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Las Vegas

You have to see this place to believe it!

Las Vegas, famous for bright lights, nightlife, weddings and of course lots of casinos. It’s 24 hours of entertainment, dining and gambling.

However, when you want to escape the bright lights, there are lots of daytime attractions to see. There are many interesting museums, over 50 golf courses and it’s easy to take day trips to see the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon.

Travel Information

Time Difference: GMT -7hrs

Currency: US Dollar

Climate Information

June, July and August are the hottest months with an average temperature of 33 degrees Celsius. December and January are the coldest with an average of 8 degrees.

August, November, January and February are the wettest months with an average of 14mm of rain.

Leisure & Activities

Las Vegas Theatre
Some of the top stars of entertainment appear in lavish Las Vegas shows, and it’s the ideal opportunity to see them perform live. Many of the larger hotels’ will feature a show lounge or theatre, usually part of their casino. Booking is easy and you can easily pre-book a show months in advance before you travel.

Las Vegas is home to some of the top casinos in the world, including Caesars Palace, the Golden Nugget and the Bellagio. As well as the gaming tables there are also slot machines dealing out hundreds of dollars in prize money. It’s also quite an experience just wandering around the casinos taking in the unique atmosphere.

Hoover Dam
One of the world’s most impressive engineering projects. Completed in 1935, it spans the Colorado River linking Arizona with Nevada. The waters held back by the dam form Lake Mead, which is the largest man-made lake in the USA. Tours of the structure take place daily.

Hotels in Las Vegas