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Tours in Nevada starting from $1,654

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Nevada Tours

The first casino to open on the Las Vegas Strip was the Pair-O-Dice Club in 1931.

Gambling was legalized in 1931.

Nevada has the most mountain ranges in the United States.  The highest peak reaches over 13,000 feet.

The MGM Grand in Las Vegas is the largest hotel in the United States and the second largest in the world.

A large part of Nevada’s revenue is a result of gambling, and mining and tourism follow behind. Gambling taxes account for approximately 45% of Nevada’s revenue.

As the driest state in the United State, Nevada averages 9 inches of rain per year.

Why go on a Nevada Tour?

Nevada offers the best of two worlds: the glitzy entertainment district of Las Vegas and the natural wonders of the canyons and national parks. In Las Vegas, take in the crowds, glamour, and vibrant energy.  Relax at the pool, test your luck at the casino, dine at celebrity-chef restaurants, stay at world-class hotels, and enjoy only the finest shows and entertainment. Going beyond the pleasure hub of Las Vegas, you may also immerse yourself in the rich geological history on a Nevada Tour.

See the Lamoille Canyon and the Ruby Mountains, explore ghost towns via railways, and stargaze at one of the darkest night skies in Tonopah.  Take in the intricate rock formations at the Valley of Fire State Park, view the 6000-year-old petroglyphs at the archeological site of Grimes Point, and marvel at the lakes, waterfalls and mountains at Yosemite National Park. At the Zion National Park and the Bryce Canyon National Park, erosion has caused interesting rock formations and cliffs creating a divine landscape.  Explore these parks by foot, bike, or horseback.  Visit the famous Grand Canyon National Park, one of the Wonders of the World, and make sure to bring your camera! View the beautiful sunset over this stunning scene or take a flightseeing excursion for a better view. 

When is the best time to go?

Nevada’s climate is sunny and dry, averaging 0C in January and 20C in July. Walking the Las Vegas strip is nice in the warmer months, but to see the snowy mountaintops, opt for winter.  In Lake Tahoe, the highest alpine lake in the U.S, you may hike, golf, fish, bird-watch, and swim in the gorgeous Sand Harbour Beach in the summer, and enjoy skiing in the winter. In July and August, the renowned Shakespeare Festival takes place in Lake Tahoe.

Nevada Tours are perfect for those who want to experience a mix of dramatic Las Vegas excitement and breathtaking, natural majesty. With many tour options, you are able to choose what itinerary and tour duration you prefer. Tours range from 4 to 26 days - each allow you to discover the enchanting landscapes.  Call or visit our travel agents who can help you book an unforgettable vacation!