Sin city? More like excitement central! Nestled in the heart of the wild, wild west, Las Vegas pretty much has it all from spectacular shows to dazzling casinos.
Located in the Nevada desert, Las Vegas is the home of fine dining, high-end shopping, endless gambling and all-night partying, but if you think that’s all this sun-drenched city has to offer then think again! Providing entertainment for days, our Las Vegas tours certainly pack a punch with your local leader understanding how best to fully immerse yourself under the captivating neon lights of the Las Vegas strip. Compared to the rest of your trip, which was probably spent outside hiking through some of the United States National Parks, Las Vegas offers a contrasting city experience so you can have the best of both worlds. Whether you prefer to gorge yourself at budget-friendly restaurants or dance the night away in one of Las Vegas’ many premium clubs, our tours are guaranteed to have you feeling like you hit the jackpot.
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You can travel by either plane or car to get to Las Vegas, depending on where you’re travelling from. Las Vegas is a short flight away from neighboring cities, and we offer trips that will take you from San Fran to Vegas and LA to Las Vegas.
Getting around Las Vegas is quite easy with an extensive range of public transport and private transfer options. The monorail is possibly the easiest and most popular form of transport for travelling along the Las Vegas strip, with the monorail arriving roughly every 6 minutes and stopping at 7 stations up and down the strip. Otherwise, if you're staying at a hotel located on the strip, you can easily walk to various destinations and Uber rides are also easily accessible as well as organizing private transfers via limousines and cars.
The legal age for gambling in any Las Vegas casino is 21 years or older. The same age also applies for consuming alcohol. If you’re underage you can walk through the casino, but you're not allowed stop or congregate around a gaming area even if you are accompanied by an adult.
Depending on when you want to travel, the weather in Las Vegas is generally sunny all year round with a mostly dry climate. It can get up to 105°F in the Summer months (June, July, August) and can get down to as low as 39°F in Winter (December, January, February), so make sure you’re aware of the forecasted temperature for your trip so you know exactly what you should pack.
Las Vegas offers a whole heap of amazing accommodation options, each with their own impressive identifying features. Some of these hotels include:
- Caesars Palace Las Vegas
- New York New York Hotel & Casino
- Mirage Las Vegas
- ARIA Resort & Casino
- Treasure Island Las Vegas
- Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
- The Venetian Resort
- Luxor Hotel & Casino
- Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
- Bellagio Las Vegas
Freemont Street is in Downtown Las Vegas and is the second most famous street in Nevada after the Las Vegas strip. This street plays host to several iconic casinos such as the Golden Nugget Las Vegas Hotel & Casino and the Four Queens, and houses arrange of attractions including the Freemont Street Experience.
The Bellagio Fountains are scheduled to run every 30 minutes from 3:00pm to 8:00pm and every 15 minutes from 8:00pm to midnight Monday – Friday. On the weekends and holiday periods, the fountains will run every 30 minutes from 12:00pm to 8:00pm, and then every 15 minutes from 8:00pm to midnight.
There are heaps of great options in a range of cuisines if you're travelling to Las Vegas on a budget. Below are some of our favourites:
- Chin Chin
- Ellis Island BBQ
- Mr. Mamas
- Steak 'n' Shake
- Sirrico's Pizza
- Lucky Penny