Whether you want to walk along the Strip to experience the lively casinos or soak up the sun by a pool, there is certainly never a shortage of things to do in Las Vegas. And, if you venture out beyond the city, you’ll find yourself in scenic outdoors of Nevada. Here you can take a helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon, go skiing, or even embark on a guided tour through an old gold mine! Often referred to as the City of Lights, Sin City, and the Entertainment Capital of the World, you are only one flight away out of SBN on Allegiant from experiencing all that Vegas has to offer.
For every foodie out there who wants the full Insta-worthy dining experience, there is no shortage of bucket list restaurants on the Vegas Strip and beyond. From larger-than-life chicken and waffles at Hash House A Go Go to Trash Can Nachos at Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, every meal is sure to be memorable. Then, order one of the many unique cocktails Vegas has to offer. If you make it to The Cosmopolitan’s cocktail bar, you can even order an “Up All Night” which is served with a sparkler to ensure the best pictures. To top it all off, stop by the “World’s Largest Chocolate Fountain” at the Bellagio Hotel. Standing tall at 27-feet, this sculpture circulates dark, milk and white chocolate. Be sure to save room for dessert.
Few cities boast the wide array of entertaining shows that Las Vegas does. From the iconic “Blue Man Group” to “Michael Jackson ONE” by Cirque du Soleil, you can get your entertainment fix on almost any night of the week. Not only are there shows, but there are also a plethora of concerts from world-renowned artists. Check out the House of Blues Las Vegas for artists like Jon Bellion, the Mandalay Bay Events Center for Pentatonix or the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood for Gwen Stefani. No matter what time of the year you visit Las Vegas, there is sure to be a show perfect for you.
If one of your favorite types of entertainment comes in the form of sports, Vegas is the ideal destination. Las Vegas is home to the Las Vegas Raiders of the NFL and the Golden Knights of the NHL. Both teams play at T-Mobile Arena, which is only a convenient eight-minute drive from the Las Vegas Strip.
Although Las Vegas is known for its abundance of night life, just outside of the city you can find scenic views perfect for river rafting, helicopter rides, hiking, or any other number of activities. You can hop in a helicopter for 12- to 15-minutes for a quick ride to see the Las Vegas Strip and the Grand Canyon or go on the 4- to 4 ½-hour “Dream Catcher Helicopter Tour” that showcases the Valley of Fire State Park as well as the Grand Canyon. You can’t visit Nevada without seeing the Colorado River, Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam. Embark on guided tours along the water and even go underground to see the oldest gold mine in the Nevada region!
You can find everything and then some while shopping in Las Vegas. Charming shopping centers give tastes of Paris at the Le Boulevard Shops and even Rome at the Forum Shops at Caesars. At these malls and centers, you can shop till you drop for designer clothing and accessories, or a classic Vegas souvenir.