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Death Valley National Park
Death Valley National Park is a land of extremes. It is one of the hottest, driest, lowest places on the surface of the Earth and has summer temperatures averaging well over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. At 282 feet below sea level, it is the driest place in North America with an average rainfall of only 1.96 inches a year. Enjoy hiking and camping here or go sightseeing by personal auto, 4-wheel drive, bicycle or mountain bike (established roadways only). Join a ranger November through April for an Interpretive Program such as a talk, walk, guided hike, or evening program. Or join a ranger for a costumed living history tour (fee) of the historic Death Valley Scotty’s Castle.
The Hoover Dam Visitor Center is a must-see! The new Discovery Tour is a self-paced tour providing live presentations at six different locations on the top of the dam. Operating hours are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The Hoover Dam Visitor Center is open every day of the year except Thanksgiving and Christmas. Note: Ticket sales for the Discovery Tour will begin at 9:00 am and end at 4:15 pm. The Visitor Center closes at 5:00 pm. We recommend visitors arrive by 3:00 pm. Admission and parking fees required.
Fremont Street Experience
Five blocks of thrills in the heart of Las Vegas with ten casinos, 10,000 slots, over 60 restaurants and uncountable bars and lounges. Set under Viva Vision which is the biggest big screen on the planet and is 90 feet overhead, you’ll find state-of-the-art light and sound shows blasting nightly, FREE!
The Sights and Sounds of Las Vegas - One of the most unique and famous cities in the world!
Many famous modern and historical landmarks make up this intriguing city including iconic hotels such as the MGM Grand, Bellagio and the Golden Nugget, as well as the spectacular Fremont Street Experience and famous or infamous, Las Vegas Strip. See and Hear Las Vegas as you have never experienced before from the top of an open top double decker bus! Hop-on and Hop-off at your leisure because tickets are valid for unlimited rides for either 24 or 48 hours. Live guided tours in English or recorded commentary in a choice of 8 languages. The Valley of Fire and Lake Mead Loop Drive is an extremely beautiful drive. Drive time is two hours but plan a half a day, as you’ll want to stop many times to take pictures. We recommend going in the afternoon and picnicking on one of the side trips to the lake. You’ll end up returning just after dark giving you a spectacular view of the lit city. Lake Mead National Recreation Area borders the park and encompasses Lake Mead and Mojave. Many areas are available for camping, picnicking, swimming, fishing, and boating. Valley of Fire is Nevada’s oldest and largest state park. The name of the valley is derived from the red sandstone formations and the beauty of the Mojave Desert. Petrified wood and 3,000-year-old Indian petroglyphs are found throughout the park which has a full-scale Visitor Center with extensive displays. Open all year. Admission required.
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