Posted by Chris on April 11, 2013 at 03:46 PM CST
Carl Cunningham and Adam Parr, authors of the popular Star Wars Road Trips: The Filming Locations of the United States book, have recently received the green light from the National Park Service for their interactive, guided tours of all of the Star Wars locations in Death Valley National Park located in both California and Nevada. They are now offering official Star Wars Road Trips Tour packages via their website: http://starwarsroadtrips.com/tours/

On the tour, you'll see Mos Eisley Overlook, The Road to Jabba’s Palace, Jawa Canyon (The Jawas’ Crevasse), Bantha Canyon, Artoo’s Arroyo, Sandcrawler Station, Landspeeder Road, Artoo’s Dunes and more!

A lot of detailed information is available on the site and especially in the FAQ section: http://starwarsroadtrips.com/tours/tours-faq/

You can also keep up with all the latest news via their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/StarWarsRoadTrips

Carl and Adam have scheduled their inaugural tour for the weekend of May 31 - June 2. If you've never gone Star Wars location scouting, there's no better time to start. Grab a copy of the book and start planning your trip now!
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