re so big its almost impossible to enjoy all the wonders Death Valley National Park has to offer. This 3 hour RV designed tour takes you to the places an RV cant! Join us as we travel through Artist’s Drive, 20 Mule Team Canyon and Dante’s View.

Times: 9-12 am and 1-4 pm


Ticket Price (All Ages): $65.00

The Badwater Tour is a 2 hour tour that travels through Harmony Borax Works to learn about the Borax mining in Death Valley and through Artist Drive to see the beautiful Artist Palette. This tour also includes Badwater Basin and one surprise location. Times: 9-11 am and 1-3 pm

Please note that there is a 2 person minimum for this tour to run.


Ticket Price (All Ages): $105.00

The Echo Canyon Tour is a 3 hour long tour that begins with Twenty Mule Team Canyon and takes you out to the historic Inyo Mine site which is significant to our Death Valley history. The trail head is roughly 2 miles from our store location and makes for a lovely tour that is mostly on back country roads. During this you will also experience the unique slot canyon which contains the Eye of The Needle rock formation.

Please note that there is a 2 person minimum for this tour to run.



Ticket Price (All Ages): $145.00

Our Titus Canyon Tour is a 4 hour long adventure that takes you through Rhyolite Ghost town just west of Beatty Nevada and then through Titus Canyon in Death Valley National Park. While driving through to the mouth of the canyon you will climb to roughly 5000 feet in elevation at Red Pass, drop back down into Leadfield Ghost Town and also pass by petroglyphs that were made by the Nevares Timbisha Shoshone Indians. At both Rhyolite and Leadfield Ghost Towns you will have an opportunity to get out of the tour jeep and walk around the remaining structures, take picture and while doing so the top of the vehicle (if in an enclosed jeep) will be removed by your tour guide to provide optimal viewing of the canyon  itself.

Once at the mouth of Titus Canyon  it is time to look up and enjoy the wonders of water, its power and time. You will have the canyon walls standing high on both sides of you and also different rock formations, numerous sedimentary layers to view going all different directions and wildlife species in their natural habitats.

During this tour our guides will provide the historical background for the sites you will be seeing and also be available to answer questions that you or others may have in regards to your trip.

Times: 8-12 am and 1-5 pm

We do require a minimum of 2 people for this tour to be run and we offer it twice a day everyday of our season.


If you’ve never been here before then this is the tour for you!

Ticket Price (All Ages): $195.00

This tour offers you the experience that is Death Valley National Park. Combining both the Badwater tour and the Titus Canyon tour in one day and getting a price cut all at the same time.

What a trip!

See all the obtainable highlights Death Valley has to offer in just 6 hours. Times vary as this tour combines two separate tours so please call to check for availability.

Please know there will be a lunch break between the 1st and 2nd part of this tour where you will be given time to eat at the Furnace Creek Ranch. (Lunch is not included with ticket price.)

Schedule: 9-11 am. Lunch break (where guests are dropped off at the Furnace Creek Ranch to enjoy lunch and the Borax Museum) The 2nd part begins at 1-5p

Minimum of 2 guests for this tour to run.



tel: 760-786-9872 – email: ref@farabeejeeprentals.com
Tours available year round
*** All tours include snacks and water ***