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A holiday in Las Vegas, the dazzling city in the middle of the Nevada desert, is an unforgettable experience. Your holiday is going to be filled with spectacular shows, poker and roulette, comedy, music, magic and acrobatics. Even the entrance sign to Las Vegas is world-famous and draws you into the glittering world.
The desert climate makes Las Vegas a year-round holiday destination. However, the summer months are very hot. For those who can't stand high heat, spring and autumn are therefore better recommended.
At the beginning of the Strip, the Strat Hotel welcomes you. Go up to the Stratosphere Tower and enjoy a priceless view over Las Vegas. But if you are particularly brave, you can venture up to the Freefall Tower. This is where the only sky dive in North America starts. The launch pad is located on the 108th floor of the STRAT Hotel. You will be connected to a cable. Guide wires keep you on course towards the finish line. At the end, you will be slowed down for a controlled and safe landing.
With a height of 167 metres, the "High Roller" is the largest Ferris wheel in the world.
The "Fast & Furios" car racing track is even faster. Here you have the unique opportunity to drive your dream car at 300 km/h over the Las Vegas Motor Speedways.
How about getting up close and personal with a shark? At the Shark Reef Aquarium in the Mandalay Bay Hotel you have the opportunity to dive with sharks.
Much quieter and comparatively romantic is a hot air balloon ride over the desert. The tour starts one hour before sunrise. You float into the sunrise and experience the unique, bright red "Red Rock Canyon" below you.
Each hotel in Las Vegas is a sight in itself. You take a trip around the world as you visit the different hotels.
One of the largest hotels in the world is the Venetian Resort Hotel, complete with canals, gondolas, St Mark's Square and Venetian decorated palaces.
Caesars Palace Hotel takes you back to the luxurious days of Rome with an ancient Roman ambience.
Hotel Paris houses replicas of the Arc de Triomphe, the Paris Opera, the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower.
At Hotel Luxor, you'll find yourself among the Egyptian pyramids, and at Hotel Excalibur, the legends of King Arthur rise once again.
Let's not forget highlights from the USA. At Hotel New York New York you will find the Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge.
Downtown is where it all began. Before the Strip, with its hotels and casinos, became the centre of Las Vegas, downtown and world-famous Fremont Street was the attraction. Take a stroll in the evening through the hustle and bustle and the light show along the countless casinos on Freemont Street Experience. Every hour on the hour, all the street lights are extinguished. Then the "Viva Vision Light Show" begins with deafening music.
A RV holiday makes you flexible and independent. Within the metropolis, on the Strip or downtown, there is a hustle and bustle of traffic. A camper is the best way to get out of the city and experience the surroundings. The hotels and casinos are connected by tunnels or bridges. Use the monorail on the boulevard. Las Vegas also has a dense bus network.
It is better to park your RV in the RV parks. For example, at the Las Vegas RV Resort. All electricity and water connections are available and you have a relaxing retreat.
Another RV park is at the Oasis Las Vegas Resort. This spot for you and your RV is conveniently located south of the Las Vegas Strip.
The third option is Circus Circus RV Park right on the Strip.
On a very positive note, there are no road tolls in Nevada. The only exception is on the Adams Parkway in Utah.
In stark contrast to the turbulent city are the breathtaking surroundings. Make your way to the surreal world of the Valley of Fire. On the way through the desert landscape, plan a stop at the Colorado and the impressive Hoover Dam. You can park your camper in the huge car park for a fee and take a kayak tour on the Colorado to see the dam from below. Or you can relax with a bath in the hot springs of the Colorado.
Maybe you would like to see more on a round trip. Among other things, you can get tips and information from campstar.
You can rent a RV in Las Vegas and then set off into the desert and its exciting beauty on pre-planned routes.
The classic RV is best suited if you are travelling with family or friends. With two fixed beds and an alcove above the driver's cabin, you have plenty of space and living area. For urban areas, you are best equipped with the manoeuvrable and smaller camper van.
If you are travelling as a couple, renting a camper van in Las Vegas is ideal. This compact vehicle is perfect for exploring the city. Or you can opt for a van camper. This gives you a compact vehicle with the option of a raised roof to give you more room to move around.
For those renting a camper van in Las Vegas, pick-up after an international flight is the day after arrival. You should rent a camper in Las Vegas before your departure. Otherwise, there is a risk that you won't find any campers available in Las Vegas, or possibly not the right one.
You also have the option of renting a camper van in Las Vegas and taking a tour of the California coast. You can then return your RV in Los Angeles by paying a one-way rental fee.