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The desert makes up 38% of California. Technically, there are 3 different deserts in California: The Great Basin, the Mojave Desert and the Colorado Desert. Although they might appear as minimalist landscapes, deserts are surprisingly full of life and diversity. Scramble the rocks at Joshua Tree National Park or spend a night stargazing in a place with no light pollution. Maybe you want to escape the heat of the desert and explore San Jacinto Peak via the world's largest rotating tramway at Palm Springs Tramway. What does the lowest place in North America look like? Go to Death Valley National Park's Badwater Basin and see for yourself. Go bird watching at the Salton Sea where over 400 birds can be spotted. Hike The Slot, go cactus hunting….or if you’re really lucky you just might see an explosion of color during a super bloom at Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. The desert can be inspiring and beautiful places to explore, photograph, meditate, hike, rock climb, and stargaze.