Las Vegas Tours

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Have you ever considered taking a tour either in or outside of Sin City when you visit Las Vegas? While lots of visitors make the trek to Las Vegas, many never consider all of the fantastic tour options during their visit. Visitors to Las Vegas might think that all of their time should be spent inside a resort or casino. But that’s absolutely not the case. Part of the fun of Las Vegas is that there’s so much to see and do apart from the resorts and casinos.

The perfect Las Vegas vacation should include a tour of some kind. If you pick a tour of Las Vegas, that will only take up a few hours of your day. That means you’ll have the rest of the day to lounge, relax, and do whatever you want before enjoying more Las Vegas fun. Nothing beats a Las Vegas tour to entertain while also providing information about the ins and outs of this fabulous city.

Another one of the incredible things about Las Vegas is its proximity to so many famous landmarks within driving distance from Las Vegas. If you are really up for some extended fun, consider a half- or full-day tour outside of Las Vegas. This is the perfect break to a long stay in Las Vegas as these tours will take you outside of the city to see some of the most beautiful landscapes on the West Coast. Below you’ll find some of the great tour options available for your next trip to Las Vegas.

Tours in Las Vegas:

Perhaps you feel like you’ve seen and done everything that there is to do in Las Vegas. If you feel this way, you’re wrong. But you won’t ever know that unless you take a tour of Las Vegas itself. There are a variety of Las Vegas tours and here are just a few:

Fremont Street Walking Tours

If you’ve only visited the Strip while in Las Vegas, then you definitely haven’t seen all of what Las Vegas has to offer. A Fremont Street walking tour will take you to all of the famous attractions like Union Station, the Fremont Street Experience, and the $1 million cash display at Binion’s. Beyond Fremont Street there’s Downtown Container Park and Fremont East, the “Greenwich Village” of Las Vegas. These are all the places that visitors to the Strip miss so don’t be one of those people. Wouldn’t you like to learn all of the secrets of Las Vegas?

Maverick Helicopters Tours Las Vegas Strip

Everyone enjoys the neon lights of Las Vegas. But have you ever considered taking in all of those views from a different vantage point? If you want to check out all of the lights, glitz, and glamour of Las Vegas, the best way to achieve this is with a Maverick Helicopter Tour of the Las Vegas Strip. Soar high above the neon lights, casinos, and crowds to take in all of the beauty and fun that makes Sin City what it is today in the “limousine in the sky” for views that no car will ever be able to provide.

Tours Outside of Las Vegas:

Interested in maybe taking a day tour out of Sin City on your next visit to Las Vegas? There are so many things to do on a day tour from Las Vegas that choosing one will be the hardest part of the decision making process.

Eldorado Canyon Mine Tour

Leave the drinking and gambling behind in Las Vegas and become a prospector for the day with a tour of Eldorado Canyon Mine. Situated at Techatticup Mine, Eldorado Canyon Mine is probably the most famous gold mine in all of Southern Nevada. It produced more than $2.5 million in gold, silver, copper, and lead when it was operational from 1861 to 1942. Now fully restored and used for film and television productions, it’s the perfect backdrop if you’re into photography. If you’re into history, adventure, and discovering what the Wild West was all about, then you definitely need to tour Eldorado Canyon Mine.

Full Day Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tour and Route 66 from Las Vegas

There’s so much to see and do not just inside Sin City, but in the areas surrounding Las Vegas. If you’re not interested in driving, then hop on a bus and enjoy a full day exploration tour instead. One of the most popular tours among those visiting Las Vegas is a full-day Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tour from Las Vegas with a stop on Route 66 along the way. Did you know that the Grand Canyon isn’t only one of the most visited destinations in the United States, but it’s also one of the seven natural wonders of the world.

Hoover Dam Highlights Tour

Visitors to Las Vegas often want to explore outside of the bright lights of Sin City. A Hoover Dam Highlights Tour from Las Vegas can provide guests with incredible scenic views while also getting a chance to visit one of the seven engineering wonders of the modern world. Constructed between 1931-1936, Hoover Dam is one of the world’s major electricity generating power plants. Both the views from Hoover Dam and the engineering marvel and its history are worth the short drive from Las Vegas with a Hoover Dam Highlights Tour.

Zion National Park Day Tour from Las Vegas

If you love the outdoors and nature, then you will definitely enjoy a day tour to Zion National Park from Las Vegas. Whether you’re a hiker, bird watcher, or just love nature, Zion National Park is the type of day trip that everyone can enjoy. The biodiversity of the park’s ecosystem makes for a wide range of the most unusual animals and plants, too. Best known for its white, pink, and red rock formations, a day tour to Zion National Park allows visitors to sample all that the park has to offer.