If the Las Vegas Strip really isn’t your thing, or if you’ve done the show scene, nightclubs and lost and won a little on gaming, look no further than a side trip or two.
Looking for a unique experience in Las Vegas? Neon to Nature Tours offers fun options that demonstrate the beauty of Southern Nevada within minutes from the Strip.
Whether it’s taking a helicopter ride at night, or river rafting in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, or taking the Skywalk to view the mighty Grand Canyon...you’ll return home with a lifelong memory of your trips in the "Other Vegas."
The Strip from the Sky
Enjoy the “City of Lights” from the best view possible - riding the “limousine in the sky”.
There are about six different helicopter companies in Las Vegas offering tours flying over the megaresorts of the Las Vegas Strip - from the New York-New York skyline to the Bellagio fountains and the never-fading light of the Luxor pyramid.
Prior to your departure, depending on the company, you might be served champagne to toast your flight as you prepare to experience breathtaking sights from inside a state-of-the-art helicopter.
Red Rock Canyon by Scooter
This is a one-of-a-kind tour from Las Vegas - in nostalgic motor scooters.
The Red Rock scooter tour is “semi-guided”, which means up to 2 people per scooter car will follow the tour guide. You travel as one big convoy from place to place during the 35-mile drive through the canyon, but you are free to go off on your own and explore at designated locations. The convoy will stop at the brand new visitor’s center, with plenty of time for pictures and mild hiking.
Hoover Dam by Pink Jeep
The Hoover Dam Discovery Tour offers ample time for exploring this National Historic Landmark and engineering wonder of the world. See a fascinating film on the dam’s construction and history, exhibit gallery, observation deck, and venture down to the observation room in the power plant to view the massive generators and one of the original diversion tunnels.
You’ll also encounter dramatic views of both the Colorado River and Lake Mead, the largest man-made body of water in the Western Hemisphere and the new Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge.