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Papillion Helicopter Tours is definitely not for the faint of heart, but once you muster the courage for an aerial view of the Las Vegas Strip, you know this will be a memorable tour. Fly past the Bellagio, the Mirage, the Stratosphere, and other notable Vegas attractions. You can also choose to take a tour over the Hoover Dam or opt for a walking tour of an old ghost town. See Vegas like you've never seen it before!
A great way to see the beautiful area surrounding Las Vegas is by jeep. Join the Pink Jeep Tours to see dramatic terrain and beautiful landscapes. Take a tour to the Hoover Dam and enjoy a raft ride to the base of the dam. Or explore the Grand Canyon by helicopter and see all its splendor. Incredible views, historical sites, and diverse vegetation make this tour one you'll never forget.
For the ultimate thrill-seeking experience in town, head to SkyJump Las Vegas. When you look down from the top of the Stratosphere Tower, you'll see the ground 855 feet (261 meters) below you. Ready, set, jump! Before you experience this free fall, they outfit you in a jumpsuit, give you a safety course, and strap you to a high-speed descender. Along with the jump, you can purchase photo and video packages to show off to your friends!
The Stratosphere Tower is one of the most renowned landmarks in Las Vegas. At the height of 1,149-feet (350-meter), the tower itself is one of the tallest towers in the country that offers rides such as Insanity, XScream, Sky Jump and Big Shot. The names of the rides are true to the kind of adventure they promise to provide. So, if you are on Insanity then get ready to be thrown off the edge of the platform for up to 1,000 feet (304 meter) and circle around at 70-degree angle with a spectacular view of the valley. X-Scream is bound to make your heart skip a beat or two as you dangle back and forth in the air on a teeter-totter device at the side of the 100-story tower. The best of the lot, however, is the Big-Shot, which is a breath-taking free fall from a height of 160 feet (48 meter) along with a spire. A controlled free-fall from the 108th floor known as Sky Jump is the another addition to the list of extreme adventure rides. Whether you want to simply enjoy the views from the tower, enjoy a cocktail by the pool or indulge in the adrenaline, the tower has it all for a perfect Vegas experience.
Evolution Expeditions offers kayak tours of some of the most scenic areas around Las Vegas, including the Hoover Dam, the Black Canyon, and Lake Mead. Whether you're a beginner or have advanced kayaking skills, these tours are suitable for you, so don't be afraid to get out into the water. If the dark casinos or busy shopping areas of Vegas aren't cutting it for you, head out and explore the natural beauty in the area with these great tours!
Experience some of Nevada’s beautiful scenery with an adrenaline rush while driving on an ATV just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. This will be a trip you'll never forget, with stunning red sandstone rock formations, miles of easy and challenging riding trails in the world famous logandale trails system and the Valley Of Fire State Park. This guided tour lets you explore the Nevada dessert while still have a thrilling ride on an ATV. This is one of the most dust free and beautiful ATV tours you can do in the USA.
Have you ever wanted to drive a Lamborghini, hearing the roar of the engine as you speed around tight curves? If so, Exotics Racing offers you the opportunity to drive one after receiving racing instruction from a professional. You'll be able to get the most out of your ride and you can even get a video of your experience to show friends and family back home. Or, if a Lamborghini isn't your style, you can choose from a Ferrari, Porsche, Audi, and other luxury vehicles.
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, located just a few miles west of Las Vegas, is named after the deep red 3,000-foot (914.4 meters) high sandstone cliffs that are perched above the dusty wastelands of the mighty Mojave Desert that encompasses it. The site has served as ancestral homes for the tribes of Paiute, Patayan, Anasazi, San Dieguito and Pinto since 11,000 BCE. It features a diverse and rich network of vivid petroglyphs that can be been scattered all along its canyons, making the conservation area a popular destination for admirers of Native Indian culture and traditions. An ecosystem rich in flora and fauna, the Utah desert-parsley, the Mojave yucca, the ponderosa pine, the desert bighorn sheep and the endangered desert tortoise is some of its most notable inhabitants.
Bootleg Canyon offers an extensive network of trails that are great for mountain biking. Whether you're looking for a form of exercise or a thrill, this park has got you covered. You'll find cross-country and downhill trails, as well as three staging areas. There are options for everyone, with trails being labeled on a scale of one to ten according to their level of difficulty.