Sightseeing trips from; horseback, to luxury sports cars, to limousines, to three wheel skooters, to canoes, to hot air ballons, to helicopters, to airplanes, to botanical gardens, to old towns, to the desert, to the canyons, to indian petroglyphs, to desert landscapes, to historical hotels, soaring fountains, to the freemont street experience, to hot springs, to snow covered mountains in the middle of a desert, to a bridge overlooking the grand canyon, to a majestic view of hoover dam, to an historic railroad, to a gorgeous mormon temple, to beautiful state parks, to magnificent lakes with incredible flora.
There is nothing like seeing them in person. The Fountains of Bellagio were destined to romance your senses. Take in a spectacular show of thoughtfully interwoven water, music and light designed to mesmerize its admirers.
One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World see the Grand Canyon from a 10-foot-wide, horseshoe-shaped glass bridge extending 70 feet over the rim. Look down 4,000 feet, to the floor of the Canyon below.
Natural springs grow gardens of; wild grapevines, white oaks, fruit trees, willows and a spring-fed pond provides a refreshing children’s wading pool. Wild horses, deer and other wildlife come to the water and a series of trails wind throughout the park, making it a great for hiking, camping and picknicking.
Tour aboard the famed Desert Princess just minutes from the Las Vegas strip. Have a brunch tour, mid-day tour or dinner tour; while enjoying the wind in your hair, the sun on your face and the breathtaking scenery.
The first permanent non-native settlement in the Las Vegas Valley featuring the historic remains of an adobe fort, built by Mormon missionaries along a spring-fed creek in 1855. The visitor center contains exhibits and photos, illustrating the history of the site.
Discover the rainbow of natural colours splashed and layered across the Red Rock Canyon. Find tracks of small bipedal dinosaurs stamped in the Aztec Sandstone and the fossils of sea life dating back to the Paleozoic Era.
Spring Mountain Ranch State Park is adjacent to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Used historically as a working ranch and luxury retreat by a string of colorful owners including German actress Vera Krupp and millionaire Howard Hughes. Today visitors can explore some of the oldest buildings in Nevada.
Sunrise and Frenchman contain Vishnu Schist some of the oldest rocks in North America, dating back 2 billion years ago. Rarely climbed peak gives one the best birds eye view of Nellis AFB, which stores many of our nuclear weapon supply.