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Join us on an amazing exploration of the back roads of Utah and Arizona to the most amazing sights and
national parks accessible only by 4×4 vehicle. A staggering 46 percent the American West is public land. This area contains not only famous national parks but also immense stretches of wilderness encompassing regions of equal wonder and appeal. Most of these areas are accessible only by 4×4 vehicles, as the roads leading to them are not
paved, but still easy to drive remote tracks maintained by local road crews. On this extraordinary
adventure we cross vast areas of open desert with few road signs and no infrastructure. We are rewarded with stunning scenery and solitude. At night you will sleep in hotels in the small desert towns sprinkled throughout the region.

Disclaimer: Many dirt roads become impassable when wet. We travel in the normally “dry season”.
Be prepared for program changes should the dirt roads become wet.

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Yellowstone is the world’s oldest national park, founded in 1872. This massive park protects half of the world’s geysers as well as some of the largest herds of megafauna in the northern hemisphere. Here we find a wilderness teaming with wildlife, such as bison, wolf, elk, deer, antelope, and of course bear. While it is one of the busiest parks in summer, winter is a season of quiet solitude within this land. All but one of the park’s roads are closed due to snow and hence the park is inaccessible to road- based tourists, while at the same time many of the animals descend from the mountains to spend the harsh winters in the valleys. Really the best way to enjoy Yellowstone’s wilderness is to visit during the winter months.

On this unique journey we will explore all the wonders of Yellowstone and Grand Teton far away from the crowds. Come with us to witness the amazing phenomenon of “fire and ice” – exploding geysers in a winter wonderland of snow. Many of the park’s animals can be found close to the roads and trails, making winter an incredible time to observe wildlife up close. Our journey visits the park from all accessible angles. Along the northern entrance we go on safari looking for wolves and on snowshoes we walk over the calcite terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs. From the West Entrance we head out on a snow coach to explore the Upper Geyser Basin – the world’s largest geothermal area. We will witness the explosion of Old Faithful, as it shoots up to 32,000 liters of boiling water up to 56 meters into the ice-cold air. Winter makes this experience especially spectacular, as the hot water reacts with the winter air. Near the famed cowboy town of Jackson, we explore the National Elk Refuge by sleigh, gliding through a herd of 7,000 wintering elk. Last but not least we snowshoe through the silent winter wilderness below the stunning peaks of Grand Teton National Park.

All inclusive: $1990.00 Includes: Food and Boarding; Yellowstone NP, Grand Teton NP • Guided Wolf Watching • Old Faithful by snowcoach • Sleigh ride in the National Elk Refuge
Full and Half board (breakfasts, picnic lunches and dinners)
7 nights in tourist class hotels (3-star) of which 2 nights are spent in cabins
6 picnic lunches (L) (self-made)
4 dinners (D) (group prepared)
7 breakfasts (B)
5 days of guided snowshoe walks of 2-4 hours – shorter or longer walks can be offered for those wanting to increase or decrease the time spent on trails
-Full day snow coach tour to Old Faithful
-Wolf watching with a naturalist
-Elk refuge sleigh ride
-Ample time to explore each national park in depth
-Amazing photography opportunities
-Centrally located hotels at the entrance to the parks and in downtown Jackson
-Cozy cabins and hotel suites for evening meals
-Small group tours with a maximum of 14 participants
-Expertly trained, dedicated, local tour directors

Book now for December 2018 and winter 2019 for last minute savings!

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Las Vegas is the perfect weekend getaway whether you want to lay by the pool all day, or catch a show and enjoy some drinks. This itinerary offers great ideas so you can enjoy the best attractions Vegas has to offer in a limited amount of time.

Day 1 – Friday Night

After you’ve checked into your hotel and explored the place, head to The Strip if you have never been here before. This can take as long or as short as you like. While you’re there you will probably be ready for some dinner.
Trip Advisor has rated these 3 restaurants as the best restaurants on The Strip:
● The Capital Grille – This critically acclaimed restaurant is known for its dry-aged steaks and world-class wines.
● Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab – The name says it all. If you love Seafood this is your place.
● Le Cirque – A French Cuisine with a coveted wine list and 5-course menu.
Depending on the hotel you’re staying at, it most likely has a bar and casino to have some fun in after walking The Strip.

Day 2 – Saturday

Vegas and the surrounding area is fortunate to have a lot of awesome day and night activities. One way to maximize the number of activities you can do without breaking the bank is to purchase a Las Vegas Go Card.

The card can be purchased for any trip amount from 2-5 days. You choose what attractions you want, the pass is then on your mobile device or you can print it out and you simply show the pass at each attraction. The card will save you up to 60% on admission on premium attractions and includes over 30 free attractions.

Stop 1: To start off the day, check out Vegas from up high. The High Roller Observation Wheel at the LINQ gives you a 30 minute, 360-degree views of Vegas.

Stop 2: Next head to the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens. This free attraction will give you many photo opportunities and a mesmerizing view.

Stop 4: Instead of flying all the way to Venice you can visit the Venetian Casino and Grand Canal instead. Here you can take a gondola ride and walk around to explore the unique hotel and grounds. You’ll encounter singers, stilt walkers, and living statues.

Stop 5: Time to see a show! With so many shows to choose from it could be hard to pick just one. Some of the most popular shows in Vegas right now are the Blue Man Group, KA by Cirque Du Soleil and Criss Angel Mindfreak Live.

Stop 6: If you’re still up for some fun after the show, check out the fountains at the Bellagio. The stunning water show features a variety of recognizable music that syncs with the water. The best part is, it’s totally free.

Day 3 – Sunday

Stop 1: To get the full feel of the area, visit the Grand Canyon Sky Walk and/or the Hoover Dam. Both activities will take up quite a bit of time with traveling.

● The Hoover Dam is free to walk around but if you want to take a tour of the power plant, the cost is $30 per person and takes about 1 hour. The price also includes entrance to the visitor center.
● Grand Canyon Skywalk offers a thrilling view of the Grand Canyon with a glass floor bridge sitting 4,000 feet above the canyon floor. Tickets to the skywalk start at $66.90 per person.

Stop 2: Head back to the strip and check out the Eiffel Tower. Here you can ascend to the top of the tower and enjoy the views of the city. Just a few floors down you can enjoy a delicious meal at the popular Eiffel Tower Restaurant.

These are just a few of the many awesome attractions in Las Vegas. With so much to do this is sure to be a place you’ll want to come back and enjoy time after time.

This post was written by Olivia Waddell at Custom Garage Storage Solutions. Local to Las Vegas, Custom Garage Storage Solutions helps homeowners organize their garage with cabinets, shelving, overhead racks, and flooring.

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If you’re planning a long or short vacation, or even, a weekend getaway with fun, entertainment, and the opportunity to let down your hair, Las Vegas is the place to be. But, if you’ve always connected “The Strip” with gambling, drinking, and perhaps, business conventions, think again! Because, the city has a whole range of tourist attractions that make it perfect for any kind of traveler. According to surveys conducted by Statista, close to 39.01 million people visited Las Vegas in the year 2017. And, the city is the most favored tourist destination for Americans for 2018.

Should you check the top lists of things to do in Las Vegas from TripAdvisor, USNews, TimeOut, or Thrillist, you will learn that the city can also be an exciting place for a family vacation or for rest and relaxation. You will be able to find a range of museum, theme parks with rides, and aquariums that kids will love to visit. The city also has a mind-boggling array of med-spas that offer you a range of treatments that can rejuvenate your mind and body, and send you back home looking like a fabulous goddess. Here is a quick list of the fun and interesting tourist attractions that “The Strip” is famous for.

1. Rejuvenation at a Medspa
Med-spas in today’s times are more than just massages, aromatherapy, and overall wellness. Stopover at a BHRC Medspa in Las Vegas and sign up for some of the treatments they have available. For instance, try the medical grade chemical peels, injectables, or Ultherapy sessions that can whisk away the years from your skin. Are you looking for some procedure that can revive your body cells and take away the aches and pains? Spend some time in the HVAC Hypobaric Chamber. Try body contouring to trim the last vestiges left over from your healthy diet and exercise or sign up for the customized weight loss program that takes your lifestyle, likes and dislikes into account. In short, the Med-spas are your one-stop destination for complete beauty and fitness.

2. Get a Quick Glimpse of Different Cities

Have you always dreamed of visiting Venice or New York? You can now experience the charm of these cities with a single stop – at Las Vegas. Among the many tourist attractions of the city is a slice of Venice recreated at The Venetian Casino and Grand Canal. Enjoy the songs of the street singers or watch the stilt walkers towering above the streets. Get a startling experience when one of the living statues starts to move or sign up for a romantic gondola ride on the Grand Canal. You could also shop at the many stores or visit Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum.Like the USNews advises, why spend thousands of dollars flying across the pond to the “Queen of the Adriatic” when you can simply drive to it? And, if traveling across the country the east coast isn’t something you want to do, visit New York City in Las Vegas. Enjoy the ambience of the Big Apple complete with the pizzerias, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, and Empire State Building. Want to have a honeymoon in Paris, the “City of Love?” Las Vegas gives you the whole experience – in the heart of Nevada.

3. Attractions Perfect for a Family Vacation
If you’re visiting Las Vegas with family, you absolutely must visit the Cirque du Soleil, one of the most incredible displays of acrobatic feats in the world. The show showcases various cultural and natural facets that will awe and enchant the kids. Aside from this tourist attraction, you can also take your kids on a ride aboard the High Roller Observation Wheel for a bird’s eye view of the city. Allow them to play on the sands of a faux beach at the Mandalay Bay and do take them to Shark’s Reef. TripAdvisor describes this awesome aquarium as having more than 2,000 sea creatures including sharks, sawfish, stingrays, turtles, piranha, and many others. Before you tuck the kids in for the night, take them to the Bellagio to witness the superb fountains, a charismatic display of light and water choreography.

4. Treat for Thrill-Seekers
Have you been looking for tourist attractions that get your adrenalin racing and blood pumping? Las Vegas has plenty of those. And, no. We’re not talking about the gaming tables. Attend the SPEEDVEGAS racing events that treat you to the stunning horsepower of the top car brands of the world including Audis, Corvettes, Ferraris, Jaguars, and Lamborghinis.

5. Mecca for Nature Lovers and Conservationists
Las Vegas offers you the delightful combination of the ultra-modern with neon lights and glamour mixed with the stunning natural beauty of the Mojave Desert with its picturesque red hills. Drive the short distance of 13 miles and you will be transported into a world that seems utterly far removed from the glitz of the city. Explore the Red Rock Canyon and revel in its heart-rending beauty. Keep in mind that the locale has hiking trails that are well-suited for both novice and experienced hikers and bikers. So strap on those boots, grab enough hydration and immerse yourself in the charms of nature. If the vistas of the desert have whetted your appetite for more, you must take a trip to the Hoover Dam, another of the most famous tourist attractions of Las Vegas.
“I didn’t know Las Vegas had all that!” Is that what you’re thinking? Do a bit of homework and you will be surprised and delighted at everything “The Strip” has to offer you. Have you always equated the city with casinos, glamour, neon lights and a town that always pulsates with high energy and excitement? The next time you visit, check out the other tourist attractions of the city. You will return rejuvenated in mind, body, and spirit.

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Yellowstone is the world’s oldest national park, founded in 1872. This massive park protects half of the world’s geysers as well as some of the largest herds of mega fauna in the northern hemisphere. Here we find a wilderness teaming with wildlife, such as bison, wolf, elk, deer, antelope, and of course bear. While it is one of the busiest parks in summer, winter is a season of quiet solitude within this land. All but one of the park’s roads are closed due to snow and hence the park is inaccessible to road- based tourists, while at the same time many of the animals descend from the mountains to spend the harsh winters in the valleys. Really the best way to enjoy Yellowstone’s wilderness is to visit during the winter months.

On this unique journey we will explore all the wonders of Yellowstone and Grand Teton far away from the crowds. Come with us to witness the amazing phenomenon of “fire and ice” – exploding geysers in a winter wonderland of snow. Many of the park’s animals can be found close to the roads and trails, making winter an incredible time to observe wildlife up close. Our journey visits the park from all accessible angles. Along the northern entrance we go on safari looking for wolves and on snowshoes we walk over the calcite terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs. From the West Entrance we head out on a snow coach to explore the Upper Geyser Basin – the world’s largest geothermal area. We will witness the explosion of Old Faithful, as it shoots up to 32,000 liters of boiling water up to 56 meters into the ice-cold air. Winter makes this experience especially spectacular, as the hot water reacts with the winter air. Near the famed cowboy town of Jackson, we explore the National Elk Refuge by sleigh, gliding through a herd of 7,000 wintering elk. Last but not least we snowshoe through the silent winter wilderness below the stunning peaks of Grand Teton National Park.

All inclusive: Book now for Winter 2018 and 2019! Yellowstone wildlife walk_8 days for $1560 • Grand Teton NP
• Wolf Watching • Old Faithful by snowcoach • Sleigh ride in the National Elk Refuge

Full and Half board (breakfasts, picnic lunches and dinners)

7 nights in tourist class hotels (3-star) of which 2 nights are spent in cabins
6 picnic lunches (L) (self-made)
4 dinners (D) (group prepared)
7 breakfasts (B)
 5 days of guided snowshoe walks of 2-4 hours – shorter or longer walks can be offered for those wanting to increase or decrease the time spent on trails
 Full day snow coach tour to Old Faithful
 Wolf watching with a naturalist
 Elk refuge sleigh ride
 Ample time to explore each national park in depth
 Amazing photography opportunities
 Centrally located hotels at the entrance to the parks and in downtown Jackson
 Cozy cabins and hotel suites for evening meals
 Small group tours with a maximum of 14 participants
 Expertly trained, dedicated, local tour directors

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Comparing the Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour with the Airplane Tour to Grand Canyon is like comparing Lobster and Sushi, both are extremely tasty, but what are you in the mood for? The Helicopter tour is amazing, but it’s just as much about the Helicopter experience as seeing the Grand Canyon. The Airplane tour is perfect for visiting the Grand Canyon National Park South Rim, when time is limited, but you want to see the deepest, highest, widest part of the Grand Canyon. With Airplane, you will see all the same attractions of the Helicopter tour flight (Las Vegas city views, Mojave Desert, Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, Colorado River) and more of Grand Canyon and the Colorado Plateau. Walk the famous South Rim Trail or go for a short hike into the Grand Canyon via the Bright Angel Trail. I suggest, skip the champagne picnic and go for a hike and really see the famous Grand Canyon National Park South Rim.

Learn more and book here for best prices:
www.vegasactivetravelguide.com/city/tours-to-do-vegas/grand-canyon-scenic-airlines/

Includes, Airplane flight to Grand Canyon South Rim with NO Landing at Colorado River; Full tour via Shuttle Bus of the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park after landing at Grand Canyon South Airport, your tour continues with transportation to the Grand Canyon National Park. Included self-guided 3 hours National Park tour, backpacker’s lunch, shuttle service and all park fees. Here you’ll witness the awe-inspiring vistas, panoramic overlooks and trails that can only be accessed from inside the park. End your trip in style with a flight back to Las Vegas.

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So you are in Las Vegas and want to see and tour Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend. Why not take an airplane? The fastest and most interesting means of travel over the Grand Canyon is an Airplane. You will see all the famous landmarks on your way to Page, AZ. Municipal Airport. Including: City of Las Vegas, Boulder City, Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, the Vermillion Cliffs and views of Grand Canyon North, West and South Rims, Glen Canyon Dam, and Lake Powell.

When you land, transport awaits at the Page Municipal Airport to bring you to some of the world-famous sightseeing destinations in the Navajo Territories. Your adventure begins at Antelope Canyon on a guided tour by your Navajo Tour Guide. Expect about 2 hours at Antelope Canyon. Next, the journey continues to the nearby Horseshoe Bend for the second part of the adventure. This curious curve of the Colorado River is also a photographer-favorite.

Please note: All guests must be at least 6 years old to enjoy this experience. Due to the sandy footing in Antelope Canyon, and the rough terrain and incline at Horseshoe Bend, this tour is not wheelchair-accessible. Sturdy shoes are highly recommended.

What’s Included in the Las Vegas to Antelope Canyon Tour:
Roundtrip hotel pick-up and drop-off
Fixed-wing flight to Page, Arizona
Inspiring aerial views of Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, Vermillion Cliffs, and Glen Canyon
Guided tour of Antelope Canyon
Moderate hike to Horseshoe Bend overlook
Spectacular photo opportunities
Light meal included

What To Bring:
Bring your I.D. – All passengers booked on a tour must have government issued forms of identification.
Be sure to book your tour as early in your trip as possible.

Water: You may bring a bottle of water, however the bottle is not allowed to be opened in the aircraft.

Don’t forget your camera! Cameras and phones are allowed and encouraged, but please be aware that the use of “Selfie Sticks” and extending camera poles are strictly prohibited in and around the aircraft.
Not sure what to wear? Layered clothing is recommended through the months of March to September, and winter clothing should be worn from October to mid-March.

Wear sensible shoes. The ground at the Grand Canyon is rough, rocky and uneven. It is important to wear sturdy, toe-covering shoes that can handle rough terrain. Sneakers or hiking boots are highly recommended.

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Best way to maximize your day trip from Las Vegas to Grand Canyon’s South Rim National Park.

First tip of the day, skip breakfast and leave Las Vegas at 6:00am.

1. Take Las Vegas Blvd (The Strip) direction south and stop at the famous “Welcome to Las Vegas Sign” Why? Early morning visit (perfect sun position) allows you to take best photos with very short or no wait times at this famous Las Vegas landmark.

2. Continue on Las Vegas Blvd (The Strip) direction south and take the highway 215 East (Interstate) direction Boulder City, Nevada. It will be on the left side of Las Vegas Blvd.

3. Follow road signs to Boulder City (Hoover Dam). It’s about 35 minutes’ drive. After you reach Boulder City, follow road sign directions to the Hoover Dam.

4. Now plan your next stop at Hoover Dam Lodge. You will see it when you see Lake Mead driving down entering Lake Mead National Recreation Park on hill left side of road. Here you have breakfast at the café or buy a coffee at the Hoover Dam Lodge, gift shop. It offers a fantastic café with great prices. The Hoover Dam Lodge was built in 1932, but fully renovated in 2015. Here is the next insider tip for Hoover Dam; inside the lobby of Hoover Dam Lodge is the best free Hoover Dam exhibition in the area. Enjoy it, you, your friends and family will get a great sense of the enormous achievement the construction of the Hoover Dam accomplished. Also, great place to use the restrooms and get good coffee at the gift shop.

5. Now drive to Hoover Dam. It should take about 10 mins from the Hoover Dam Lodge’s parking lot. Drive across the Hoover Dam to the Arizona side and park. You should spend about 20-30 mins viewing the dam and talking photos.

6. ONLY IF YOU HAVE EXTRA TIME! Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Bridge overlook, you can stop there for photos, but only for 10 mins. Walk up the stairs on to the bridge.
To get back from the Hoover Dam, AZ parking to Kingman, Arizona, you must drive back the same way you came; The Pat Tillman Bridge overlook parking lot will be on your left. You will see the parking lot on your left side. Park and walk up the steps to get on the Bridge. You will have fantastic views of the Colorado River, Hoover Dam and more.

7. Now get back on the Highway direction Kingman, AZ. It’s AZ Route 93 East. You will cross over the Colorado River, but from the road on the bridge you can’t see anything.

(Note: if you want to go shooting, on the left side of highway, you will see Burgers and Shooting place. There you can even shoot a 20 caliber sniper rifle.)

8. When you arrive in Kingman, immediately get in left lane and take Interstate 40 East direction Flagstaff, AZ and or Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO.

9. After Seligman, AZ drive Route 66 East. Then back on the Interstate Highway 40 direction Williams, AZ. This is your last stop before driving to the Grand Canyon National Park. Only Stop if you need Gas for car. Buy gasoline for your car in Williams, AZ. At the Circle K Store. The price for gas or diesel is much cheaper than at the Grand Canyon.

On the way to Grand Canyon, ONLY STOP AT SELIGMAN if you are good on time, if you stop at Seligman, AZ Route 66, expect to spend 30 minutes. Roadrunner Café is the best place to use the bathroom, buy t-shirts, get a snack, or even a coffee. Also, great WIFI and the password is PeepPeep.

10. Then follow Route 66 East to Interstate 40, direction Williams, AZ. From Williams, AZ you will drive to Grand Canyon, about 60 miles, or 100km. After you enter the Grand Canyon National Park, drive directly to the Visitor Center and park the car. At the Visitor Center you can start your Grand Canyon sightseeing and photo adventure tour. Check out wonderful views at Mather Point.

You can get on the free shuttle bus and go to Bright Angel Lounge. There you should hike down in the Grand Canyon on the Bright Angel Trail. Leave the Grand Canyon 2 hours before sunset! Driving in dark on the country roads is very dangerous. Many wild animals come out at night and might hit a Deer, Antelope and Elk.

I would recommend if you feel tired driving back to Las Vegas you get a room to sleep at Seligman, AZ. If you do stay there in a Motel, there is a good place to get a beer called the Black Cat Bar.

You must leave your HOTEL in Las Vegas at 5:30 am. It will be a little dark still but okay! No later! Tips on driving, you can safely drive +5 mph over the posted speed limit signs. So, when it says 65 MPH you can drive 70mph.

5:30 am Leave Hotel
5:40 am Arrive “Welcome to Las Vegas Sign” Take photos!
5:50 am Drive to Hoover Dam Lodge Hotel
6:40 Arrive at Hoover Dam Lodge Hotel get coffee use bathroom and see free exhibit
7:00 am Leave hotel and drive to Hoover Dam
7:15 Arrive at Hoover Dam, AZ side parking-lot, take photos and go.
7:30 Leave for Kingman, AZ
8:30 Arrive Kingman, NO STOPS KEEP DRIVING, next stop Seligman, AZ
9:40 Arrive in Seligman, AZ Stop at Roadrunner 66 Café Coffee, bathroom, photos and t-shirts
9:55 Leave Seligman, drive to Williams, AZ ONLY STOP IN WILLIAMS FOR GAS
11:25 Arrive to Grand Canyon National Park. Park car at Visitor Center, You can get information in Spanish at the time you pay. Get foreign language National Park Map too. It will explain all to you. Walk behind Visitor Center to Mather Point. Excellent Views of Grand Canyon. Then walk along the South Rim Trail direction Hopi House. Then walk to the Bright Angel Trail, walk 15 mins down in the Grand Canyon. Then take Shuttle bus back to Visitor Center to get your car and drive to Hotel or back to Las Vegas. Timing: You will need from Bright Angel Lodge to Visitor center 30 mins on Shuttle Bus. If you need a hotel at Grand Canyon, Tusayan, AZ. Best place is called Red Feather Lodge. More info: www.vegasactivetravelguide.com

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Fly over the famous Las Vegas Strip, past the Stratosphere Tower, Caesars Palace and hope for a glimpse of the Bellagio’s fountains before spotting the skyline of New York-New York and the beam atop the Luxor pyramid. Experience the best way to view the Las Vegas Strip during the evening in a Helicopter.

What to Expect on Tour:
Limousine Pickup, to start your experience off right, Sundance Helicopters will pick you up from your hotel in a stretch limousine and bring you to our beautiful pre-flight lounge. Please note this is a shared limousine service with other Sundance passengers. Private limousines may be booked upon request for a nominal fee.

In-Flight Narration, enjoy music and pilot commentary of the major landmarks and history timed perfectly to your flight. Experience the unforgettable bright lights of the city from above with Sundance Helicopters.

Insider Tip: Ask for seats 1 and 2.

One thing that sets Sunrise Helicopters apart is that it equips its helicopters with 6 passenger seats. This provides extra comfort and exceptional views from every seat, unlike the 7-passenger setup that many other companies use for their helicopter rides in Las Vegas. That said, the two seats with the best views are the ones right in the front, next to the pilot. Those are seats 1 and 2, and I’d recommend that when you book your tour, you request those two seats.

Includes:
All fees and taxes, transportation Hotel to Hotel.

Why Fly Sundance Helicopters?

Limousine Service with Hotel Pick-Up and Drop Off
Fly out of private terminal at McCarren Airport (Close by Strip)
Top, State of the Art, Eurocoptor Helicopters
Includes Fly Over Las Vegas Strip on return from Grand Canyon
Best Service, Staff and Top Value & Winner “2017 Best of Vegas” Award!
FAA Diamond Award for Maintenance

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The World Famous Popovich Comedy Pet Theater is a family-oriented blend of the unique comedy and juggling skills of Gregory Popovich, and the talents of his furry costars.

The most beloved family show in the world, featuring an amazing cast of house cats, dogs; parrots and even geese and mice! Critics describe the show as a unique blend of physical comedy, world-champion juggling and the extraordinary talents of more than 30 performing pets. Gregory Popovich has rescued these animals from shelters all over the country and has transformed them into Las Vegas stars.

Popovich is a fifth generation circus performer who learned early on how to develop strong bonds with animals. He released his first book “You CAN Train Your Cat” in late 2009 and has been featured on The Tonight Show, David Letterman, in USA Today and People Magazine.

Great show for kids and family entertainment.

Showtime: 4 pm except Sunday & Monday
Show Length: 60 minutes
Location: V Theater, Planet Hollywood
No Age Restriction

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