We took 3 young grand kids on the night tour. Randy, the guide, was informative, had some good stories to tell, and had a great sense of humor. Some of the attractions......the Mirage volcano.....the Fremont Street Experience.....were too intense for the kids......ages 5 to 7. The other attractions had them in awe. Great way to see the strip at night in all of it's neon glory..
Interesante tour, pero pudo haber sido mejor si se hubiese podido bajar en los hoteles más emblemáticos y verlos por dentro, aunque sea solo rápidamente. La guía del 22/08/2018 saliendo del Circus Circus fue muy buena guía y simpática. Sin embargo el guía del mismo día pero saliendo del Hotel The Linq, fue un poco grosero. (Debimos regresar en ese bus para el The Linq, ya que pensamos que nuestro bus hacia parada en dicho hotel).
Went on this tour after our wedding. The staff were great. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable of Las Vegas history and provided her personal refreshing incite of the growing resort climate. I was concerned that maybe it would be too hot to enjoy an open outdoor tour in the evening. I saw a bank sign that read the temperature was 104. Did not feel like an Ohio 104 evening. There seemed to be a nice breeze on the upper deck of the bus. The lights seemed so close that you could reach out and touch them. Stopped at Fremont Street, great to see the other/older side of Vegas. We were there for a short time and didn't want to waste our time wondering around aimlessly lost. Great, affordable tour we recommend it highly. Tucker/Rothwell
I think the tour guide makes all the difference in a tour like this. We were lucky enough to get Ashley, and she was awesome! Very funny and she knows her stuff. I suggest you eat dinner before you leave for the tour. We were dropped off at Fremont Street for an hour, which is just long enough to check out all the craziness! I really wanted an ice cream, or something cold, but it was so packed we didn't try to stand in line for anything. Don't plan on eating dinner here. You dont really have enough time, unless you grab a slice of pizza, or some other fast food item. We rode on the top level of the bus, and the view was great. I was able to get lots of good photos. Our bus driver Lisa even stopped right in front of the Mirage so we could watch the volcano as it erupted. All in all, it was a great tour and a good way to see and hear about a lot of things you wouldn't see, if you didn't venture off the strip.