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.

 

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