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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 family friendly 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.

2000 Las Vegas Blvd. S
Las Vegas,
NV
US

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 family friendly 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.

3300 Las Vegas Blvd. S
Las Vegas,
NV
US

The spirited VIP hosts of Nite Tours introduce their partiers to a range of nightlife destinations in various city’s bustling districts. As participants amble from place to place, receiving discounted drinks or VIP access at lounges and nightclubs, their leaders help them augment the celebratory vibe of the evening with interactive games and scavenger hunts.

8430 West Lake Mead Boulevard
Las Vegas,
NV
US

GC Flight parades tourists over bridges, across the Colorado River, and by wildlife habitats while meandering through the sprawling natural and man-made environs of the Grand Canyon National Park and Hoover Dam. After being picked up from one of the many major hotels on the strip, sightseers are ushered into air-conditioned, class-A motor coach. A knowledgeable guide narrates the tales of the Black Canyon, from the pioneer Indian wars and the trials of the mountain men to the plight of the desert umbrella salesman. Soar 900 feet above the Colorado River while gazing at the Hoover Dam on the Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge, the longest arched-concrete bridge in the western hemisphere. After skimming through the habitat of big horn sheep, motor-coaches make their way to the south rim of the Grand Canyon.

2350 S Jones Blvd
Las Vegas,
NV
US

According to the Wall Street Journal, Eli Roth's Goretorium didn't start out as a $10 million project. "I kept adding stuff," he said. Roth's Hostel and Cabin Fever movie franchises, among others, have earned him a spot in the notoriously gruesome "Splat Pack" of filmmakers. He meticulously designed each detail of the fictional Delmont Hotel—a rundown establishment rumored to be run by murderous proprietors—to keep visitors screaming 365 days a year, and he continues to add frightening new elements.

Actor-victims scream as they fall to a giant meat grinder and other atrocities, prompting guests to hasten their self-guided journey through winding, dungeon-like hallways lined with mangled body parts. From the film-worthy costumes and sound effects to the carefully chosen slot machines in the lobby's casino, the site is "a stew of horror tropes mixed with an eye for decade-crossing design," according to CNN. The place, says EW.com, "may just be the kind of gruesome, bloody year-round destination horror fans have been salivating for."

Visitors emerging from their frightful tour stumble toward the outdoor, '60s-themed Baby Dolls Lounge overlooking The Strip. There, they can soothe their nerves with spooky cocktails, be entertained by go-go dancers dressed like zombies, and possibly catch a glimpse of celebrities such as Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber or Marilyn Manson. Hardcore gore enthusiasts even get married on the premises by a vampire or zombie minister, conveniently satisfying the "something borrowed" requirements with a plate of fresh brains.

Strip
Las Vegas,
NV
US

According to the Wall Street Journal, Eli Roth's Goretorium didn't start out as a $10 million project. "I kept adding stuff," he said. Roth's Hostel and Cabin Fever movie franchises, among others, have earned him a spot in the notoriously gruesome "Splat Pack" of filmmakers. He meticulously designed each detail of the fictional Delmont Hotel—a rundown establishment rumored to be run by murderous proprietors—to keep visitors screaming 365 days a year, and he continues to add frightening new elements.

Actor-victims scream as they fall to a giant meat grinder and other atrocities, prompting guests to hasten their self-guided journey through winding, dungeon-like hallways lined with mangled body parts. From the film-worthy costumes and sound effects to the carefully chosen slot machines in the lobby's casino, the site is "a stew of horror tropes mixed with an eye for decade-crossing design," according to CNN. The place, says EW.com, "may just be the kind of gruesome, bloody year-round destination horror fans have been salivating for."

Visitors emerging from their frightful tour stumble toward the outdoor, '60s-themed Baby Dolls Lounge overlooking The Strip. There, they can soothe their nerves with spooky cocktails, be entertained by go-go dancers dressed like zombies, and possibly catch a glimpse of celebrities such as Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber or Marilyn Manson. Hardcore gore enthusiasts even get married on the premises by a vampire or zombie minister, conveniently satisfying the "something borrowed" requirements with a plate of fresh brains.

3717 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas,
NV
US