Whether you're traveling to Las Vegas for business or pleasure, Sin City will never disappoint you with an astounding variety of ways to keep yourself entertained!
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Because of Vegas' location in the middle of the desert, there are many amazing landscapes within easy driving distance: Grand Canyon, Death Valley, Bryce and Zion Canyons, Red Rocks, and many more can be seen on easy, comfortable day tours. From the lowest elevation salt-flats of Badwater Basin to the Hualapai Indian Reservations and spectacular Skywalk of the Grand Canyon's West Rim, you can experience the history, geology, culture, and extreme beauty of this unique landscape.
For some added pizazz, maybe mix it up a little and see the views from above! Incredible Adventures offers a variety of helicopter and airplane tours over the Las Vegas Strip, or through the amazing Grand Canyon.
If you are looking for something more active, you can rent a kayak or hop in a raft and take a guided tour of Lake Mead and the Black Canyon (including amazing up-close views of the astounding Hoover Dam)!
For the most adventure, take some time for a road trip! We have several overnight hotel and camping tours from 3-7 days in length to gave you the full desert experience!
Grand Canyon ToursEnjoy a Grand Canyon tour from Las Vegas with Incredible Adventures!
We offer trips to different areas of the Grand Canyon, each providing distinct experiences.
Our Grand Canyon West Rim Tours visit the tribal lands of the Hualapai Indians. Here you can also e..
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Death Valley ToursWith some of the lowest elevations, highest temperatures, and most unique rock formations, Death Valley is a must-see during your visit to Las Vegas.
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Zion & Bryce ToursNo visit to Las Vegas is complete without a trip into the desert to see the beautiful landscapes of Bryce and Zion National Parks. Ranging from dry, alien rock formations and slot canyons to lush greenery and peaceful rivers, this is truly a land of extremes! A View Tours (8)
Helicopter And Airplane ToursTake a breathtaking helicopter flight over, through or into the Grand Canyon. Or opt for a flight combined with the famous Grand Canyon Skywalk Glass Bridge. We also offer airplane tours if you prefer fixed-wing aircraft. With so many flightseeing options to choose from, you won't have a p..
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Located in the desert southwest, Las Vegas, Nevada, is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. It’s most well known for its casino-hotel resorts, a lively nightlife scene, and its close proximity to some of the desert’s most famous National Parks.
Las Vegas’ name comes from the Spanish word, “vegas”, which means meadows. It was named by Mexican explorers traveling through the area in 1829 who noticed big meadows in the area caused by wells. In the 1850s, Mormon missionaries were sent to the area to convert the Native Americans, but it was a brief mission only lasting a few years. With both railroad development and mine exploration happening rapidly in the area in the early 1900s, it was in 1911 that Las Vegas was formally established as a city.
Three significant events led to the rapid growth of Las Vegas and turned it into what it is today. First, the legalization of gambling in 1931 brought about the construction of massive casino hotels. Second, the completion of the Hoover Dam (30 miles away) in 1935 brought more tourism into the area from the newly created Lake Mead, a boating and water sports mecca in the desert. Third, nuclear atmospheric testing at a nearby test site in the 1950s brought in many government workers, researchers, and scientists to the area. In that same decade, the airport was set up for commerical use, the University of Nevada at Las Vegas was established, and the Las Vegas Convention Center was built.
Now Las Vegas is the 31st most populous city and one of the top destinations for conventions in the United States. It is located about 120 miles from stunning Death Valley National Park in California, about 270 miles to the beautiful Grand Canyon in Arizona, about 260 miles from Bryce Canyon in the southeastern corner of Utah, and 170 miles to Zion National Park, also in Utah.
There’s no better ‘Welcome to Vegas’ than a Hop-On-Hop-Off tour of the city!
The Sightseeing tour of Las Vegas takes in all of the unmissable Las Vegas sights
Local guides explain LV’s history and point out significant landmarks
See the Las Vegas Strip light up on the night tour
Drive by the iconic Volcano show as it erupts at the Mirage
Experience amazing rock formations like Guano Point from the air
Circle the Stratosphere as you fly over the Las Vegas Strip!
Ride in style over the skyline in a luxury Eco-STAR helicopter
See the Lush greenery of Zion Canyon
Check out the breathtaking rock formations at Bryce Canyon
Travel down the Black Canyon and see amazing rock formations
See these ancient handprints and learn their history
Learn about what caused these unique rock formations and their colors
Hualapai Indians in full tribal dress perform traditional dance
Feel the freedom of open space and check out some AMAZING views!
This testament to human industry is not to be missed
Take a picture at the famous Las Vegas sign
Kayaking is a great activity for adults and kids
Take a soak in the hot springs (full-day tour only)