I decided to spend this Fourth of July in Las Vegas for a quick girls getaway. Every time I travel somewhere, I like to do something I’ve never done before, marking things off my bucket list. This trip I decided to venture off the Las Vegas Strip and ride ATV’s in the middle of the desert for an ATV Tour. I’ve never ridden ATVs before, but I figured what happens in Vegas, so if I totally wiped out nobody would know. Here is my Bucket List Adventures: Las Vegas ATV Tour.
I decided to ride with Las Vegas ATV Tours. After searching through multiple Vegas ATV tours, and reading various reviews, Las Vegas ATV tours was the winner. I chose them because I found a Groupon that the company was advertising for the price of $129 for a two hour ATV ride, original price was $250.I’m all about saving a coin! They also had great reviews on TripAdvisor so I was all here for the experience. The price included pickup/drop off from your hotel, a tour guide, numerous bottles of water (trust me you’ll need it), helmet, goggles, gloves, and of course your own personal ATV. The duration of the tour was perfect for me! The majority of the ATV’s to ride here are going to cost you $250 plus. Now again I’m all about a deal, but I’m also about a quality experience.
The location is about 20 minutes away from the strip and as previously stated they provide you with transportation to the location. When you get there the awesome staff assists you gear up and shows you have to navigate your bike. Now if you get scared and decide to chicken out, no worries you can ride with the tour guides and they’ll still show you a grand time. It was an exhilarating ride full of twists, turns, and HILLS! Child them hills were no joke. I most definitely had an awesome experience. I have absolutely no complaints about my ride with Las Vegas ATV.
Now the fine print, ALWAYS ALWAYS read the fine print, even though it states two hour ATV ride the fine print states the ride is only 60 minutes long. Our ride time was longer than an hour, probably like an hour and a half. The time for the ride was just right for me. To be honest, if it would’ve been longer I don’t think I would’ve made it back. ATV riding is officially crossed off the Bucket List. Thanks, Las Vegas ATV Tours! You are Selfish approved.
Check out their website here http://lvatvtours.com/
Thanks for reading. Stay Selfish.