4 Underrated Ways to Explore
How to see Las Vegas in a different light
A city like Las Vegas has too many attractions to cover in a single vacation. So
if you’re only going to be in the Entertainment Capital of the World for a single night, you might as well make the most of it.
Try these four unique ways to see Las Vegas in an entirely new light.
|For a different travel
experiences, try some unusual and unique ways
to explore Las Vegas and all that it offers.
Take a Food Tour
Las Vegas is known for its exciting restaurants that offer a variety of culinary
delights. You’ll never have enough time to try them all, so why not let a food tour show you the very best? There
are countless services that offer food tours in Las Vegas, all of which have different themes and culinary connections. Take a
driving tour, or look for a walking food tour to get a first-person view of the city while tasting some of the
most gourmet flavors on the Strip.
Ride a Helicopter
If you’re looking for a unique way to see Vegas, why not check it out from
overhead? Multiple companies offer helicopter tours of the city and the surrounding area. Go out in the daytime for
a beautiful view of the landscape and the cloud-free Vegas sky. You can also go for a nighttime tour to get a
breathtaking view of the City of Lights at its finest. Remember to wear a jacket; it can get surprisingly windy
while you’re in flight.
Buy a Club Pass
Club hopping is infinitely more fun when you have a host leading the way. Try
booking a club pass to get VIP
access to some of the hottest clubs in the city. Decide how many clubs you want to visit, and enjoy riding in
well-stocked party bus in between destinations. The best part about this option is that you don’t need to wait
in lines, pay cover charges, or figure out your own transportation. Simply get together with your friends, show
up at the initial location, and enjoy the party.
Visit the Canyons
When you’re enjoying Vegas, it’s hard to think of ever leaving. But you’ll be
missing out on a great part of your vacation if you don’t even try to see the surrounding landscape. Nevada’s
deserts are gorgeous and full of many astounding sights. Try taking a tour to
the nearby Red Rock Canyon. If you have all day, go for a guided visit to the southern rim of the Grand
Canyon—it’s closer to Vegas than you might think.
There’s a lot to do in Vegas, so think about
the parts that you want to see the most. Whether you’re a fan of the food, the nightlife, or the surrounding
scenery, there’s plenty of fun to be had, and plenty of tours to help you get the most out of your
About the author
Lizzie Weakley is a freelance writer from Columbus, Ohio. In her free
time, she enjoys the outdoors and walks in the park with her three-year-old husky, Snowball.