Sweet Death Valley Lodging Deal for ‘Everyday Heroes'

Oasis at Death Valley is offering teachers, military members, and first responders a discount on stay-overs.

A DAY IN THE DESERT? You're for sure going to experience one or more of the following: sunshine (even if, yes, it is the rare cloudy day), vistas (the desert has so many epic long views), plants (chaparral, cacti, scrubby shrubs, and such), and a feeling of really being away from it all.

True, your phone may still have a few bars, but in your heart, you're experiencing a sense of pleasant disconnection from the daily to-dos, the hourly must-dos, and everything that can feel so hectic, and now-now-now, in our day-to-day rush-rush.

If finding that quiet time, those vistas, a load of warming sunbeams, and a good deal, too, is just what you've been searching for, turn your gaze in the direction of Death Valley National Park, for...

THE OASIS AT DEATH VALLEY... has what you're longing for.

The historical duo of stay-over spots at Furnace Creek welcome visitors even in the toastiest of stretches, which the park is now entering, but that can be a sublime time to call upon the desert, too: Less rush-rush, more peace-quiet. And if you're a teacher, a first responder, or you serve in the military, the Oasis wants to say thanks to our "everyday heroes" with a deal that's good through July 15, 2018.

The basics? You'll be able to save 20 percent from June 1 through the middle of July at either property, the more rustic but oh-so-comfy Ranch at Death Valley or the recently refurbished, posh-but-unfussy Inn at Death Valley. The deal is called Back to Summer, and you'll want the code SUMMER to book this sweet getaway (book and save, that is). 

THAT THE DEAL... begins just after Memorial Day is meaningful.

"Thank you" is at the heart of the savings-cool offer, a show gratitude for those who do so much for us. Are you a teacher, a military member, or a first responder?

Take a day or two away from the aforementioned rush-rush, find some vistas, gaze upon the Panamint Mountains or hike Zabriskie Point, and enjoy those spectacular summer sunrises that seem to be a Death Valley trademark. More info? June's coming up: Start here.

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