Fear is the secret to happy marriages, lasting friendships, and the final ingredient in numerous madman-created serums. Lead your scared sweetie and ghoulish gang through one of the three distinct scare lairs at the Freakling Brothers Trilogy of Terror. Dark rooms and mysterious corridors wind throughout Castle Vampyre, where a force of unadulterated evil always lurks a few steps behind in an interactive and startling experience that stokes primal fears, such as that of missing a student loan payment. Alternately, a terrifying troupe of circus freaks and clown college dropouts prowl the Circus of Horrors campus quad, featuring a labyrinthine den of monstrous inflatable balls and dead ends. Macabre screams of anguish ring through the air at the third house of horror, the Mortuary, which is in its final year at the Trilogy before its proper burial.
Give them one day, and New Vegas VIP's staffers will give you the time of your life. The company curates experiences that can't be had anywhere else: visitors can take a tour of famous Sin City landmarks in a luxurious limousine, see the whole city all at once from a vantage point of 15,000 feet in the air during extreme skydiving, or get a street-level view in an exotic sports car. Or they can roll the dice. The Mystery Show and Ultra Club package lets parties choose their preferred genre of live show and then surprises them with one of the city's finest examples.
Fabric backdrops. Studio lighting. Posed photographs. That's not good enough for the pros at Epic Adventures Photography. Their photo backdrop of choice lies roughly 45 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, where breathtaking landscapes abound at the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Here, photographers double as guides and take their subjects on hiking and kayaking adventures along the Colorado River, near the cliffs of the Mojave Desert, and in the waters of hot pools and waterfalls. Along the way, the guides document your journey with adventure portraits that would be right at home in an adventure magazine or might even be confused with stills from Lawrence of Arabia. And these shots are viewable back on the strip or at a location of your choice within Monstro: a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter turned into a mobile studio with editing bays, client lounge, refrigerator and 46" HD display.
Once the plane's a mile high, Love Cloud Vegas's pilot makes the most important announcement of the evening: you may now unfasten your seat-belts. Then, he slips on noise-canceling headphones, makes sure his door is securely locked, and leaves his passengers (a lone couple) to an intimate, romantic flight 5,280 ft. over the bright lights and stray magicians of the Vegas Strip.
The twin engine plane's custom interior is ready made for romance?with plush pillows, a foam mattress, and a wireless sound system that plays the couple's own playlist or a provided selection of tunes. Daytime flights also up the romance ante by passing over sights of the Red Rock Canyon, Hoover Dam, and Lake Meade.
You can travel almost anywhere in a helicopter, soaring over the glittering excess of the Las Vegas Strip, the breathtaking desert landscape of Red Rock Canyon, or the mesmerizing carousels of baggage claim. Skyline Helicopter Tours can take you on tours of those locales, and do a lot more besides. Their aerial services can be commissioned for photo shoots and wildlife spotting, or hired as a literal jumping-off point for wing suit launching. However you want to see Nevada, Skyline Helicopter Tours can make it happen—as long as it's from above.
Based in Las Vegas, Comedy on Deck Tours began escorting sightseers on tours of nearby natural wonders in 2003. The company stands out among other tour companies by employing big personalities as tour guides. Comedy on Deck's tours are led by standup comedians, who are trained to keep things PG and interact with everyone onboard. After catching their breath, chuckled-out tour takers have complimented the guides for seamless weaving of history, geography, and family-friendly punch lines.