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One of the hottest shows in town, “O” by Cirque du Soleil has been in permanent residence at the famous Bellagio Hotel since 1998. Rated one of the best things to do in Las Vegas “O” is a sensational water themed stage production featuring an international cast of gravity defying acrobats, synchronised swimmers and divers performing in, on and above the water in a truly remarkable production that leave audiences spellbound. Suitable for families and couples alike the show’s fantastical sets and mesmerising choreography makes this unique Cirque du Soleil show one of Vegas’s must see experiences!
Cirque du Soleil “Michael Jackson One”
Come and experience the new adventures of “the King of Pop” in the thrilling Cirque du Soleil production of Michael Jackson One at Las Vegas’s Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. Hailed by Rolling Stone as a “virtual parade of wow moments” Featuring many of his greatest hits, Michael Jackson One explores the creative genius of this legendary musical icon in an amazing fusion of acrobatics, music, dance and awe inspiring visual effects. The Mandalay Bay’s state of the art surround sound theatre is the only seat in town for a Michael Jackson show that you’ll never forget!
Maverick Helicopters - Wind Dancer Deluxe Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour
No trip to Las Vegas would be complete without a visit to the spectacular Grand Canyon, one of the most famous natural wonders of the world and there’s no doubt that one of the most exhilarating ways to experience Arizona’s famous “rocky gorge” is on board one of Maverick’s deluxe Eco Star helicopters . On the Wind Dancer tour you’ll experience breath taking views of Las Vegas, Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam on your way to the Grand Canyon where you’ll land within the Canyon itself for the champagne lunch of a lifetime. Then it’s back aboard your limousine of the sky for the return trip through amazing rock formations of the Grand Canyon and a flight over Downtown Las Vegas and along the Las Vegas Trip – a fitting finale to a fantastic adventure.
Enjoy an unbelievable view of the "Entertainment Capitol of the World" on a Las Vegas Night Tour with Maverick helicopters. Fly high over the famous megaresorts of the Las Vegas Strip and experience a breath-taking bird's eye view of this wonderful city from the comfort of your skyline limousine - from the never fading light beam of the Luxor Pyramid and the Bellagio Fountains to Caesar’s Palace and Freemont Street, home to the city's first casinos, you’ll see it all from the sky on this memorable adventure. Better keep your camera ready!
Downtown Lip Smacking Foodie Tour
Enjoy an unforgettable Las Vegas culinary experience on the 2.5 hour guided Downtown Lip Smacking Foodie Tour - don’t worry about queuing to get in because your experienced guide will get you right in to some of the city’s most exciting restaurants whose passionate chefs and signature dishes never fail to excite. Tour highlights include VIP service with immediate service, 12 or more food selections, knowledgeable guides with insider tips, guided walking tour between stops and restaurant gratuities. Signature beverage upgrade options are also available – get three signature drinks at pre-selected destinations along the way.
Visit three of the Aria’s most highly acclaimed restaurants for an extra special brunch Vegas style on the 2.5 hour Lip Smacking Boozy Bunch Tour to enjoy an amazing array of signature brunch dishes, and cocktails. From trendy treats such as avocado toast garnished with jicama and jalapeno and crispy leeks with spicy hollandaise sauce at Chef Brian Malarkey’s Herringbone restaurant to brunch Asian style with dim sun, barbeque pork ribs and warm sticky coconut rice with mango at Lemongrass. In between you’ll stop off at the Aria’s glamorous French café the Bardot Brasserie for golden French toast, caramelised custardy canelés and lots more. Tour highlights include VIP seating with no waiting, selection of cocktails or mocktails and a personal guide armed with insider knowledge and tips.
Chill out in the back of a luxurious Tour Trekker Jeep on an amazing sightseeing and off road adventure to the South Rim of the iconic Grand Canyon where you’ll stop at some of the best viewing points and be given informative talks about the history and geology of this magnificent wonder of the world.
Stratosphere Hotel, Casino & SkyPod - Top of the World Restaurant
Savour a Las Vegas dining experience like no other at the Stratosphere’s award winning Top of the World restaurant. Rising more than 800 feet above the Las Vegas skyline at the Stratosphere Hotel, Casino & SkyPod the Top of the World restaurant combines fine dining and an elegant atmosphere with breath-taking views of Las Vegas and the surrounding area from its 360 degree revolving tower. It’s easy to see why this Las Vegas hot spot has previously received “Best of Las Vegas Award” for Best Fine Dining Restaurant, Best Romantic Spot and Best Restaurant with a View!
Cosmopolitan Hotel & Casino - Boulevard Pool
Overlooking the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, the pool district at the Cosmopolitan offers three unique Las Vegas pool experiences, from the lively adult only beach club atmosphere of the Marquee Dayclub to the more tranquil setting of the Bamboo Pool you’ll find the pool scene that you’re looking for right here at the Cosmopolitan Hotel. The multi-level Boulevard pool is the largest of the hotel’s three pools with fantastic views of Las Vegas in all directions. – kick back, relax and let the friendly pool staff take care of you while the Boulevard’s lively DJ’s and musical performer’s keep you entertained. The Boulevard also transforms into an open air concert venue, a colossal movie screen and even a seasonal ice skating rink.
LINQ High Roller
Book your seat on board the LINQ High Roller for stunning 360-degree views out over the Las Vegas Strip and the surrounding area - it’s the world’s largest observation wheel towering 550 feet in the Sky with each ride on this spectacular Ferris wheel lasting 30 minutes. Are you feeling brave and adventurous? If the answer is yes then fly the new zip line attraction at the LINQ, it’s an adrenaline fuelled, sky high, thrill ride in the heart of the Vegas Strip - not for the faint hearted!
Cosmopolitan Hotel & Casino – Estiatorio Milos Greek Restaurant
Cosmopolitan Hotel & Casino – Estiatorio Milos Greek Restaurant
With a long standing reputation for excellence and serving only the freshest and most pristine seafood, Estaitorio Milos by restauranteur Costs Siliadis is a unique Greek restaurant located on the third floor of the Cosmopolitan Hotel’s restaurant row. Featuring Mediterranean cuisine at its best, this wonderful restaurant sources the most delicious fish from around the world. And with signature dishes like grilled octopus with Santorini fava puree and the prized Loup de Mer it’s the place to go for that that ultra-special Vegas seafood extravaganza.
Canoñita at the Venetian
With a fantastic location at the Venetian’s Grand Canal Shoppes the Canoñita restaurant serves up an amazing array of tasty Mexican treats such as enchiladas, burritos, tacos and much more. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the restaurant enjoys well-deserved reputation for high quality Mexican fare and thirst quenching margaritas all served up overlooking the canals of Venice. Try to get a table on the patio and you’ll be able to listen to the gondoliers serenading their passengers as they manoeuvre their gondolas along the man made canals outside.
Emeril’s at MGM Grand
Las Vegas diners looking to savour the classic tastes of New Orleans need look no further than Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House at the MGM Grand. Fresh fish, shellfish and steaks are carefully prepared with a touch of Creole in the “new” New Orleans style. Watch oysters and shellfish being shucked and prepared at the Seafood Bar and then get ready to choose from a wonderful range of classic Louisiana comfort food all served up with a modern Big Easy twist. Try and leave some room for dessert - there are lots to choose from including pecan pie, banana cream pie and Bread & Butter Pudding with a whiskey anglaise
Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace.
Known as one of “The Shopping Wonders of the World” The Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace is bound to be on your Vegas to do list. Some of the most iconic brands in retail are to be found in the Forum including Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Fendi, Hublot, Cartier, Burberry and many more – all backed up with lots of trendy eateries and other attractions such as talking statues, an exotic fish aquarium and the revamped Fall of Atlantis animatronic show. Forum highlights include the famed diamonds at Hearts on Fire, Cartier and Tiffany & Co, the world’s largest private art gallery featuring a wall of Andy Warhol pieces and a separate Fendi shoe boutique!
Lakeside at the Wynn Las Vegas
Lakeside at the Wynn is the place to go for an unforgettable “Oceon to Table” program where line caught Hawaiian seafood and oven roasted Maine or Scottish Blue Lobster are all part of the show. Sustainably caught by family fisherman in Hana and flown directly to the Wynn, the fabulous array of innovative seafood dishes created by Chef David Walzog and his team provide a fitting tribute to some of the freshest ingredients on the Strip. Don’t worry if seafood doesn’t float your boat fill your plate with one of the restaurant’s succulent New York Strip Steaks, Chilli Rubbed Rib Eye or Filet Mignon dishes. Be sure to try the Sunday Jazz Brunch where you’ll enjoy a sumptuous brunch and lots of old Dixieland favourites performed by a lively jazz band – it’s a great way to get Sunday started!
Chateau Nightclub Paris Las Vegas
It’s time to party under the shadow of the Eiffel Tower at one of the city’s hottest night spots the Paris Hotel’s Chateaux Night Club and Rooftop Gardens. A favourite haunt of celebrities like Nicki Minaj, Drake, Pharrell and the Backstreet Boys this two storied, 45000 square foot night club has it all, direct, , access from the strip, a rooftop patio, breath-taking views, high energy dance mixes and of course there’s plenty of room for dancing – as an added bonus the iconic fountains of the Bellagio Hotel are right across the road.
Gondola Ride at the Venetian
Whether it’s indoors beside the Grand Canal Shoppes and the replica of St Mark’s Square or outdoors under the dusky Las Vegas sky, one thing is for sure no trip to Las Vegas would be complete without a graceful and romantic trip in an authentic Venetian gondola. Let your singing gondolier serenade you on a boat ride like no other as you glide past the cafés, restaurants and shops of the Grand Canal – you might just need to remind yourself that this you’re in Las Vegas and not Italy. Twice a day the gondoliers sing and march in unison along the indoor canal on their way to work – it’s one of Las Vegas’s little secrets and a wonderful photo opportunity.
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Elko is in the heart of Cowboy Country. Here you can visit the new California Trails Centre, which presents the history of the Gold Rush, Western Migration, Pioneers and the Donner Party. Next visit historic downtown Elko to see amazing saddles and leather creations at Capriola’s Saddle Shop. Experience the sights and sounds of the Western Folklife Centre and learn more of cowboy poetry and song. Just outside Elko, you can head to Lamoille Canyon and drive leisurely up the breathtaking twelve-mile canyon road viewing spectacular vistas, wildlife, flowers, and rushing streams, through the glacially carved canyons of the Ruby Mountains.
Ride the rails on the Nevada Northern Railway, also known as the Ghost Train. Explore the East Ely Railroad Depot museum and home to Nevada’s Official State Locomotive Engine #40. Don’t miss out on a visit to Renaissance Village. These homes built in 1908 have been restored to portray different ethnic backgrounds and show the diversity of cultures that settled in the area. Follow a detailed map of Ely’s magical outdoor art and you will find masterful works of art from artists around the world who have depicted the history and variety of cultures that shaped this historic mining town.
Carson City, the state capital, is only half an hour south of Reno. Highlights along Main Street include the capitol building, Nevada state museum and Nevada state railroad museum which offers diesel or steam train rides for visitors. Carson City also boasts nine golf courses; whilst nearby Carson valley is home to vast ranches, antique shops and Victoria homes. Tahoe Ridge Winery, one of Nevada’s four wineries, has a tasting room and a restaurant in Carson Valley – a perfect place to stop for some lunch and wine tasting.
Once a vital mining settlement, Virginia City is a gem of the Old West. Spend an afternoon walking the plank boardwalks, browsing the shops and dimly lit saloons, venturing into an old mine (preserved to its original layout) and ride on the Historic V&T Railroad to experience real history.
Nevada’s first settlement and a quaint little town, with beautiful scenery and “Nevada’s Oldest Thirst Palour” – Genoa Bar and Saloon, which is a key experience. Since 1853 drinks have been served at this bar which has welcomed presidents, actors and famous musicians through the years.
Reno, also known as ‘The Biggest Little City in the World’, was the original sin city where, at the beginning of the 20th Century, it gained national notoriety for being the city people came to for gambling, drinking and divorce. In recent years it has seen something of a cultural resurgence with shopping, galleries and restaurants. Enjoy your stay in Reno at world class spas, browsing the extensive selection of shops, from boutiques to outlet stores, trying out the largest outdoor climbing wall in the world, or visit the National Automobile Museum which features some of the most famous cars from Bill Harrah’s collection.
Explore the vast range of cuisines on offer and enjoy the entertainment in the numerous bars and casinos, before retiring to your hotel room in Reno.
With picture postcard scenery of sparkling crystal clear water reflecting snow clad mountains, Lake Tahoe is the USA’s second-deepest lake and, at 6255ft high, it is also one of the highest-elevation lakes in the country.
Lake Tahoe is a classic American lakeside resort, with log cabins, tall pine trees, soft, yellow sand beaches and a wealth of activities and water sports to keep you entertained.
The north shore is anchored by the town of incline village, which boasts two golf courses, a ski resort, and two lake front hotels. The town of Stateline is situated on the south shore and is known for its large scale casino resorts, Heavenly mountain resort and Edgewood Tahoe Golf course. From South Lake Tahoe, you can board the M.S. Dixie II or the Tahoe Queen and enjoy a relaxing cruise, taking in the magnificent views of the azur coloured lake and rugged mountains.
During the summer, Tahoe is perfect for water and beach activities, hiking and bicycling, whilst the winter months turn Tahoe into a skiers’ paradise, with winter sports such as tobogganing and ice skating to fulfil all preferences.
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Delve into restaurants brought to you by some of the world’s finest celebrity chefs to include Wolfgang Puck and Gordon Ramsay amongst many others. Las Vegas has endless choices when it comes to dining, to include every kind of cuisine imaginable. There are plenty of options for all different budgets so don’t be afraid to try something new.