Sightseeing RoutesThe Strip Tour follows the Red Route along the Las Vegas Strip. Considered a three-star property, the Circus Circus Hotel is the first stop along this route. Some of the venue's top attractions include the Adventuredome Theme Park and a permanent circus. Some other notable resorts that are located along the Red Route include Treasure Island, Park MGM and Excalibur. The Tropicana Hotel is the last stop on the Strip Tour. CSI: The Experience and the New York, New York Roller Coaster are located near this hotel. It should take you about 2.5 hours to complete the Strip Tour. Click to book your Big Bus Tours. As the name suggests, the Las Vegas Night Tour let's your experience the glamorous Sin City after sunset. Designed to last approximately 3.5 hours, this bus tour stops near the Circus Circus Hotel, High Roller Promenade and Excalibur. If you're a history buff, you should take the Old Las Vegas Tour, which follows the Blue Route through the downtown district and the Strip. The Golden Nugget is a historic hotel that's located along this route. You can also get to The STRAT Hotel Casino and SkyPod, which is the tallest structure in Nevada. An observation deck is accessible at the top of this tower that stands more than 1,100 feet tall. Shoppers could find great deals at the Las Vegas Premium Outlets and the Pawn Stars store that has its own TV series. Buses on the Red, Blue and Green routes run approximately every 30 minutes. If you're in a rush, you can ride the Las Vegas Monorail system that has multiple stations on the Strip. The Big Bus Tours also offer exciting excursions to some of the most spectacular natural wonders outside of Sin City. The signature buses take passengers to the Grand Canyon West Rim, which is one of the most beautiful geologic formations in the American Southwest. The tour makes a stop at the historic Hoover Dam en route to the Grand Canyon. You won't have enough time to explore the famous dam, but you'll enjoy the views of the infrastructure and the reservoirs, including Lake Mead. Additionally, the trip to the Grand Canyon passes the Joshua Tree Forest in the Mojave Desert.
Tour TicketsAll Big Bus Tours are led by experienced guides who speak fluent English. The guides provide interesting details on all resorts, casinos and landmarks in sight. You'll also enjoy the sense of humor and insider takes from the friendly guides on the double-deck buses. The hop-on/hop-off system allows you to get on and off any of the designated buses that are covered by your ticket. Click to book your Big Bus Tours. For example, the Classic Ticket is valid for an entire day from the moment that you board your first bus. The Premium Ticket is valid for two days, and it covers the Eiffel Tower Experience at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel. Featuring the Night Tour, the Deluxe Ticket gives you access to any of the company's buses for three consecutive days. The Big Bus Tours include complimentary WiFi access for ticketed passengers. Mobile applications are also available if you'd like to learn more about the sightseeing attractions in real time.
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Updated On: 2019-01-07
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