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Las Vegas: Valley of Fire Scenic Tour & Lost City Museum6 Reviews
Valley of Fire, in Nevada, is a state park known for its stunning red sandstone formations illuminating the valley, especially at sunset, making it look like it's on fire.
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DescriptionPrepare to be captivated by the wonders that await you in Valley of Fire State Park. Immerse yourself in the park's rich history and natural beauty as you embark on a journey that will awaken you. Here are just a few of the wonders that should be on our itinerary: -Elephant Rock: Nature's Majestic Sculpture As you enter Valley of Fire State Park through the east entrance, be sure to keep an eye out for the magnificent Elephant Rock. This natural sculpture, aptly named for its resemblance to an elephant, stands as a testament to the raw power and artistry of nature. Its imposing presence is a constant reminder of the extraordinary forces that have shaped this ancient landscape. -Fire Wave: A Striped Masterpiece Prepare to be mesmerized by the Fire Wave, a geological wonder that showcases nature's artistic flair. With its stunning white and red zebra stripes, this captivating formation creates a surreal and ethereal landscape. Embark on a hike to this geological masterpiece and immerse yourself in its mesmerizing beauty. The Fire Wave offers endless photo opportunities, ensuring that your memories of Valley of Fire will be forever etched in your heart. -Atlatl Rock Hike: A Glimpse into Ancient Artistry Embark on the Atlatl Rock Hike and journey into the heart of ancient artistry. This 0.1-mile round trip hike leads you to Atlatl Rock, where you'll discover a treasure trove of prehistoric petroglyphs. Marvel at the intricate carvings and symbols that tell the stories of the Native Americans who once called this land home. Allow your imagination to wander as you immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of Valley of Fire. -Valley of Fire Visitor Center: Gateway to Discovery Immerse yourself in the park's rich history, geology, and ecology through engaging exhibits and informative displays. Discover the stories of the ancient civilizations that once called this land home and gain a deeper understanding of the natural forces that have shaped these remarkable sandstone formations. The Visitor Center offers a range of resources, including postcards, books, and souvenirs, allowing you to take a piece of Valley of Fire's magic home with you. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Visitor Center is a must-visit destination to enhance your Valley of Fire experience. -Lost City in Museum Moapa Valley The Lost City Museum, originally known as the Boulder Dam Park Museum, was built in 1935 by members of the Civilian Conservation Corps. The National Park Service created the museum to exhibit artifacts recovered from local prehistoric archaeological sites, most of which were flooded when the Colorado River was dammed to form Lake Mead. The Museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the museum is one of seven state museums and has grown to include three exhibition galleries, a small screening room, a research library, and a museum store. Outdoor exhibits include a Native American pit house and reconstructed pueblos.
IncludesDriver/Guide Bottled water, Soft Drinks Hotel pick-up and dropoff by air-conditioned vehicle Lost City Museum Entry Fee Valley of Fire entry tickets
- This Is a small-group tour and uses either a 15-seat passenger van or a 7-seat minivan, depending on the group size on the day of the tour. Hotel pick-ups are from the Las Vegas Strip and Fremont Street Areas *Downtown). You will receive an email with all the information you need 24 hours prior to tour date. Summer in Valley of Fire is a time of intense heat, with temperatures often exceeding 100 degrees Fahrenheit. It's crucial to come prepared with ample water and sun protection to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit.