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Fly drive holidays are the perfect way to get around and see them all, maybe spending some of your winnings from the night before? Vegas is encircled by national forests, conservation areas, state parks and wildlife refuges, and whether you go north, south, east or west, there’s something picturesque to see. What’s more, our hire cars are brand new and the American roads are an absolute pleasure to drive. Choose a Las Vegas fly drive holiday and enjoy the great combination of comfort, conveni... Read more
Fly drive holidays are the perfect way to get around and see them all, maybe spending some of your winnings from the night before? Vegas is encircled by national forests, conservation areas, state parks and wildlife refuges, and whether you go north, south, east or west, there’s something picturesque to see. What’s more, our hire cars are brand new and the American roads are an absolute pleasure to drive. Choose a Las Vegas fly drive holiday and enjoy the great combination of comfort, convenience, and a sense of adventure!
Lake Las Vegas: Just a short drive away from the hustle and bustle of the Vegas 'Strip' is Lake Las Vegas. The resort has a Mediterranean feel to it with quaint cobblestone streets for you to explore, chic boutiques, and bars and restaurants aplenty. So why not spend a few days in Vegas and then relax at beautiful Lake Las Vegas?
Grand Canyon: One of the natural wonders of the world - 277 miles long, up to 18 miles wide in places, and reaching up to a mile deep. The Grand Canyon is a 5 hour drive from Las Vegas.
Death Valley: Explore the mudflats and green lakes in Death Valley, taking in the amazing rocky scenery that glows in different rainbow-like hues throughout the day. Death Valley is a 3 hour 15 min drive from Las Vegas and 5 hours 30 mins from Los Angeles.
Lake Havasu: This 46-mile long lake is a lush oasis in the desert-like surrounds, and you can enjoy a wide range of water sports on its calm, clear waters. The original London Bridge ended up here and to pay homage to its English roots, there's an English Village here complete with pub! Lake Havasu is a 3 hour drive from Las Vegas.
Lake Powell: Created by the Glen Canyon Dam, this giant lake has more miles of shoreline than the entire Pacific coast of the USA. Take walking trails, rent a boat, try water-skiing or relax in the sun. Lake Powell is a 5 hour drive from Las Vegas.
Phoenix & Scottsdale: A city that embodies the principles of pampering, recreation and relaxation. It has over 200 golf courses, ample spas and wellness resorts. All this, combined with near-perfect temperatures and fabulous natural scenery, make Scottsdale the perfect desert retreat. Phoenix and Scottsdale are a 5 hour drive from Las Vegas.
Monument Valley: Continue east from the Grand Canyon and you'll hit Monument Valley - a spectacular, colourful desert which you might recognise if you're a Wild West film fan! If you're not, you'll still be impressed by the huge, bizarre-shaped rock formations called buttes and mesas. Monument Valley is a 7 hour 20 min drive from Las Vegas and 10 hours from Los Angeles.
Zion National Park: The soaring beauty of Zion is evident in its monumental cliffs, rushing waterfalls and lush green forests, making this a peaceful and spiritual place to be. Zion National Park is a 3 hour drive from Las Vegas.
Bryce Canyon: This bizarrely beautiful place is not actually a canyon, but the edge of a densely forested plateau covered in hoodoos, which are precarious-looking spires, pinnacles, fins and mazes of red rock. Enjoy the miles of walking trails which wind through these surreal landscapes. Bryce Canyon is a 10 hour drive from Los Angeles and 5 hours from Las Vegas.
Flagstaff: A small intimate town, the perfect base from which to explore the American West. Flagstaff is a 4 hour 15 min drive from Las Vegas and 7 hours 20 mins from Los Angeles.Read less
You can't take a holiday in the Western USA and not visit the Grand Canyon: it's as simple as that.Grand Canyon holidays
It's the minerals in the rock layers that give famous Death Valley its amazing, technicolour rainbow displays that glow in different hues throughout the day.Death Valley holidays
A paradise for water sports enthusiasts, Lake Powell and Lake Havasu boast hundreds of miles of shoreline.Lake Powell & Lake Havasu holidays
In the heart of the Grand Canyon state is Scottsdale, a city built entirely on the principles of recreation and relaxation!Scottsdale holidays
This spectacular, colourful desert has featured in countless Wild West films - in fact, you'll probably find yourself looking around for John Wayne and his trusty steed trailing a cloud of dust behind them!Monument Valley holidays
Zion is an ancient Hebrew word meaning a place of refuge or sanctuary, and it is particularly apt for this spectacular 229sq miles of national park filled with dramatic cliffs, rushing waterfalls and unexpected lush vegetation.Zion National Park holidays
This amazing park is actually a series of horseshoe-shaped amphitheatres rather than an actual canyon, but it is nonetheless a spectacular example of the power of water erosion.Bryce Canyon holidays
The focal point of northern Arizona, Flagstaff is the perfect base from which to explore the signature scenery of the American West.Flagstaff holidays
There’s no question about it, Moab is the gateway to some of the most stunning red rock landscapes in the whole of the American Southwest.Moab holidays
Known as red-rock country, Sedona enjoys a breathtakingly beautiful location in the dramatic Arizona desert.Sedona holidays