Escape the neon lights to explore the natural wonders surrounding the city of Las Vegas.
The Grand Canyon, located in Arizona and formed by the Colorado River, is one of the largest canyons in the world.
Joshua Tree is only three hours from Las Vegas and is the perfect escape from the city lights into a tranquil desert environment.
Death Valley is famous for its giant sand dunes, canyons, mountains, badlands, and salt flats, including the Badwater Basin salt flat, the lowest point in North America sitting 282 feet below sea level.
A road trip from Las Vegas to San Francisco is one you won’t forget. There are a few route options but the best is the slightly longer option, about a 12-hour scenic drive.
While the shortest distance from Las Vegas to Los Angeles is only about 4 hours add some must-see sights along the way for an even better road trip!
Just about 2.5 hours north of Las Vegas, Zion National Park Utah is one of the most visited parks in the country and it’s understandable why.