A Vegas Vacation was once thought of as coming into Las Vegas and spending your entire trip on the Las Vegas Strip and /or Downtown Las Vegas. Thankfully that view of a Vegas Vacation is changing as tourists begin to realize we offer so much more than that. Like getting out and kayaking the Colorado River or hiking into the mountains. Maybe even camping on one of the islands in Lake Mead. Adventure awaits you!!
Today’s podcast we talk with one of those people who help the Vegas tourist as well as the Vegas local get out and experience the adventure side of Las Vegas. No matter your skill level or what equipment you may need or already have, they can make it happen.
But first… The Vegas Tourist Tidbits!
- Caesars starts to charge for parking
- Brandon Flowers of the Killers, speak out against charging for Valet
- Wayne Allyn Root piece on Paid Parking
- Las Vegas Hockey Team trademark rejected
- Amazon Echo’s in the Wynn
- Shopping at the NFR
- Maverick Helicopters
- The Ride
This week, we venture out to beautiful Boulder City and visit Joyce Kehoe of Kayak Las Vegas
A full-service desert adventure outfitter! They can set you up, outfit you and give the permits, the training, and the supplies to go out and enjoy mother nature at her finest. From Kayak training, rental and tours to camping, hiking, and multi tours, they can do it for you or with you. Bring your own equipment or rent theirs. Not sure how? They will train you. Including desert safety and rescue.
Joyce Kehoe’s Vegas Tourist Tips
3 Things Every Vegas Tourist Should Do or See
- See a Vegas show
- A drive thru Valley of Fire
- Do a Hoover Dam Tour
Hidden Vegas Gem: Adventures below Hoover Dam/Lake Mead
Favorite Vegas Show(s): La Reve / Absinthe
Favorite Vegas Movie(s): Viva Las Vegas / Get Him to the Greek
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