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2D1N Grand Canyon & Antelope Canyon Small Group Tour from Las Vegas
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From US$ 239.00

High Roller Las Vegas Ferris Wheel Ticket
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US$ 37.00

US$ 22.09

Antelope Canyon Small Group Day Tour from Las Vegas
★ 4.5
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US$ 229.00

Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Day Tour from Las Vegas with Optional Upgrades
★ 3.9
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US$ 180.00

From US$ 91.80

Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Day Tour from Las Vegas with Optional Upgrades
★ 4.3
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US$ 241.00

From US$ 115.00

Go Las Vegas Explorer Pass
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US$ 79.00

From US$ 76.00

Seven Magic Mountains, Hoover Dam, and Grand Canyon West Rim Tour from Las Vegas
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US$ 179.00

Go Las Vegas - All Inclusive Pass
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US$ 134.00

From US$ 127.30

3-Day Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce, Antelope Canyon and Monument Valley Small Group Tour from Las Vegas
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US$ 749.00

Savory Bites & Neon Lights Food Tour in Las Vegas
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US$ 299.00

Experiences for everyone in Las Vegas

Highlights of Las Vegas
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Las Vegas’ Best
From views of the script to the biggest celebrities in the world - see the best of Las Vegas’ tourist attractions!
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The Wonders of Grand Canyon
Take in landscape views and dramatic sceneries as you explore this steep canyon!
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Expeditions in Antelope Canyon
Put on your hiking shoes and get ready to enjoy spellbinding views and sandstone formations at the valley - accessible only with guided tours!
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Why people love Las Vegas

I highly recommend this trip! Although Antelope Canyon is closed until the end of this year, the Peek-A-Boo Canyon that local supplier MAXTOUR took us to is also beautiful! The tour guide Adam carefully reminded us that there is still driving time for the next itinerary, and there will be a rest stop every one and a half hours (and the rest rest toilets are very clean and many rooms do not need to queue 🤣) breakfast is provided on the car ( Muffins, bananas) There are also many kinds of snacks, drinks, water, all of which are unlimited supply, you will not be hungry at all! After arriving at Peek-A-Boo Canyon, the team leader Laura took us into the canyon. Not only did they drive us through the sandy land with four-wheel drive, but they also found fossils and traces left by the Hopi to show us (usually I would never notice when I went there) After coming back from the canyon, Adam has already prepared the lunch burger~ I arrived at Horseshoe Bay and Bauer Lake in the afternoon. The tour guides were very careful to tell us where fewer people can take better photos, and they will also help take pictures and flip other travelers. Let us refer to the beautiful photos 😂 is really great! The tour guide Adam has been in China for six years and his Chinese is very good. Those who don't speak English can participate with confidence! On the road, if you don’t want to eat what is provided in the car, you can also buy other fast food at the rest stop. The whole journey time is just right, not too rushed or too boring, and the return journey ends just before sunset. The relationship between the epidemic and the tourism industry is not booming now. This Maxtour really makes me feel their intentions. I chat and get along with tourists like friends. I highly recommend it~~~
Kook to the rescue again against long lines. Bought two tickets and went through skipping the ticket entry line. Initially one of the employees thought I had to line up and pick up my tickets physically so she had me wait on the wrong line; she corrected herself and scanned my ticket and allowed me to enter. Lovely and stunning view upstairs in the sphere. Due to covid they’re allowing approximately 10 person per. It’s definitely more than enough room for everyone to move around. I’d definitely suggest going during evening.
I highly recommend this trip! Although Antelope Canyon is closed until the end of this year, the Peek-A-Boo Canyon that local supplier MAXTOUR took us to is also beautiful! The tour guide Adam carefully reminded us that there is still driving time for the next itinerary, and there will be a rest stop every one and a half hours (and the rest rest toilets are very clean and many rooms do not need to queue 🤣) breakfast is provided on the car ( Muffins, bananas) There are also many kinds of snacks, drinks, water, all of which are unlimited supply, you will not be hungry at all! After arriving at Peek-A-Boo Canyon, the team leader Laura took us into the canyon. Not only did they drive us through the sandy land with four-wheel drive, but they also found fossils and traces left by the Hopi to show us (usually I would never notice when I went there) After coming back from the canyon, Adam has already prepared the lunch burger~ I arrived at Horseshoe Bay and Bauer Lake in the afternoon. The tour guides were very careful to tell us where fewer people can take better photos, and they will also help take pictures and flip other travelers. Let us refer to the beautiful photos 😂 is really great! The tour guide Adam has been in China for six years and his Chinese is very good. Those who don't speak English can participate with confidence! On the road, if you don’t want to eat what is provided in the car, you can also buy other fast food at the rest stop. The whole journey time is just right, not too rushed or too boring, and the return journey ends just before sunset. The relationship between the epidemic and the tourism industry is not booming now. This Maxtour really makes me feel their intentions. I chat and get along with tourists like friends. I highly recommend it~~~

Top sights in Las Vegas

Glamorous hotels, extravagant casinos, and trendy restaurants - these are one of the many things visitors can expect to experience in Las Vegas, Nevada. This bright and lively city, found in the middle of the west coast desert, is a popular destination for travelers who simply want to have fun. Read on to check out the best things to do in Las Vegas!

Bellagio Hotel and Casino

The Bellagio Hotel and Casino is one of the most iconic hotels in Las Vegas, as it was modeled after the small village by the beautiful Lake Como in Italy. This luxurious accommodation is recognized for its beautiful atmosphere as well as its excellent service and food. Visitors mostly drop by to see its famous water show at the fountain and mini “lake” right outside the hotel.
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Las Vegas Strip

Every Las Vegas tourist has to drop by the Las Vegas Strip, where almost all its popular hotels, casinos, and attractions are. If you aren’t checked into one of its glam accommodations, then best just go hotel hopping to check out each one of its themes, from the nautical Treasure Island to the Egypt-inspired Luxor. Various attractions that aren’t hotels or casinos are also found here, like Madame Tussauds and Mandalay Bay’s Shark Reef Aquarium.
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The STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPod

The STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPod, also found along Las Vegas Strip, is not your ordinary Vegas hotel and casino. It is recognized for its Stratosphere Tower, an observation tower found in its property, where travelers can get a magnificent view of the neon-lit city. Thrill-seeking visitors can also opt to ride the rides here like the Big Shot, Insanity, SkyJump, and X-Scream, where riders will face their fear of heights. There is also a revolving restaurant at the top of the observatory for an entirely new dining experience.
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Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Just around 24 kilometers west of Las Vegas is the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. If you’re tired of hotels, casinos, and commercial areas, you can reconnect with nature in this protected area, famous for its beautiful red rock formations and desert landscapes that look otherworldly in the sunrise or the sunset. Here, you can go hiking and rock climbing amidst the red rocks. For those who want to learn further about the geology and wildlife of the area, there is a visitor’s center that aims to educate travelers.
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