There’s nothing quite like experiencing the vastness of the Grand Canyon from a bird’s-eye view, so hop into a state-of-the-art modern helicopter and embark on our of our three new Grand Canyon helicopter tours.
If you’ve never ventured off the Strip, you might not know what lies beyond the streets of Las Vegas. Sin City may be located on the outskirts of the Mojave Desert, but if you’re looking to spend some time away from the flurry of Las Vegas, there’s no shortage of stunning scenery to see or interesting things to do a short drive outside the city limits. And, luckily, some of the most breathtaking sights in the Southwest aren’t located that far away from the Strip. Interested in a short road trip? Check out Red Rock Canyon! Don’t mind adding a few more miles to your drive? Beautiful Bryce Canyon National Park is only a few hours away.
Las Vegas may not be known for being a city of moderation, and the surrounding landscape is no exception. To the west you’ll find Death Valley – home to hottest recorded temperatures and the lowest point of elevation in North America – and to the east lies the incomparable majesty of the Grand Canyon, but one of the Southwest’s most impressive man-made sights is just a few miles to the southeast of Vegas – the Hoover Dam.
When you’re deeply ensconced in the bright lights and excitement of Las Vegas, it’s easy to forget that this imposing landmark is less than an hour away from the Strip. But more than one million people visit the Hoover Dam each year, and once you see the gracefully sloping concrete curve of the dam, it’s pretty clear why the Hoover Dam is such a big deal.