Experience the Natural Beauty Surrounding Las Vegas!
While the multi-million dollar performances and allure of quick money may be Las Vegas? bread and butter, visitors looking for a varied vacation will find that the natural areas surrounding Sin City can be every bit as impressive as the neon lights of the city itself. From desolate sands to mighty rivers, there are numerous natural wonders that surround Las Vegas, each providing its own unique adventure during your next getaway.
Located on the border of California and Nevada, Death Valley is one of the most famous deserts in all of North America. From being the home of the Timbisha Tribe to being considered a dangerous obstacle by miners during the California Gold Rush, it has long been an active part of America?s history. And with the Death Valley Photo Tour you will experience the desolate beauty that keeps the area at the forefront of Americana. Along the tour, you will visit the ghost town of Rhyolite, Badwater (the lowest point of elevation in Death Valley), and numerous natural structures ranging from dunes to jagged cliffs. Be sure to keep your camera at the ready throughout this adventurous journey that will take you worlds away in just a matter of hours!
In contrast to the barren sights of Death Valley, the Colorado River Raft Tour will introduce you to the life-sustaining Colorado River. As the name implies, you will raft approximately eleven miles of the Colorado River over the course of nine hours, with notable sights seen including the Hoover Dam. Aside from the Hoover Dam, numerous natural sights will be on display during the course of the rafting adventure for a Las Vegas vacation activity that will completely remove you from the hustle and bustle of the city streets.
Monument Valley Day Tour
The Monument Valley Day Tour offers a comprehensive look into the natural wonders of the southwest as you experience both Monument Valley and the Grand Canyon. Depart Las Vegas by way of plane before landing in Monument Valley and exploring the area further by 4 x 4 vehicle. After your tour of Monument Valley, you will continue towards the Grand Canyon as you are shown sights of Boulder City, Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, and the Colorado River.