Take the trails less traveled and discover the hidden natural beauty of Palm Springs in a way that can only be described as exhilarating and breathtaking - stay in one of our Palm Springs vacation rentals and make sure to take a guided tour by horseback. See canyons, waterways, flora and fauna as well as ancient tribal lands at a leisurely pace while your guide leads you safely along well-established trails.
Don't worry about being a skilled rider - all stables are highly safety-conscious and offer rides for everyone, whether it's your first time on a horse or you're an experienced rider. And you can choose from different types of trails and varied lengths of your ride, all led by experienced guides. Here are just a few of the stables in the Palm Springs area:
Even though we have full chef kitchens in all of our Palm Springs vacation rentals there's no need to cook.
This year, Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week is back and better than ever! From Friday, June 2 to Sunday, June 11, experience all the best in dining that Palm Springs and the surrounding areas have to offer. Sample great menu items and multiple courses for $15-25 (lunch) and $29-49 (dinner). At these amazing prices, you can treat yourself to a new cuisine every night! From steaks to seafood and Californian to international, experience culinary excitement and diversity in the heart of the Coachella Valley.
Staying in one of our Palm Springs vacation rentals and want to find the best hiking in the valley?
Palm Springs offers a huge variety of fun and adventurous hikes, one of the most popular and enjoyable lies in the Andreas Canyon. This canyon is a member the legendary Indian Canyons, the traditional home of the Agua Caliente Cahuilla Indians. Today, hints of their past still fill the canyon in the form of ancient rock art, trails, and stone tools. Andreas Canyon is also filled with a wide variety of beautiful plant and animal life. No trip to Palm Springs would be complete without visiting the unusual rock formations and cultural history filling this canyon.
Staying in one of our Palm Springs vacation rentals and want to find the best hiking in the valley? Want to get the most from your Palm Springs getaway? Spend some time discovering the incomparable natural, native beauty that the Agua Caliente Cahuilla Indians discovered over 2,000 years ago. Settling in the canyons and mountains of what is now called Indian Canyons, these peaceful Native Americans were actually the first residents of Palm Springs.
Within Indian Canyons, part of the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation, are several unique hiking trails, each with its own beauty and history to share. Murray Canyon is actually named after one of Palm Springs' founders, Welwood Murray, who built and ran the first 26-room hotel here in 1886, before Palm Springs was even an official village. During your hike, keep your eyes open for remnants of old settlements that once stood in the canyon.