Las Vegas isn’t just about casinos, nightclubs, and cigarette smoke. But it’s definitely about having fun! Even if you don’t enjoy gambling, there are plenty of other things to do in Las Vegas! Check out these amazing Las Vegas tours!
Take a Las Vegas Helicopter Tour Over The Strip
There are tons of tours in Las Vegas – both within the city and beyond. The most popular tour within the city is a helicopter ride over The Strip – there is nothing like flying slowly above and near the most gorgeous hotels in the world at night time, when thousands of twinkling lights illuminate the whole Strip. You can take a tour day or night, and combine your experience with other awesome adventures, like the Savory Bites and Neon Lights Foodie Tour!
Visit the Grand Canyon
The most popular tours from Las Vegas are trips to the Grand Canyon. And the choice of transportation is enormous – you can get there by helicopter, by airplane, by jeep, or by bus. The Grand Canyon is an unforgettable sight, and tours offer a wide array of things to do: mule rides, horseback rides, hiking, off-road and ATV adventures. And, of course, you could descend on the bottom of the Grand Canyon by helicopter and take a rafting trip along Colorado River. You can book a Grand Canyon Helicopter Flight with Rim Landing here!
Explore Lake Mead
Lake Mead is among the largest man-made lakes worldwide. You can get there in less than an hour. It is just southeast of the Strip, and you can enjoy fun activities like swimming, water-skiing, fishing, boating, or kayaking in Lake Mead waters, or hike in the surrounding area. There are shaded picnic places there, hookups, RV camping grounds and three marinas. Those who love a romantic partying or getaway can have brunch, dinner, and sightseeing cruises. You can also take a day or night cruise that includes Hoover Dam!
And so much more!
There are boats you can rent per hour or day at the Las Vegas Boat Harbor, or a cruise you can take on the Desert Princes. Bikers and hikers can explore the 3.7-mile Historic Railroad Tunnel Train within Boulder City, designed to haul materials to the construction area of the dam. You will go through five tunnels, as well as across specific lake and desert scenes.
Don’t forget to take a leisurely walk on the sidewalk at the top to get the best view, plus the opportunity to stand on the state border, having one foot in Nevada while the other in Arizona. Carry along some food to the park, where there are many perfect scenic areas for lunch alfresco, most of which have shade (you can get your meal anytime at the boat harbor).