In Las Vegas is a lot of entertainment. The whole city is built around the casinos. It’s an impressive strip and you can enjoy yourself there for a view days. If you like the casino games like roulette, blackjack, craps and baccarat. But make sure you don’t spend your whole budget on in the casinos.
A trip from Las Vegas, California should start out with a trip to Boulder City, Nevada for a stop at Serenity Helicopters which will take you on a helicopter tour of the whole area including Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon. Your next adventure should also be in Boulder City where you can visit Bootleg Canyon Zipline. Here you can swoop over the Colorado River on a zip line from the top of the Red Mountain. Then you visit Desert Adventures. You will have a choice of activities including kayaking through the many canyons along the Colorado River. Make sure to leave time to paddle into the rain caves. Then take time to relax in the natural hot tubs, study the rock art, and see the many animals including Big Horn sheep that call the area home. Near Eldorado Canyon you can ride the ATVs and visit a gold mine. While enjoying Boulder City it is almost a requirement to visit Hoover Dam. One should also visit the railroad museum and take their wonderful train ride.
It is finally time to tell Boulder City goodbye and travel on to Primm take US 93 back to Interstate 15 and go left toward the state border until you arrive in Primm. After your long ride in the car of about 30 minutes you will want to first visit the Desperado Roller Coaster described as one of the bumpiest roller coasters in the whole world. Then move on to Adventure Canyon Ride for a great interactive log ride featuring the chance to shoot the bad guys. Then move onto Ivanpah Dry Lake where one can enjoy learning to land ski. Then it’s on to the outlet malls for some great shopping fun. Spend the night at Buffalo Bill’s Hotel and Casino for some gambling fun. Then take a short drive across the state line to the site that sells the most California lottery tickets. If golf is your thing then take some lessons at CompuServe Golf Academy.
Jump back on Interstate 15 for a short drive to Mojave National Preserve. One should be sure to enjoy the beautiful scenery as one drives across the desert headed to Calico Ghost Town. Upon arriving at the ghost town own can see many period actors and learn about bootlegging, mining and Chinese slavery in this town supposedly haunted by ghosts.