Las Vegas honeymoons
The Las Vegas Monorail
It affords the luxury of air-conditioned comfort while allowing you to stop along its four mile route and take in the sights of Mandalay Bay, Luxor, New York-New York, Paris, Bellagio, Caesars Palace, the Venetian, the Las Vegas Hilton and the Las Vegas Convention Center. Depending on your preference, other attractions include…
Treat your loved one to a spectacular tour and create some lifetime memories of your honeymoon in Vegas to cherish forever…
The Las Vegas Strip, designed to dazzle the eye
Oatman Gold Mine and Ghost Town
Eldorado Canyon Gold Mine
Grand Canyon – sunrise tour with breakfast
Red Rock Canyon
Serenity Tour – dinner cruise of Las Vegas
If you happen to be a nature enthusiast or an animal lover there are many features to captivate your interest…
The Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve with varieties of birds and nine different ponds. Address: 2400 B Moser Drive
Wildlife Walk and Tiger Habitat with reptiles, birds and wildlife as well as a tiger habitat.
Address: TheTropicana, 3801, Las Vegas Boulevard South
The MGM Grand Lion Habitat with its waterfalls and Acacia trees can house about five lions at a time.
Address:MGM Grand, 3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South
The Secret Garden of Siegfried & Roy and Dolphin Habitat which houses predominantly white tigers as well as white lions, Bengal tigers, an Asian elephant, panther and snow leopard. You can also play ball with the bottlenose dolphins in the Dolphin Habitat. Address: The Mirage, 3400 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Gilcrease Bird Sanctuary which has a wide variety of exotic and rare birds. Address: 8101, Racel Road
Bellagio Conservatory, a magnificent, glass-domed structure which has displays of exotic plants and flowers.
Address: Bellagio, 3600, Las Vegas Boulevard South.
Southern Nevada Zoological-Botanical Park has many species of reptiles, animals, apes, big cats and botanical displays.
Shark Reef, which has a variety of shark species as well as sea turtles, crocodiles, manta rays and many other exotic creatures – almost a hundred species. Address: 3950, Las Vegas Boulevard South.