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Las Vegas: Death Valley Day Trip w/ Stargazing & Wine Tour

1. Las Vegas: Death Valley Day Trip w/ Stargazing & Wine Tour

Take in the highlights of Death Valley's desert landscape on an all-day guided hike with free hotel pickup from Las Vegas. Taste wine during a tour of a local winery and stop to take in incredible views of the sunset and the starlit sky. While Death Valley is home to the world's hottest recorded temperature, start your hike in the afternoon when the weather is cooler. Kick things off with a refreshing wine tasting tour in Pahrump, the biggest wine producer in Nevada. Head toward Death Valley National Park to explore scenic viewpoints, such as Dante’s View, a Star Wars filming location. Next, visit Badwater Basin, the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere. After taking pictures of these spectacularly memorable locations, stop at the Ranch at Furnace Creek. As nightfall approaches, venture toward Zabriskie Point to catch the ultimate sunset, followed by a chance for stargazing at the breathtaking night sky. Enjoy plenty of opportunities to view the constellations and, if you are lucky, the Milky Way galaxy. Even after being dropped off at your hotel in Las Vegas, enjoy memories of your hike for years to come thanks to the photos taken by your guide that you will have access to download.

Las Vegas: Buddy V's Ristorante Lunch and Helicopter Flight

2. Las Vegas: Buddy V's Ristorante Lunch and Helicopter Flight

Enjoy the bustling ambiance of Las Vegas with a combo activity to make for the perfect romantic date or special family outing. Try the three-course tasting menu at Buddy V's Ristorante for lunch, then fly over the night sky as you take in the colorful lights of the iconic Strip. Head over to Buddy V's inside of The Venetian Resort. Try the dynamic Italian menu created by Buddy Valastro, best known for TLC's Cake Boss. Delight yourself with his beloved family recipes, like Grandma's Meatballs, My Wife's Eggplant Parm, grilled salmon, and shrimp scampi, as well as dessert. Hop on a helicopter for a thrilling flight overlooking the highlights of the Strip at night. Take in unique sights of the Luxor's Sky beam, the Eiffel Tower replica, the Fountains of Bellagio, Doge's Palace Plaza, and the 1,000-foot-tall Strat & SkyPod.

Secret Food Tours Las Vegas

3. Secret Food Tours Las Vegas

Learn about the story of a city that started from nothing, and has become an unapologetic shrine to excess and change. Discover the home of the iconic shrimp cocktail, and see how the once inexpensive buffet, was transformed into a visually stunning and gastronomic experience with a new price tag to match. Across a 4.2 mile stretch, enjoy world-class cuisine from several countries and more than 20 celebrity chefs. Experience some of the best Vegas has to offer, leave with a better understanding of the unique food history and influence Las Vegas commands in the epicurean cycle. At the end of your tour, you'll have sampled some of Las Vegas' most delicious dishes and gained a better understanding of its culture and history.

Lunch in Las Vegas: Foodie Walking Tour on The Strip

4. Lunch in Las Vegas: Foodie Walking Tour on The Strip

Unlock local flavors on this guided walking tour in Las Vegas. Travel to the New York New York Hotel and Casino, Park MGM, The Cosmopolitan, and the Bellagio. Learn the history and food trends of the city from the humble “chuck-wagon” buffet carts of the 1940s to the world-class, fine dining of today. Meet your guide at the base of the replica of the Statue of Liberty outside of New York New York Hotel and Casino. Starting at New York New York Hotel and Casino, your first food stop will be at one of the last remaining authentic Jewish delicatessens on the Strip.  Tuck into a mile high corned beef sandwich before strolling by $100 dry aged steaks, roller coasters, native Nevadan landscaping, a 40-foot sculpture from Burning Man, and the arena where professional sports started in Las Vegas. Arrive at MGM Park, a megaresort hotel and casino. Continue to Eataly and immerse yourself in a 40,000-square-foot replica of an authentic Italian market. Try some of Italy's most famous imports at this venue which uses real Italian products and homemade mozzarella cheese. Make your way to The Cosmopolitan, one of the coolest new casinos on the Strip. Along the way catch a glimpse of public art displays and some expensive high fashion designers. Get some more restaurant recommendations from your guide before arriving at Block 16 in the Cosmo. Be overwhelmed by the many food options. Here your guide will set you up with your choice of Korean spit-roasted meats or spicy eggplant on freshly griddled flatbreads. Head The Bellagio, the most elegant and iconic property on today’s Las Vegas Strip.  Experience sweeping views of the Strip, exquisite architecture and art, a stunning botanical garden conservatory, and try to catch the Fountains of Bellagio show on Lake Bellagio. Conclude your tour with a gelato at the Strip’s premier patisserie, next to the world’s largest chocolate fountain.

Downtown Las Vegas: Arts District & Brewery Row Walking Tour

5. Downtown Las Vegas: Arts District & Brewery Row Walking Tour

Check out local art galleries, alleys full of vivid street art, vintage shops, hip clothing stores, vibrant bars, and affordable dining on a guided walk around the Arts District and Brewery Row in Downtown Las Vegas. Take home an art souvenir and enjoy a couple local drinks along the way. Meet your guide at The Arts Factory, a key landmark in the Arts District and the site of the monthly First Friday Street Fair, then start exploring Downtown Las Vegas Arts District to see why this area has quickly one of the most happening neighborhoods in the country. Antique Alley Mall:Walk through an unbelievable horde of heavily curated vintage wares for sale. Multiple vendors share space inside this large warehouse. The collections include many uniquely Las Vegas collectibles. Pop music memorabilia is also prominent. Recycled Propaganda:Visit Recycled Propaganda, one of the most colorful galleries in the Arts District with a focus on street art and irreverent activist art. Everyone on the tour gets a small bag of either stickers or buttons from the shop. The back room is a great area for selfies. Authentic Street Art:Stroll through an alleyway of actual street art murals and graffiti. It’s completely authentic. The street art is not paid for by grants nor has it been done with permits. The art is constantly changing in these alleys. Learn about some of the mural history and turf battles between artists that have happened in the area. The colorful alleys you’ll explore are often the background setting for fashion photoshoots and music videos. ReBAR:“Get Drunk and Buy Shit” is the tagline of this bar that sells vintage goods and art from local artists. Get a bottled water, and everyone over 21 who would like to drink can get a Mystery Shot at the bar. Roll a single die and give your number to the bartender for your mystery drink. Able Baker Brewing:After a short rest at ReBar, head to Able Baker, the largest microbrewery in the Arts District. The district is now often called “Brewery Row” as over a half dozen brewpubs have opened here in the past few years. Sample a pint of one of Able Baker’s most recognizable pours, “Atomic Duck” IPA. After resting your feet, make your way back to the Arts Factory, with more quick stops along the way. The tour ends back at the Arts Factory where you’ll get to visit a local gallery inside.

Las Vegas: The 420 Experience Cannabis Tour

6. Las Vegas: The 420 Experience Cannabis Tour

Explore Las Vegas's relationship with the legal cannabis industry on this tour. Start with a visit to a high-end dispensary, favored by locals for its wide variety of cannabis products. Discover everything from edibles and flowers to concentrates and CBD. Afterwards, visit a grow facility famous for creating iconic cannabis brands. Here, get up close and personal with the cultivation process and learn firsthand how cannabis is grown for sale and consumption. Come with questions for the master grower who oversees the entire production. Next, head to a glass blowing manufacturer to admire some beautiful glass creations.

Vegas: Taste, Explore & Shop Chocolate Tour

7. Vegas: Taste, Explore & Shop Chocolate Tour

Explore the sweet side of Sin City on this unique chocolate-focused tour. Go by foot and air-conditioned SUV between locations on this 4-hour tasting tour while sampling delicacies from world-renowned chocolate brands. Your first stop is the 28,000 square foot M&M’s World Store where you can print your own message on candies, snap colorful photos, meet the M&M characters, and shop for souvenirs. Next, you’ll head to Hershey’s Chocolate World, where you can sample some of the dozens of varieties of kisses and Jolly Rancher flavors.   Then, take the chocolate factory tour at the famous Ethel M. Chocolate Factory and Botanical Cactus Garden. See how these famous Vegas chocolates are made and create your own box of goodies. Explore the beautiful 3-acre Garden featuring over 300 types of cacti. Finally, head back to the Strip to Café Hollywood to indulge in a one-of-a-kind decadent ice cream shake as well as specialty chocolates created by Chef Thomas Keller.

Las Vegas: Underground Donut Tour with Tastings

8. Las Vegas: Underground Donut Tour with Tastings

Experience Las Vegas through its donut scene together with your guide in the Downtown and Fremont Street areas. Enjoy 4 stops away from the Las Vegas Strip with donut tastings and a variety of donuts to choose from as you make your way through the city on this foodie outing. Discover Vegas donut shops only locals know. Start your tour at Mothership Coffee, an artisanal coffee roaster and art space. Try some donuts from local donut shops and walk around this renovated motel space and check out its local shops and cafe. Head to Donut Bar, one of the finest donut shops in Vegas. Take a quick detour through DT Alley, part of the downtown community art revitalization project, to see some local artwork before heading to the next stop, Evel Pie. Evel Pie serves both pizzas, as well as secret donuts that most people don’t know about. Then, head to the last stop of the tour near Fremont Street for some fresh churros to finish the tour.

Las Vegas: Tacos and Tequila Walking Food Tour

9. Las Vegas: Tacos and Tequila Walking Food Tour

Step into a world of tacos and tequila with a food tour around Paradise, Las Vegas. Indulge in delicious cuisine from all over Mexico and get acquainted with specialties with a Vegas touch. Eat and drink your way across the Las Vegas Strip as your host brings you to the tastiest spots. Begin at Carlos and Charlie's for their famous fish taco. Next up is NachoDaddy for a burrito bursting with flavor. Wash it all down with a tropical drink at Margaritaville. Finish up at Cabo Wabo and watch the bustle of the Strip from the laid-back beach vibe of the restaurant. Enjoy discounted drinks and recommendations on the best bites to try at each stop. Kick back as your host does the navigating and make the most of the restaurants’ diverse flavors and atmospheres.

Las Vegas: Segway Foodie Tour

10. Las Vegas: Segway Foodie Tour

Discover the best of Las Vegas's foodie scene on this Segway tour of 5 local favorite spots. After checking in with your guide, get introduced to the basics of Segway riding before taking off. Then, hit the streets and visit 5 local restaurants. Sample delicious food and drinks featuring an array of cuisines. Depending on the season, enjoy some delicious barbecue, tacos, or soup, and get the chance to savor locally sourced and grown ingredients. During your tour, learn more about the food, your chef, and the restaurants, as well as many interesting facts about the Downtown area from your local guide.

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4.0 / 5

based on 18 reviews

We really enjoyed our visit to The Arts District - Our Guide Terbo Ted was a great host and guide,with lots of information about this area ,we enjoyed our time with him - he also has a bar there too - ReBar - which is super cool . Many people are not aware there is an arts district at all - its a great place to hang out at - many bars,places to eat,and nik nak stores,fantastic murals ,you forget you are in Las Vegas . We all agreed - we all recommend this tour - hopefully you get Terbo Ted as your host - Loved it !!

Lankun aka mama is a really fantastic guide. She takes the most beautiful photos, is brimming with energy and is very attentive. And what an experience Death Valley was. Downright beautiful! An absolute must! Lankun aka mama is a fantastic guide. She makes the most beautiful pictures and is full of enthusiasm and very helpfull. And Death Valley is really exciting and amazing! You definitely should go there!

Jeff was great he answered all questions the food was really good the group was all from Louisiana and we had a great time I would highly recommend the tour. Jeff was very good with the history and information given Jerry and Christy Hunt

Food was amazing and the stories behind it. Well worth the time and money. Our guide Amoret was delightful!

Best experience ever , ppl nice , pick up at dur time