Tour Las Vegas as a local

While John Wayne moseyed through the Mojave Desert on a horse, you can explore the Southwest in custom Jeep® Wranglers and luxurious Tour Trekker SUVs. Stay in town for a personalized Las Vegas Jeep tour of the Strip’s iconic neon lights or find your own true grit at rugged destinations throughout Nevada, California and Arizona (boots and chaps optional).


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Maximize your adventure and check out the Southwest from every angle. These tours add activities like hiking, boat trips and aerial tours to our classic adventures.

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The Strip

This is the brightest city in the world, and you’ll see every bulb. Get initiated to the Strip in an open-air Pink® Jeep® Wrangler while your guide digs into Vegas’s backstory, then stroll through the mesmerizing light displays of Fremont Street.

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Grand Canyon

A natural wonder is in our backyard, and local experts who eat, sleep and breathe this destination will give you a deeper look. Take a tour from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon to see the legendary scenery by land, air and river.

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Hoover Dam

Engineering marvel, economic savior, site of a foiled Nazi plot. Take a tour from Las Vegas to the Hoover Dam and find out what secrets this historic landmark has hiding under the waterline.

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Valley of Fire

Not just a state park; it’s like a new planet. This locale has earned a place in film history with rock formations like Fire Canyon—AKA, the grave of Captain James T. Kirk. The park is also featured in films like Elvis’s “Viva Las Vegas.”

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Red Rock Canyon

<p>Famous for its signature red hue, this destination has been the backdrop for everything from “Rain Man” to “Fear &amp; Loathing in Las Vegas.” You’ll see unique rock formations, wildlife, ancient pictographs and ruins of past civilizations.</p>

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Death Valley

If you’ve wondered what it’s like to breathe below sea level, you can find out at Death Valley National Park. While this is the lowest point in North America, it also offers views of Mount Whitney—the tallest peak in the lower 48.

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