Hop in a hot pink tandem Hog Car scooter and drive to famous spots along The Strip; optional stops for food at famous Vegas restaurants
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What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
$279 for a two-person Hog Car day tour ($424 value)
- Tour for two in a pink Hog Car scooter, plus food from different restaurants and eateries ($300 value)
- Three-location digital-phone souvenir, snapped by a professional photographer ($75 value)
- Digital-video souvenir of the ride down the strip ($49 value)
$329 for a two-person Hog Car tour plus a VooDoo ZipLine ride ($545.80 value)
- Everything in the first option
- VooDoo ZipLine ride for two
- Two souvenir T-shirts
$199 for a two-person Hog Car tour night tour ($353 value)
This includes everything in the first option, except for food. It also takes place at night.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required two weeks in advance, credit card required for reservation, cards will not be charged. 1 week cancellation notice required or fee up to voucher price may apply. Must be 8 or older to ride, 21 or older with valid driver's license to drive. 400 lbs. combined weight max per car. Must be 6'4" or shorter. Valid for a tour for 2 people in the same car. Food included in Strip Tour Daytime only. Food is not included in Night Time Strip Tour. Subject to availability. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Hog Car Tours Las Vegas
Even with all of the craziness associated with The Strip—the costumed performers and people stumbling around, holding massive drinks—you will stand out if you take a tour with Hog Car Tours Las Vegas. That's all due to the company's ostentatious hot pink tandem scooters emblazoned with the face of a hog wearing sunglasses.
The little pink cars look like they belong in a movie or music video. Instead, tour-goers get to drive them around The Strip, seeking out the area's highlights and optionally stopping for food along the way. Tour-goers might encounter the "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign and the Bellagio's Jean-Phillippe Patisserie, where the largest chocolate fountain in the world resides.
Hog Car Tours was inspired by Vegas native and MMA Superstar Roy “Big Country” Nelson. He wanted to create a fun tour that would make participants feel like VIP celebrities, and he succeeded, as onlookers tend to cheer on the tour and ask drivers to sign their babies.