Not Far from El Centro, the San Andreas Fault is a Visit like No Other.
El Centro Residents Know About the San Andreas Fault, but Few Have Driven Through it.
One need only think of the El Centro earthquake of 1940 to understand how intertwined the city’s history and development is with the San Andreas fault. Many Californians and visitors to the state are constantly alert regarding seismic activity natural to the area. A good way to learn more about the fault takes place not too far. Leaving from Palm Desert, you can explore the geologic features of the San Andreas fault. At the same time, a guide explains the vegetation and animal life in the formation and the influence of the Native American Cahuilla tribe. Make sure to consult online availability to book a tour and keep in mind the following-
- The tour is done in an open-air Jeep, leaving from Palm Desert.
- You will be able to walk around some areas, as explained by the naturalist guide traveling with you.
- A minimum of 2 guests is necessary to book the tour, and it is not wheelchair accessible.
Just as we expect the San Andreas to act up occasionally, we should assume flash flooding will happen in our region. SERVPRO technicians are ready to help when flash flooding removal services are necessary following a natural event. When a disaster occurs, it is time to leave it up to the experts, and SERVPRO of El Centro/Salton City is the best water restoration company in the region. Contact us at (760) 337-5858 and let us leave your home, “Like it never even happened.”