Sometimes you just want to explore on your own, but other times, it can add to the adventure to have an expert guiding you along. The right guided tour can be the highlight of your next vacation. When the mood hits to find that next adventure, try one of our top 10 choices for guided tours in Nevada, where you’re guaranteed a new, unique perspective.
Located on the Arizona and Nevada border, the dam is a must-see spot in Nevada. The amazing size and the interesting history make the day trip worth the drive. The power plant tour gives visitors an inside glimpse of how everything works.
Travel to Vegas often but looking for something different to do? These guided foodie tours can take you to places only insiders know about. Whether you take the “Savor on the Strip” tour or venture to downtown, the guides know the best places to eat in Vegas. The booze-filled brunch tour is a fun bet for your next trip.
There is no better way to see the sites and feel the wind in your hair than the fun tour with Scoot City. The two-passenger, adorable cartoon-like buggies shuttle you and a friend off to see the amazing canyon and take some great pictures along the way!
This is a view of the desert most people never get. The ATV adventure leaves from the oldest bar in the state of Nevada, the Pioneer Saloon. The guides are knowledgeable about everything off road and will probably push many of you outside of your comfort zone as they challenge even the adventurous type. This tour is different each time and something many find they want to do over and over.
The amazing views from the helicopter will change the way you look at the Grand Canyon. The sunset tour is simply breathtaking and something you will never forget. This is a special tour to share with a loved one and one of the more romantic of site seeing tours.
A little bit of history, a little bit scary and all entertaining! This guided tour takes you back to the best of the Gold Rush with some pretty amazing stories and even a few chill worth moments as you wonder who else is joining your tour. This is a ghost tour not to be missed.
The open-top bus tours are a fun way to see Las Vegas, even better at night. They are a great mix of popular culture facts and insider information many miss in Sin City.
Fremont Street is off the main strip and rich in history. The after-dark walking tour is a fun way to learn about a part of Las Vegas many miss. Tour includes some quirky facts about the old glam of Vegas and some behind the scenes info.
This tour is something unique to Carson City and only happens once a year. For the last 24 years, the all day Talking Dead event pairs some amazing haunted history with real actors to relive the past. The day long tours are scheduled through out a single day, usually late into the month of October.
This agency specializes in custom tours for both small and large groups. They pair their well trained guides with the tour groups to meet the needs of the group. This can include site seeing, tours of Las Vegas, fashion related tours and even entertainment focused adventures.