Many Options on a Las Vegas Vacation

Nevada’s largest city, Las Vegas is located in the desert, surrounded by Baron Hill. LV is famous throughout the world for its insane nightlife and gambling, and there’s a lot you can do here.  Las Vegas is an amazing destination to visit year-round; its cold winter weather is suitable for sightseeing, whereas during summer,  the temperature can go over 104 degrees Fahrenheit, and that’s when everyone rushes to the hotel pools.

Here’s our list of things you should definitely do on your trip to Vegas:













  1. The Strip

The strip is actually a 2.5-mile-long central part of Las Vegas Boulevard, running from the northeast to the southwest region of Vegas. It is thoroughly lined with iconic entertainment palaces, marvelous performance venues, grand luxury hotels, and posh dining stops. The Strip is truly impressive at night when it gets illuminated by an endless succession of bright neon signs.

  1. Visit the Mandalay Bay and the Shark Reef Aquarium

The Mandalay Bay Resort is located at the Strip’s southwest end, near the Luxor hotel. The Shark Reef Aquarium here is a major tourist attraction. This gigantic 1,300,000-gallon tank is home to a wide range of species including sharks, fish, rays, reptiles, and marine invertebrates. There are over 100 sharks here from more than 15 different species and more than 2,000 other fishes in all are on display. The Shark Tunnel is the most impressive section.

  1. Ride the High Roller Ferris Wheel on the Linq

The High Roller Ferris wheel is located at the Linq Promenade’s corner, right across the strip. This humongous Ferris wheel is a whopping 550 feet high and it takes thirty minutes to complete one full rotation, while riders enjoy wonderful views over the strip and nearby areas from its capsules. Each capsule can accommodate up 40 people. Views are particularly amazing at night with the city lights glitter.

  1. Take a Helicopter Ride over Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon

For an amazing Ariel sights over the Las Vegas city and the Grand Canyon, you can take a helicopter ride. There are lots of companies in Las Vegas providing helicopter tours over Las Vegas and the Strip, and even as far as the Grand Canyon. This is an amazing opportunity for you if you have a limited time to cover not just Vegas, but also the surrounding areas and one of America’s most beautiful and famous natural attractions.


Awesome Things To Do in the Bahamas

The Bahamas is one of the world’s most exotic tropical destinations that many people dream of visiting, and many others actually do visit every year. It is famous around the world for its warm tropical beaches with heavenly views and beautiful marine wildlife, but there’s a lot more to explore once you’ve reached there, like the Pirates Museums, the amusement parks, the luxury resorts, etc. My family recently traveled to the Caribbean and made sure to stop in the Bahamas for a few days.  My buddy from Arizona, who owns Mesa Towing Services, which is one of the businest towing services in Mesa, Arizona, was taking a much needed vacation.  Here is a list of some of the three most fun things to do in this heavenly land to make the most of your time spent there.

  1. Water Sports

What could be better than soaring at high speeds above, or diving into the depths of, the crystal clear waters of the ocean around the Bahamas? These adventure sports take full advantage of the waters of the ocean enclosing the islands. There are lots of different water sports you can try here, like jet skiing, parasailing, banana boat riding, and snorkeling. One of most amazing features of these islands are the awe-inspiring coral reefs, which consist of some of the world’s most diverse and beautiful flora-fauna, and snorkeling will get you within reaching the distance of all of them. There are many companies in the Bahamas that provide these at affordable prices. They take care of all the equipment, transportation and also guide you throughout the sport to ensure you’re safe the whole time.


  1. Trying out the Conch Salad

The famous Conch salad is the celebrated local cuisine of the Bahamas. The Conch salad is made of a marine mollusk which lives in a spiral shell. This dish of Bahamas is quite famous around the world and something every visitor wants to try. It is cooked from the meat inside the shell—chopped up and served with a mix of various vegetables and seasonings. You should definitely taste it while you’re in the Bahamas, and the locals say that it’s the best taste can be found at the Arawak Cay Fish Fry hotel.

  1. Exploring The Island

Bahamas is one of the most heavenly places to visit around the world. The atmosphere is very unique and exotic, and there are not many places in the world which could give you a better holiday experience. There are lots of ‘little’ things you can do in these serene land, like taking walks on as many of its beaches as you can, exploring the local area, it’s market and cuisine, interacting with the sweet locals and ensuring you make the most of each of the activities that we have mentioned above.


New York City is a place where history meets happiness with world-class media, fashion, entertainment, Museums, iconic statutes, eateries and bars just to mention but a few. The city is filled with the vibrancy of creativity and the desire of visitors to learn America’s history and development just in one single city. This is evident when you start exploring a museum after another one and get to enjoy the creativity and the rich history of America that has endured generations. The following are top destinations in New York that will give all this satisfaction.


  • Central Park

An urbanized Eden that gives visitors and the residents an amazing experience is a combination of exercise yard and escape hatch. A Central Park is a place where everyone in New York visits to have either a special time to relax or exercise. The first impression for the visitors is in the southern section of the park from 59th to 72nd street. Despite the large numbers who visit this place you can always get a lonely and nice spot to ponder, picnic or take greenery mostly on sunny days.

  • Whitney Museum of American Art

This is a well-structured museum with eight floors where six floors are accessible to the general public. The museum covers about 50,000 square feet with a spectacular gallery space. The museum has around 13,000 square feet of space that is outdoor with a view of downtown, Hudson River, and Meatpacking District.

  • American Museum of Natural History

New York City is the home of the largest most impressive sight of the natural museum. Its a four city block Museum with 45 exhibition halls for Natural History. The Museum has over 30 Million artifacts from the outer space, land, and sea. Everything here is natural and you will be blown natural collection from all over the planet. This is a must-visit destination.

  • Museum of Modern Art

A building structure that will blow your mind with a maze of walkways of glass that allows viewing of the art from different and many angles. This is a home that host novice and enthusiast’s masterpieces of the art of great artists of the history. The masterpiece owners in this Museum include the great Van Gogh’s Starry Night, Picasso’s Les Demoiselles D Avignon among another great artwork.

  • Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

New York is a home for Museums and all of them are unique in their ways. This museum was opened in 1959 shortly after the death of Wright. It is said to be among the greatest buildings of the 20th century. The building is known for its architecture and more on its collection of well-curated shows and superlative collection of art.

When you visit New York City, you will be welcomed by many fascinating destinations and people starting from the street performers to the food vendor. The many museums that are located all over the city will give you the curiosity to keep on exploring a museum after a museum.