Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours
For a romantic and dramatic trip through the Grand Canyon, try the Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour. You’ll see a great view of Hoover Dam and Lake Mead. This tour is so extreme in going farther and deeper than any tour before, that you’ll feel like you are getting a true bird’s eye view.
After leaving the Canyon, you’ll get to see the Valley of Fire, the Bowl of Fire, and the Iceberg Canyon before returning back to the ground. Bring your camera and sunscreen and check out this unforgettable Las Vegas experience. Discount Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours are an excellent way to get out of Vegas and into nature.
The Walking Gourmet
People can’t get enough of food events, so The Walking Gourmet tour is very popular in Vegas. There isn’t an exhaustive amount of walking because the tour is mostly tastings. You’ll head with the group to five different restaurants and sample a tasting menu at each.
You can either choose the “Reserve the Mystery Tour” to be surprised at which restaurants will be on the tour, or book the regular tour. Tours take place Monday through Saturday, starting at 2:00 and lasting around three hours. Some of the most popular dishes tasted have been plantain empanadas, salmon flatbread, and shrimp spring rolls.
Show Bus of the Stars
Show Bus of the Stars is fun way to hang out with some celebrity impersonators on a double-decker bus tour through Vegas. The celebrities interact, sing songs, take photos, and share facts and history. They are located at 3635 S Apache Rd Suite 202-302 and you can call ahead to see which performer will be on the next bus.
Sip the Strip
To get a sample of nightclubs and bars in Vegas, check out Sip the Strip. This Nite Tour sampler allows you to cut the line, get you drink specials, and get you into exclusive clubs. Cover charges and drink specials are already included, so you can relax and enjoy the night. Stops have included HAZE, THE DEUCE, LILY and HYDE.
Neon Museum and Boneyard
This tour at the Neon Boneyard Museum is a great way to check out a piece of Vegas history. You’ll see over 150 signs from over the years and you’ll also explore the Neon Museum’s Boneyard to see untouched originals. You have to make a reservation two weeks in advance because this tour always sells out.
Once you’ve experienced these tours, check out a few more in the area:
- Sin City Club Crawl
- UNLV Marjorie Barrich Museum
- Pink Jeep City Tour
These tours will certainly provide a unique Las Vegas experience unlike any other.