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  • Las Vegas 3-Hour Night Tour by Open-Top Bus

    1. Las Vegas 3-Hour Night Tour by Open-Top Bus

    Climb aboard an open-top double decker bus for a 3-hour night tour of Las Vegas, and experience the neon lights and electric buzz of “Sin City” after dark. Drive down the Las Vegas Strip, and see dancing fountains and erupting volcanoes! Pass the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign at the gateway to the city, and continue downtown to the Golden Nugget.

    Here, take in the incredible Fremont Street Experience as you leave the bus for a guided walking tour to the famous Fremont sound and light show. Check out the artists' kiosks, and admire the costumed entertainers. Return to the bus and drive back to the Las Vegas Strip. Add on a 24-hour hop-on and hop-off bus ticket to your night tour, and experience Las Vegas at your own pace. Enjoy extraordinary shopping opportunities and themed resorts, including monuments that evoke the romance of Venice, Paris, and New York.

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    We enjoyed the trip, but was disappointed that the mask mandate wasn’t enforced ( or at least mentioned) when we were on the bus, because there several people not wearing masks. And that the tour guide didn’t set a good example and wear hers. Also, it was suppose to be a 3 hour tour and was only a little over 2. In the description it said we would see the volcano erupt and see the fountain show and we definitely were disappointed we didn’t get to see those because that was the deciding factor for us taking the tour.

  • From Las Vegas: Grand Canyon South Rim with Snacks & Lunch

    2. From Las Vegas: Grand Canyon South Rim with Snacks & Lunch

    Escape the city for a day with a trip to the Grand Canyon National Park from fabulous Las Vegas, with transfers, snacks, lunch, and free time at the South Rim included. 

    After your Las Vegas pickup, enjoy some light breakfast snacks and you are also welcome to bring your coffee or tea in a container with a lid. 

    Sit back and relax as you travel along Route 66 to your first destination, the Grand Canyon Caverns. Here you will stop for 1 hour to grab some lunch and have the option to add a caverns tour to your adventurous day.

    Following lunch, enter into the Grand Canyon National Park with your first stop at Mather Point for approximately 45 minutes. Then the driver will collect all interested guests and transfer them to Bright Angel, the Visitor Center, for approximately 2 hours. 

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    My husband and I booked this day trip from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon and we would highly recommend it. It was a very long day but worth it. We got picked up at 6:10am at a nearby hotel. This company was easy to communicate with. We all had to hand sanitize and get a temperature check before getting on the bus. Everyone was great about wearing their masks on the bus so we both felt safe in terms of COVID. There was a bathroom on the bus in case of emergencies but we stopped every 1-2hrs for either food or a restroom break. Lunch was a sandwich, chips and cookies but you could purchase food at several of the locations we stopped at. We picked up lunch very early (around 8:30am) so some people ate right away and others saved it.We had the option of a guided tour in the Grand Canyon (an extra $20 per person) but chose to go on our own. The path was very easy to follow ourselves. There was a free shuttle if you didn't want to walk. All in all, an excellent trip.

  • Las Vegas: Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Tour with Pickup

    3. Las Vegas: Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Tour with Pickup

    Tick the Antelope Canyon off your bucket list on a small-group day trip from Las Vegas. Head out to either the famous Lower Antelope Canyon or the more intimate and secluded Antelope Canyon X with your Navajo tribal guide, plus hotel transfers, lunch, and snacks also included.

    Start your day with an early morning complimentary pickup from your centrally located Las Vegas hotel. Enjoy your transportation in a clean, comfy minivan (for up to 6 people) or in a van (for up to 14 passengers).

    Indulge in the scenic views from Las Vegas to Antelope Canyon as you pass back and forth across the Utah and Arizona state borders on your way to Page, AZ.

    Depending on the weather, stop in either Mesquite, Nevada, or Hurricane, Utah, for an opportunity to stretch your legs, use the facilities, and grab coffee befor...

    What a great trip! Anthony was an excellent driver/host. He communicated clearly, made scheduled stops for bathroom breaks/gas, and had phone chargers and cold water available. Horseshoe Bend is a self guided hike and amazingly our entire group returned at the designated meet time. We stopped for lunch at Subway prior to going to Antelope Canyon X. Once on the reservation, we met our guide for the canyon. It is a steep dusty hill (or stairs) down to the canyon entrance (and back up the hill) but the canyon is flat and easy walking which is good because you spend your time looking up in amazement!

  • From Las Vegas: Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Tour

    4. From Las Vegas: Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Tour

    Explore the world-famous Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend on a day trip from Las Vegas, with entry tickets included. Hike through the Arizona landscape and stop to take photos at scenic spots. Meet your guide in Las Vegas and board the bus to begin your experience. Relax on the drive to Page, and enjoy views of the Virgin River Gorge and rock formations at the Escalante/Grand Staircase National Monument.  Walk between the famous sculpted sandstone walls as you admire the kaleidoscope-life colors and patterns of light you’ve seen 1000 times before in photos.  Stop to take your own personal photos as you listen to your Navajo guide share tidbits about the local history and culture. Continue onto Horseshoe Bend Overlook next, where the Colorado River has carved the famous horseshoe-shaped turn. Enjoy a short round-trip hike of 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers) to reach the viewpoint, then en...

    It was great! Better that we expect, Pascale was great very attentive and helpful!! He even gave us control on the music!

  • From Las Vegas: Black Canyon Half-Day Kayak Tour

    5. From Las Vegas: Black Canyon Half-Day Kayak Tour

    Following pick-up from your approved hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, escape the city and journey by comfortable Mercedes Sprinter to the start point of your kayak adventure into the Black Canyon. Arrive at Willow Beach and prepare for the day ahead as your guides help fit you into your kayaks. Paddle upstream into the narrow channels of the Black Canyon, and scour the banks to spot a variety of wildlife, including native Desert Big Horn Sheep and Bald Eagles. Continue for approximately 1 mile, and then stop at an historical overlook for awe-inspiring views of the legendary Colorado River. Listen to an explanation about the immense history of what the river has been used for over the past 100 years. Enjoy a complimentary snack before setting off for the stunning rock formation of Emerald Cave on your way back to the starting point.

    Our first Kayak experience was educational and fun! For our 1st time (tandem kayak)the 3 hr. tour on the water was a great introduction on the Colorado river. Our guide was very knowledgeable and provided lots of information as we traveled to and from Willow Beach. We were picked up at a hotel in Las Vegas and it took about 30 minutes to arrive. Instructions were given for getting in/out of the kayak, paddling, and putting on/off your life jacket, plus other little tidbits on the kayak itself. Emerald Cave was much smaller than I expected (from the website pics) and to see the colors the westerly sun needs to hit the inside of the cave for all the colors. Overall I'm happy we had the adventure!

  • From Las Vegas: Grand Canyon West Rim Tour and Skywalk Entry with Lunch

    6. From Las Vegas: Grand Canyon West Rim Tour and Skywalk Entry with Lunch

    Depart Las Vegas in the morning and stop along the famous Route 66 on the way to Grand Canyon West. Upon arrival, ride the shuttle to Eagle Point. Get an incredible view of the eagle-shaped rock formation and walk right up to the edge of the canyon. See some of the dwellings where Native American tribes used to live. Then, experience the most spectacular views from the Skywalk. This glass-framed overlook sits 4,000 feet above the Grand Canyon and boasts a 10-foot-wide, horseshoe-shaped glass bridge peering over the West Rim of the canyon. Feel like you’re floating on air as you take in the sweeping views. Stop for lunch at the recently-opened Skywalk Café. Next, go to Guano Point at the site of an old guano mine. Enjoy views that are completely different to the ones at Eagle Point. Walk along the dirt trail at the edge at Guano Point, then return to the Welcome Center before heading ba...

  • Las Vegas: Zion and Bryce Canyons Small Group Tour

    7. Las Vegas: Zion and Bryce Canyons Small Group Tour

    Start your tour around 5:20 AM and begin the journey with a complimentary pick-up at your hotel (strip hotels and surroundings) and guided narration of the area. Learn about the history of Las Vegas as you head northeast towards the Utah border. Stop in either Mesquite Nevada or Hurricane UT, depending on the time of year, for a break on your way to Zion National Park. Discovered by Mormon settlers in the 19th century, at the junction of the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin and Mojave Desert provinces in Southwestern Utah, Zion National Park covers 229 square miles of dramatic landscape with sculptured canyons and soaring cliffs. Follow the paths of ancient native people and pioneers. Gaze up at massive sandstone cliffs and brilliant blue sky. Experience wilderness in a narrow slot canyon. After 1.5-hours exploring Zion, sit down for a lunch, then head to Bryce Canyon for the second part ...

    We had an amazing experience and we love our guide, Ita. He is awesome, knowledgeable and so helpful and very nice. We enjoyed the tour so much and we’ll be doing another one again in the future.

  • From Las Vegas: Grand Canyon West Rim Tour with Lunch

    8. From Las Vegas: Grand Canyon West Rim Tour with Lunch

    Depart Las Vegas in the morning and enjoy a delicious breakfast snack en route to the Grand Canyon. Your guide will provide a live narration as you travel, while you sit back and relax in a state-of-the-art bus. Stop along the way at the famous Route 66, and at the Hoover Dam for a fantastic photo opportunity. Upon arrival at Grand Canyon West, ride the shuttle to Eagle Point, where the Skywalk and gift shop are located. Get an incredible view of the eagle-shaped rock formation and walk right up to the edge of the canyon. See some of the dwellings where Native American tribes used to live. Continue to Guano Point at the site of an old guano mine. Enjoy views that are completely different from the ones at Eagle Point. Walk along the dirt trail at the edge at Guano Point for spectacular views from different angles. Return to the Welcome Center before heading back to Las Vegas.

  • Las Vegas: Grand Canyon Bus Tour & Optional Skywalk Ticket

    9. Las Vegas: Grand Canyon Bus Tour & Optional Skywalk Ticket

    Depart Las Vegas in the morning and enjoy a delicious breakfast snack on the way to Grand Canyon West. Stop along the famous Route 66. Upon arrival, ride the shuttle to Eagle Point, where the Skywalk and gift shop are located. Get an incredible view of the eagle-shaped rock formation and walk right up to the edge of the canyon. See some of the dwellings that the Native American tribes lived in olden times. Then, experience the most spectacular views from the Skywalk. This glass-framed overlook sits 4,000 feet above the Grand Canyon and boasts a 10-foot-wide, horseshoe-shaped glass bridge peering over the West Rim of the canyon. Feel like you’re floating on air with this view. Next, go to Guano Point at the site of an old guano mine. Enjoy views that are completely unique to the ones at Eagle Point. Walk along the dirt trail at the edge at Guano Point for spectacular views from differe...

    Very pleased with our experience. Our guide Dave was very informative and had a great sense of humor. Our walking tour was a great addition to the tour.

  • Las Vegas Firearms Shooting Beginner’s Adventure

    10. Las Vegas Firearms Shooting Beginner’s Adventure

    Learn to shoot like a pro at a 1-hour beginner’s shooting adventure in Las Vegas. Held at a 5-acre military style complex just one block from the Las Vegas Strip, or at an off-site desert terrain training area, you will be guaranteed the most realistic first person shooting experience of your life. Complimentary transfers by military Humvees complete the thrills. Choose your weapon from the largest collection of US and foreign guns available for public use in the United States. Firearms dating from World War I all the way through to the weapons used by NATO forces in Iraq and Afghanistan today are all at your disposal. Get hands on with hundreds of pieces from military history, including a fleet of over 25 military vehicles and aircraft that features a Willis jeeps used in World War II, 2.5 and 5-ton troop carriers, a HMMWV used in conflicts from Vietnam to the present day, and even a ...

    Fun the whole way through and everyone is very nice. Coming back again to shoot some heavier stuff.

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This was an amazing morning, one of the best family outings! Our kids are 19-22 and neither my hubby of myself had been on a bike for years. Tour guides were very professional, focused on bike safety and were extremely knowledgeable regarding the beautiful area where we road. Beyond friendly staff, e-bikes were a blast!! I’d definitely recommend -in my opinion, far superior to riding in a jeep. Red Rock Canyon electric bike tour was a great value-Cost included round-trip transportation from our hotel!

This was so much fun. Red E Bike is the best bike tour because they handle all the permits to get you inside of the canyon itself. Many of the competitors start you out on the main road driving precariously close to vehicles. The guides were even able to accommodate my friend and I when we kept wandering off to take pictures would definitely recommend this to anybody who knows how to mount their butt on a bike!

I would highly recommend this e - bike tour to any one interested in seeing Red Rock Canyon. Our tour guide, owner, Jon was great . Very friendly, and knowledgeable. Provided great bikes, jackets and snacks.

Great tour. Phenomenal sights, well laid out and excellent organizers. I'd do this tour again if I came back to Vegas with people who haven't left the strip yet.

The trainer was very helpful & the experience was epic. Had a good time definitely & would recommend it to anyone visiting Las Vegas.