Las Vegas Adrenaline Adventures

People will travel to Las Vegas for many different reasons. Perhaps its to chase the thrill of winning a big pot of cash in one of the major casinos or to visit the funfairs and acrobatics shows. But one thing is for sure, you should definately take  advantage of some of the key adventure activities that are will having your adrenaline soaring!  Here are my top 5 Las Vegas tours and activities:

Indoor Skydiving

For those who still shrink back at the thought of jumping out of a plane into thin air, here is the perfect alternative. You will learn how to fly in winds of up to 120 km per hour in a safe and secure environment. This kind of activity is affordable and open to all, whether you want to gain an introduction into skydiving in general, or are happy to stick with this much safer option.

Bootleg Canyon Zipline

Jump off the peak of Red Mountain and soar at speed of up to 50 mph above Bootleg Canyon. This is not just one zipline, it is a network of multi flight  lines where you will travel in a comfortable harness for over 1.5 miles with beautiful views of Las Vegas, the Eldorado Valley and Lake Mead.

Sky Combat Ace pilot flight

For the ultimate adrenaline rush: learn how to fly a fighter plane, fly in formation with other fighter pilots, engage in a mock dogfights using lasers and all this with no experience necessary. You will receive full training from a professional fighter pilot instructor and a briefing on the day, and then be the one to control the plane. Not for the faint hearted!

Supercar Tour of Red Rock Canyon

Feel like you are flying around Red Rock Canyon whilst driving a Ferrari or a Lamborghini or a Jaguar. Soar through epic scenery and stunning views behind the wheel of these world class supercars. This will be a once in a lifetime experience, and if your budget allows, it’s definitely not something you want to miss!

Grand Canyon Wind Dancer Helicopter Tour

Keep the adrenaline soaring high and enjoy breathtaking views of the Grand Canyon  flying 3,500 meters below the rim. Top all this off with a glass champagne at the bottom of the Grand Canyon before returning to the Las Vegas Strip for a bird’s-eye-view of the neon city.