Joshua Tree / Yucca Valley
The city of Joshua Tree and Yucca Valley of the Southern California High Desert region is known for its energetically charged desert vibe. The Joshua Tree area draws international visitors and nature lovers, largely due its vast protected national park that's characterized by rugged boulder formations and striking Joshua Trees, native to the Mojave Desert.
We are just 15 minutes from the majestic Joshua Tree National Park entrance and within 30-45 minutes from the Low Desert’s Coachella Valley (including the famous cities of Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, La Quinta, and Coachella).
Neighborhood & Climate
Gaia Villa is located in the upscale residential area of Upper Sky Harbor in the High Desert town of Yucca Valley. Enjoy refreshing morning walks or hikes in the neighborhood with mesmerizing desert views and fauna. Black Rock Campground with hiking trails only 5 minutes away. Our guests will also appreciate the convenience of major grocery stores, shops, and restaurants within a quick 10 minute drive.
Yucca Valley welcomes visitors year-round, with more moderate desert temperatures typically ranging from average lows of 34°F (1°C) in the winter months to 95°F (35°C) in the summer months. Even in the warmer summer months, guests enjoy a fresh breeze thanks to our higher elevation.
Month: High / Low (°F)
January: 60°F / 35°F
February: 62°F / 37°F
March: 68°F / 40°F
April: 74°F / 45°F
May: 82° F / 51°F
June: 92°F / 60°F
July: 96°F / 68°F
August: 96°F / 67°F
September: 90°F / 60°F
October: 79°F / 49°F
November: 67°F / 39°F
December: 58°F / 34°F
Joshua Tree National Park -- The world-famous national park is known for its unique and endangered Joshua Trees, rugged rock formations and vast desert landscape, and is the spot to go for hiking, rock climbing, or simply taking in the views.
Rock Climbing -- With over 8,000 climbing routes and 2,000 spots for bouldering, Joshua Tree National Park is the ultimate spot for climbers.
Hiking -- From beginner trails to expert hiking trails, Joshua Tree National Park has something for everyone looking to explore the area’s unique desert views and ecosystem.
Pioneertown -- Built in 1946 as a “living breathing movie set”, Pioneer Town welcomes visitors to step back into the frontier days of the Old West. Along the short drive, enjoy breathtaking views of boulders formations.
The Integratron -- A landmark one-of-a-kind wood dome used for sound baths, and a popular spot for visitors looking for a unique wellness experience.