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    Black Canyon River Rafting Tour

    Accompanied by your friendly and informative guide, you'll travel to the launch area at the base of the Hoover Dam for a view of the dam that very few people have the opportunity to see. The large, comfortable rafts have multiple air chambers and are outfitted with all the Coast Guard required and recommended safety equipment.

    The Black Canyon's high walls will leave you breathless, so remember to bring your camera! You may spot desert big horn sheep, osprey and great blue heron in their natural setting. The raft stops along the shore to give you a chance to swim or paddle in the cool clear waters below Hoover Dam. You could take this opportunity to enjoy the box lunch provided, while watching and listening to the sights and sounds of this magnificent desert.

    Your trip ends on the Arizona side of the river at Willow Beach, where you will have the chance to shop for distinctive souvenirs of your trip, before returning to your Las Vegas hotel.

    Black Canyon River Rafting Tour

    Hotel Pickup, Las Vegas

    • Set off on a full day, river-rafting adventure on the Colorado River's Black Canyon
    • Enjoy spectacular sightseeing on calm waters while you float down the Colorado River
    • Dig into a delicious, boxed lunch, while experienced and friendly guides share their knowledge of the area
    • Shop for unique souvenirs at the Arizona side of Willow Beach
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    Lake Mead Dinner Cruise

    After being picked up from your Las Vegas hotel, your first stop is the "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign for a photo opportunity. From there, it's an approximate 30-minute drive to Lake Mead, where you'll board the Desert Princess paddle-wheel steamboat. As you board, you will be welcomed by the crew with a glass of sparkling wine and a photo opportunity. On board the Desert Princess, stroll along the decks and visit the vessel's Captains Bridge. Admire the wonderful evening views and unique scenery and wildlife surrounding Lake Mead. See the mighty Hoover Dam towering above you. And marvel at the engineering of the spectacular Hoover Dam bypass bridge. There is an extensive cocktail menu and wine list (additional cost) for your enjoyment on board. Then it's time to eat! Enjoy a 3-course dinner with choices including prime rib, seafood, chicken, vegetarian and pasta dishes.
    Lake Mead Dinner Cruise

    Hotel Pickup, Las Vegas

    • Explore beautiful Lake Mead aboard a Mississippi River-style paddle-wheel steamboat
    • Enjoy an exquisite, 3-course dinner with choices including prime rib, seafood, chicken and pasta
    • Take a photo stop at the "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign
    • Admire the amazing evening views and unique scenery and wildlife surrounding Lake Mead
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    Red Rock Canyon Rocky Gap Adventure Tour (Evening)

    Offset the high life exploits of your Las Vegas vacation with a back road romp through Red Rock Canyon! You'll be exploring the sweeping desert vistas and towering rock walls of the Mojave Desert aboard a rugged 12-passenger jeep designed for desert fun. After a stop at the visitor's center, you'll cruise beside the 3,000-foot high Keystone Trust, known for its ancient pictographs. Then it's into Calico Hills, an impressive mixture of sand dunes and water pools, and where paleontologists have discovered fossils that are millions of years old. Other sights along the 13-mile Rocky Gap Road include Red Rock Overlook and the Spring Mountain Road, in addition to numerous places to stop and capture beautiful panoramic photographs. If you're new to this area, this is an excursion you'll not want to miss. Find out why some of the best action in Las Vegas lies in the desert landscape outside of the city!
    Red Rock Canyon Rocky Gap Adventure Tour (Evening)

    3629 W. Hacienda Ave., Las Vegas

    • Get away from Las Vegas for an exploration of nearby Red Rock Canyon
    • Cruise the desert in a customized open-top vehicle while enjoying a narrated tour
    • Discover scenic vistas and towering rock walls formed over millions of years
    • Indulge your love of nature by getting out from the Las Vegas Strip and into great outdoors
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    Death Valley Tour

    Visit one of the most unique landscapes on earth on this full-day, small-group trip to Death Valley National Park from Las Vegas. You will be amazed at the sheer size and astounding natural features of this national treasure.

    After an approximate 2.5-hour drive from Las Vegas by comfortable, air-conditioned van, arrive at the heart of Death Valley National Park in the Mojave Desert. Enjoy breathtaking photos opportunities at Zabriskie Point, located just east of Death Valley, known for its erosional landscape. Admire cascading hills and valleys on a scenic drive through stunning Artist's Palette, a rock formation illuminated in vibrant colors, before stopping at the salt flats of Badwater Basin. At 280 feet (85 meters) below sea level, this is the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere!

    Next, head to the Furnace Creek visitor center. Furnace Creek is the ancestral land of the Timbisha Native American tribe, and is also one of the hottest places in North America. Temperatures are known to reach as high as 135°F (57 °C)! Here, browse the Death Valley gift shop before traveling back through the Mojave Desert in time for some your Las Vegas nighttime activities.
    Death Valley Tour

    Hotel Pickup, Las Vegas

    • Enjoy amazing photo opportunities at Zabriskie point and Artist's Palette
    • Visit Furnace Creek, the land of the Timbisha Native Americans
    • Journey to Dantes View, the highest point of Death Valley National Park
    • Walk out onto the 200 square mile salt flats of Badwater Basin, the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere
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    Red Rock Canyon Bike Tour

    Red Rock Canyon is known for its interesting formations of red rocks and is a great place to see a plethora of desert wildlife, including wild mustang horses, the desert kit fox and big horn sheep. On this exciting bike tour, you'll let your professional guide lead you on an awesome, one-way bike ride along a paved loop. This tour is great for the casual cyclist. The scenic loop winds through petrified sand dunes and runs along the base of the Keystone Cliffs. Start at the loop's highest point and descend 2,500 feet (762 meters) through Red Rock Canyon and back to the tour center.
    Red Rock Canyon Bike Tour

    3790 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas

    • Explore beautiful Red Rock canyon, a favorite playground for Las Vegas locals
    • Enjoy the canyon's beautiful and stark desert landscapes
    • Tour the area on a fully-guided or self-guided tour with a hybrid bike or road bike
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    Valley of Fire and Lost City Museum Tour

    Travel in air-conditioned comfort north of Las Vegas to the Valley of Fire. This sacred Indian area has a vast display of some of the finest examples of Indian petroglyphs in the southwest. The Aztec sandstone formations are a photographer's dream come true and a sightseeing wonder. This is the perfect adventure for the whole family.

    Also included is a stop at the amazing Lost City Museum which has one of the most complete collections of the early Pueblo Indians in the southwest. This display starts with the Desert Culture of 10,000 years ago and continues through the Ancient "Basketmaker" cultures, which existed until about 500 AD.

    Enjoy a deli-style lunch with your choice of ham, turkey or vegetarian sandwich and transportation by either SUV or mini-coach.
    Valley of Fire and Lost City Museum Tour

    Hotel Pickup, Las Vegas

    • Tour the sacred Indian lands through the Valley of Fire
    • Visit the Lost City Museum, one of the most complete collections of the early Pueblo Indians
    • Explore Indian petroglyphs and Aztec sandstone formations
    • Enjoy a beautiful day trip with the entire family
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    Grand Canyon Connoisseur

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    Not all tours are created equal! If you're looking for a premier blend of exhilarating aerial views and moments of Zen-like inspiration, the Grand Canyon Connoisseur tour is as good as it gets! You'll be picked up at your Las Vegas hotel and transported by shuttle to Boulder terminal, where you'll board a small fixed wing aircraft with oversized viewing windows for a journey over the stunning Mojave Desert that includes views of the 700-foot Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, and surreal desert vistas. Then you'll land at the Grand Canyon South Airport, where you'll board a luxury coach that will take you on a guided tour of some of Grand Canyon National Park's most scenic locations. Highlighting this leg of the journey is a stop at Mather Point, where'll you stand at a precipice with more than a mile of space below you, and a perfect view of the entire 10-mile expanse between the North and South Rims. Get away from clamor Vegas for a bit, and come back feeling refreshed, rejuvenated, and like an all new you!
    Grand Canyon Connoisseur

    1265 Airport Rd, Boulder

    • Enjoy a comprehensive desert tour that mixes air and ground adventures at the Grand Canyon
    • Take in stunning views like the Hoover Dam from a small fixed-wing aircraft
    • Tour some of Grand Canyon National Park best spots aboard a luxury tour bus
    • Indulge your adventurous side, and come back rejuvenated and focused
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    Ghost Town & Wild West Day Tour

    After pickup from your Las Vegas hotel, take a short drive by comfortable van to the Hoover Dam for a brief photo stop. This 726-foot (221-meter) dam holds back the mighty Colorado River, behind which you'll find Lake Mead, a beautiful man-made reservoir contained within the Black Canyon walls. Take all the 'dam' photos you want!

    Next, head to the small mining town of Chloride, a community that has survived the harsh desert environment since the 1860s. Silver and other minerals were mined here for decades, and after the mining boom was over, Chloride nearly became a ghost town. Today, Chloride is home to about 250 residents who are very proud of their mining history. Browse the antique shops; admire the various artistic sculptures; and chat with the locals before enjoying lunch.

    Next, drive along the Historic Route 66 highway to the small ghost town of Oatman. The present-day population of this ghost town is 150 people and 1 poltergeist who goes by the name of 'Oatie the Ghost.' He's believed to be the poor spirit of William Ray Flour, an Irish miner who died behind the Oatman Hotel.

    Enjoy views of the Black Mountains and the tumbleweeds and wild burros that freely roam through the town. Have your picture taken alongside modern-day cowboys and bandits while posing in front of an authentic Route 66 sign. You'll even have a chance to take part in a Western shootout! Held in the middle of the street, this Western-style event features cowboys in costume standing face-to-face, ready to draw!

    Enjoy a drink at a local saloon (at own expense) before traveling through the Mojave Desert along the Veterans Memorial Highway, a road that cuts straight through empty desert landscape. This calm drive is the perfect way to remember the openness of this part of America before returning to the big city lights, glitz and glamour of Las Vegas.
    Ghost Town & Wild West Day Tour

    Hotel Pickup, Las Vegas

    • Travel to Arizona to visit ghost towns and historic saloons
    • Visit the old Arizona mining towns of Chloride and Oatman and chat with the locals
    • Cruise along historic Route 66 with a stop at the Hoover Dam
    • Practice your gunslinging skills in a wild west shootout
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    The Valley of Fire ATV Tour for 4

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    Get ready to be wowed by the unparalleled natural beauty of the Valley of Fire. This off-road tour has been voted "Best ATV Tour in Las Vegas" 5 years in a row and will allow you and some friends to explore one of the top riding areas in the United States in your own 4-seater buggy. Due to the fragile nature of the area's ecosystem, the Valley of Fire is highly protected by governing authorities. This leisurely paced tour is the only approved dune buggy tour in the area and seeks to maintain the delicate balance of nature. You and a group of friends will be able to explore the area completely at your leisure and take as many photos as you want - although be warned, once your start, you might not be able to stop. Activity Notes: Tour includes a complimentary hotel shuttle and unlimited bottled water. Please allow 8 hours from hotel pickup to hotel drop off. Tour is 1 price for up to 4 people.
    The Valley of Fire ATV Tour for 4

    6925 Speedway Blvd, Las Vegas

    • Enjoy a casually paced off-road adventure exploring the Valley of
    • Be ready to experience the unspoiled beauty of this wonder of
    • Take in the scenery at your own pace behind the wheel of your own
    • Experience the tour that has been voted "Best ATV Tour in Las Vegas"5 years in a row
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    Death Valley National Park Tour

    Action in Las Vegas not hot enough for you? Get out of the frying pan and into the fire with this tour of scalding Death Valley. You'll explore the craggy peaks and glaring salt flats of this outlandish national park and enjoy an air-conditioned ride to and from Las Vegas! Once you've arrived, enjoy a half-day of exploration that will introduce you to the unique geological history of Death Valley. Check out some of the area's must-see locales, including Badwater Basin, where you'll stand at a depth approximately 280 feet below sea level, and Furnace Creek Ranch, home of the Borax Museum. You'll also have the opportunity to snap some surreal photographs at vaunted vantage points such as Artist Palette, Zabriskie Point, and 20 Mule Team Canyon. Finally, after thoroughly checking out the Funeral and Black Mountain Ranges, you'll head back to Vegas, with a last stop at Death Valley Junction, home of the historic Amargosa Opera House. A fitting end to a day worth singing about!
    Death Valley National Park Tour

    5216 Procyon St, Las Vegas

    • Explore the fabled and tortuous landscapes of Death Valley during a guided tour
    • Witness a surreal landscape defined by stark mountain peaks and salt flats
    • Visit landmarks and learn about the history and geology of the park
    • Enjoy a breathtaking romp that'll have you thinking you've stepped onto another planet
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