Grand Canyon tour,Plan Your Las Vegas Trip

  1. By Kevin
  2. On Jan 24, 2018
  3. North America
  4. Travel Tips

Plan your Las Vegas trip or just to take a Grand Canyon tour is a easy way.En route,check out the Hoover Dam and Route 66 in Seligman,Arizona.Inside Grand Canyon National Park,stop at Mather Point and Bright Angel Lodge.

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Learn from real Las Vegas insiders all about the city’s celebrity chefs,famous restaurants,and enticing tastings that have been hand selected for you.Nibble your way through exquisite dining destinations on the famed Las Vegas Strip.Enjoy this Las Vegas walking food tour with a variety of culinary bites from celebrity chef-driven restaurants.

Socialize with other tour-goers and soak up some of Vegas’most interesting and fun facts.This foodie tour is guided by a“guru of the group”,who will lead you through a variety of restaurants,points of interest,and photo opportunities.All tastings,one alcoholic beverage,and a local guide are included.Tips for the guide are optional and appreciated.

After meeting your guide you will set off on a 3 hour culinary experience at some of Las Vegas’finest restaurants.While on this walking tour you will enjoy tastings from celebrity chef restaurants while learning fun facts about Las Vegas.Taste some of the Strips most popular dishes with VIP treatment and immediate seating and service.Be sure to bring your appetite,with at least six stops made you definitely will not leave hungry.

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Food walking tour of the Las Vegas Strip

Features four restaurants and two samplings

Learn trivia and history about the Las Vegas Strip from your local guide

The food was filling and delicious.I have never been so full on a food tour.My fellow guests were fun to be with.One of the best tours I have been on.Our tour guide was really knowledgeable about Las Vegas and the food scene.The foor tour is centered on teh Venetian and Palazzo.That's fine because there are like 70 restaurants.really nice tastings at a Table 10 and Buddy V's but the highlight was the pasta at the little Italian place on the Square.I highly recommend this tour.