Las Vegas has to be seen to be believed and can entertain you round the clock. But this flamboyant desert city has something else too — the added bonus of being surrounded by natural wonders. So, why not take a self-drive tour and check out the West’s famous canyons and national parks? Leaving the fast pace of Vegas behind, you’ll drive through wild open landscapes, to the curious rock formations of Bryce Canyon, the red towers of Monument Valley and the immense Grand Canyon. If you’d rather someone else do the driving, there’s always our guided tours. Relax on the coach on spectacular routes, like the Pacific Coast Highway, and maybe throw in some short flights and a train ride along the way.
From the bright lights to some of Nature’s finest sights, take a look at our tours below departing from Las Vegas or check out our Las Vegas holidays to start planning your ideal trip.
Las Vegas will no doubt dazzle you with its flashing neon, chiming slot machines and eye-watering creations. But this glitzy city sits among some of the States’ most jaw-dropping natural scenery. And this tour takes you on a loop to see some of the best. You’ll experience the Grand Canyon from every angle — flying in a private jet over Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, and the Colorado River, before a road trip with stops along the canyon’s rim, and a vintage train journey on the Grand Canyon Railway to Williams. If the scenery doesn’t steal the show, the train’s old-fashioned shootout and railway robbery just might. You also get to tick off Route 66 from your bucket list as you stroll down parts of the historic road in Williams and Flagstaff. But it’s the roads out of town that promise the biggest eye-openers, as you follow them to see the slots of Antelope Canyon, the iconic Western scenery of Monument Valley, the rose-hued hoodoos and amphitheatres of Bryce Canyon, and the lush forests and dramatic cliffs of Zion.
Cherry-picking only the finest finds in California and Nevada, and travelling like a VIP in a private 16 seater plane, gives you more time to experience each stop.
Las Vegas, San Francisco, LA: the golden triangle’s a must for any west coast wanderer. Throwing you in the deep end, Las Vegas comes with a flamboyant flurry of pinging slot machines, million-dollar shows, and all-you-can-squeeze-in dining and shopping.
Leaving Las Vegas, its complete antithesis awaits in Yosemite; a serene valley whose flamboyance comes from the drama of sights like Tunnel View, El Capitan, and Bridalveil Falls.
One may be super-sized and the other merely 49 square miles, but sprawling LA and mini San Francisco share one thing: endless attractions. The names trip off the tongue: Hollywood Walk of Fame, Rodeo Drive, and Santa Monica Beach; San Fran’s Golden Gate Bridge, Chinatown, and Fisherman’s Wharf. And, linking the two, the Central Coast is laced with its own attractions, from Morro Bay to Carmel’s stunning 17-Mile Drive.
Discover the natural wonders that stand in complete contrast to Las Vegas’ manmade masterpieces. You'll start on the famous Las Vegas Strip, lined with exclusive malls and themed hotels, each vying to beat the next for the best shows, restaurants and casinos, and the wackiest attractions. Then drive away from the city — to where nature, solitude and silence reign. Five nights out in wild national parks will open your eyes to nature’s own extraordinary creations. Wonder at the shadow-throwing rock formations of Bryce Canyon; the light-catching turrets of Monument Valley; the endlessly changing terrains of Canyonlands; and the eye-defying depths of the Grand Canyon.
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