Indian Wells offer some of Greater Palm Springs’ most luxe hotels as part of the city’s mission to “create an unsurpassed quality of life.”
What’s on your bucket list? Nonprofit My Jump! based in La Quinta works with seniors around the country to fulfill actionable dreams.
The newly built observatory is part of Rancho Mirage’s focus on state-of-the-art technology and programming like free concerts.
Coachella restaurants offer authentic Mexican cuisine, including street tacos, hurarches, sopas, and seafood dishes exclusive to the area.
Indio is the largest and fastest-growing city in eastern Riverside County, carving out its own destination niche as the desert’s City of Festivals.
The city is the backdrop for the Palm Desert Food & Wine festival, and the surrounding restaurants have upped their game.
Indian Wells made its debut in 1967 as the 400th town to be incorporated in California and has seen rapid development of exclusive resorts and golf courses.
Today, Coachella is the epicenter of Mexican culture in the valley, with its internationally famous Coachella Walls murals.
The mission in Indian Wells is to “create an unsurpassed quality of life”, and that certainly applies to its dining options.
La Quinta is one of only two cities in the nation to be named after a resort (the other is Beverly Hills) when it was incorporated in 1982.