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- $349 for a Lake Havasu jet boat tour with transportation from The Strip and three meals for two people ($498 value)
- $649 for a Lake Havasu jet boat tour with transportation from The Strip and three meals for four people ($996 value)
During the tour, boat passengers will travel 58 miles down the Colorado River, ending at the relocated London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, AZ. The river trip takes place on a diesel jet boat that cruises at speeds of up to 40 mph, but guests should still have no problem admiring the views of volcanic rock faces and ancient Indian petroglyphs that will surround them in Topock Gorge.
The trip includes round-trip transportation from Las Vegas Strip hotels to Laughlin, NV, where the boat tour begins. It also includes a continental breakfast, lunch in Lake Havasu City, and a buffet dinner in Laughlin. The tour operates Monday–Saturday, and lasts approximately 11 to 12 hours, hotel to hotel. The timetable includes a two-hour boat ride to Lake Havasu, a two-hour layover near London Bridge, and a two-hour return boat ride, arriving back in Laughlin at about 4 p.m. where shuttle service takes passengers back to their hotel.
Las Vegas Southwest Tours
For most people, the beauty of the Southwest is irrevocably linked to the Grand Canyon. And Las Vegas Southwest Tours' guides will certainly take visitors to peek over its edge. However, they know the region inside and out, and their tours uncover hidden gems, too. Below, three of the excursions that start in Sin City, then lead visitors off the beaten path.
Understandably, the London Bridge is often stereotyped as "being in London." However, it was actually auctioned off and relocated years ago, and now arcs over Arizona's Lake Havasu. On this tour, visitors jet-boat down the Colorado River to see it, passing through Topock Gorge—a journey on which visitors can spot Native American petroglyphs and volcanic rock formations.
This trip takes passengers from Las Vegas to Sedona in a train powered by a vintage locomotive. The views along the way are spectacular: a mix of lush national forest and red rock canyons like the Verde Canyon, dotted with agave, cacti, and rare but beautiful baked goods.
A marvel of the industrial age, the Hoover Dam attracts nearly a million visitors each year. On this five-to-six hour tour, visitors get to explore this famous dam, and take in breathtaking views of science and nature working in harmony. The tour is topped off with an exhilarating helicopter ride over the Hoover Dam's reservoir Lake Mead, the nation's largest man-made lake.