Las Vegas For Thrills, Gambling, And Non-Stop Entertainment

Las Vegas, situated in the Mojave Desert in Nevada, is a resort type city famous for its entertainment and vibrant nightlife and is the 28th most populated city in the U.S. Vegas, known as the city where the lights never go out, is centered around gambling casinos that stay open 24 hours a day and the main street called The Strip which is over four miles long. Vegas is home to themed hotels, elaborate displays such as replicas of an Egyptian pyramid and the Eiffel Tower, synchronized musical fountains, the Venetian Grand Canal, and many more.
The Las Vegas Strip
The neon soaked Las Vegas Strip is typical Vegas with upscale hotels, casinos and a High Roller Wheel for thrill seekers with miles of non-stop entertainment.
The Red Rock Canyon
The beautiful Red Rock Canyon is a protected national conservation area in Nevada that is part of the Bureau of Land Management’s National Landscape Conservation System and worth a visit.
Fremont Street Experience
The FSE is a pedestrian mall situated in Downtown Las Vegas that occupies five blocks on the westernmost side of Fremont Street and some portions of other adjacent streets including the area known as Glitter Gulch.
The Barrel Vault Canopy is the main Fremont Street attraction at 90 feet high at its peak and over 1,500 feet long (almost four blocks in length). Even though Vegas is known for never turning off the lights, each show begins by turning all lights under the canopy off, including all buildings and casinos, and the street that crosses the Vault is blocked off during each show. Concerts are held on three stages and are usually free. This major tourist attraction is also where the SlotZilla Zip line attraction can be experienced and where the city holds its annual New Year’s Eve Party with a spectacular fireworks display shown on a huge screen. The Fremont Street Experience attracts an average of more than 25,000 visitors daily.
Vegas Indoor Skydiving
For those who don’t fancy jumping thousands of feet from an airplane but would still like to have the experience, there is the thrill ride of Vegas Indoor Skydiving located just off the Las Vegas Strip at Convention Center Drive. Remember to enquire about weight-to-height restrictions and previous injuries to prevent disappointment on the day.
Las Vegas Weddings
Las Vegas is famous for getting hitched in grand style. The city with no limits offers elaborate weddings like getting married during a KISS concert or tying the knot during a helicopter flight. If Elvis is your style, they can arrange to have a look-alike officiate at your wedding. Vegas is the place where there are no limits and the world is your oyster when it comes to getting married. Whether it is a day you’ve been dreaming of and planned for months, or a spur-of-the-moment decision, a wedding in Las Vegas will exceed your wildest imagination.
These are just a very few of the thousands of thrills and experience waiting for you in Las Vegas. The only rule in Las Vegas is “never stop partying”.