- Tour of the Valley of Fire and Lost City Museum from Las Vegas
- Visit the sacred Indian lands through the Valley of Fire
- Stop at the Lost City Museum, one of the most complete collections of the early Pueblo Indians.
- Deli-style boxed lunch is included
- Complimentary hotel pickup and drop-off from Las Vegas hotels
Recent Photos of This Tour
Example of what you can seePhoto by: Rishi S
United Kingdom, 09 2013
Valley of fire--The color of ...Photo by: HanhanOZ
Valley of fire --The PillarsPhoto by: HanhanOZ
Valley of fire --The 7 sistersPhoto by: HanhanOZ
Valley of fire--The Funny FacePhoto by: HanhanOZ
Valley of fire --The Praying ...Photo by: HanhanOZ
Valley of fire --The FrogPhoto by: HanhanOZ
Valley of fire -The dogPhoto by: HanhanOZ
What You Can Expect
Also included is a stop at the amazing Lost City Museum which has one of the most complete collections of the early Pueblo Indians in the southwest. This display starts with the Desert Culture of 10,000 years ago and continues through the Ancient "Basketmaker" cultures, which existed until about 500 AD.
Enjoy a deli-style lunch with your choice of ham, turkey or vegetarian sandwich and transportation by either SUV or mini-coach.
very professional Tour Guide, fascinating landscape, amazing Tour. Must see!!!
Many thanks again to the tour company to provide Gluten Free food during the Tour
only five people on the trip, great guide who showed us a lot of great places to take pictures and fill us in on the stories of the area
Very nice well done by the tour guide who was extremely knowledgable about the area.
Our guide was superb - He knew history and interesting facts that were both pertinent to our trip, and interesting sidelights. The day was beautiful, the ride comfortable, the scenery stunning. I would recommend it to anyone - as especially our guide, Julian.
From start to finish this was a fantastic tour. A nice small group, a very knowledgeable guide, the most beautiful scenery, stunning petroglyphs and even the museum at the end of the tour was fascinating. Well worth taking time away from the over-the-top man-made scene that is Vegas to remind yourself that nature created spectacles long before Man ever did!
I think what made this such a great tour was our guide Charlene. She made the valley come alive for me and was so knowledgeable.
This tour was wonderful, more beautiful than any pictures can begin to show. We spent the full day going back in time and the ages of time in the museum. The tour in the Valley of Fire was spectacular. Our guide was so very knowledgeable in providing the details of the area. She took us to favorite spots and helped us to see the drawings and petroglyphs. The colors were vibrant and it is fun to review our photos to remember our wonderful tour.
I highly recommend this tour when you are in the Las Vegas area.
We loved this tour - Bill who was filling in for Charlene was brilliant picking us all up at the LV hotels and then off to VOF we went. There were a ttoal of 6 of us and Bill took us to the best spots, taking our photos and answering our questions. All in all, we saw a total of 7-8 sites at the VOF. I loved that you could get close and touch, feel, climb etc. We didnt think much of the museum but maybe that was just because we were tired after the long day and we were so wowed by the VOF but then thats just our opinion. You can get some nice souvenirs and good prices there and its tax free! However, we are rating the tour as a whole and have to give it 5/5
This was the last tour of our 9 days in Vegas, and was definitely one to save for the end. We had an absolutely wonderful tour guide from Adventure Photo Tours - Charlene. We were in a group of 4 which made for an excellent private tour in the end; a German couple who were supposed to join us absolutely lambasted Charlene in the morning for being delayed by traffic for all of 10 minutes, and complained the vehicle was not what they were expecting. Despite being abused, Charlene kept her composure, calmly informed us what happened, and then got us on our way.
First stop was the lost city - so named because the construction of Hoover Dam meant Lake Mead flooded the area. However, with the water level in the lake dropping, the city was unearthed once again and became a prime site for investigating ancient cultures. There were pristine example of underground houses, as well as on-land dwellings, with a museum of thousands of artefacts excavated from the site. These ranged from pots and pottery to weaponry and even dinosaurs bones.
The Valley itself was the highlight of the trip though - stunning from every angle, pictographs scattered on rocks everywhere. Charlene was excellent in going above and beyond for the trip, stopping at many unscheduled locations to allow us to get the very best photos. She also knows the area inside out and can point out many things other guides would miss. We spent a good few hours driving around the valley, before heading back to the hotels for around 3pm.
Could not recommend this tour any higher for people interested in the Valley and ancient history - there's so much to see and do and if you get a guide like Charlene it'll be even more amazing!
What a wonderful day. Naturally I had seen photos of the place in advance but they do no justice to the true beauty of this amazing, strange, very powerful and spiritual place. The colors, the rock formations, the wildlife. We were also lucky to visit on a sunny day so the colors were really blazing.
Also, our guide Charlene was a magician, literally taking us to another time and place with wonderful stories to share and with patience to stop and show us around without any feeling of hurry. I will especially never forget the magic trick of how we arrived in Rainbow Vista (I must tell you that the night before I had seen David Copperfield at the MGM and mind you I absolutely do love his illusions, but sorry Mr. Copperfield, you've been beaten!).
I highly recommend this tour. And especially if you have only one day to spend since the park is not far from Vegas, so you don't need to spend 5+ hours. During my visit to Vegas I visited several other parks (including Grand Canyon and Death Valley) and of all these Valley of Fire remains the most stunning experience.