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Top 7 Spring Break Adventures to Indulge in Las Vegas

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|by Jena Pugh |


Get swept off your feet this spring break in Las Vegas

Now that we are officially in March it’s time to start planning Spring Break. Las Vegas has everything you need for a fun, adventure-filled spring break and we’ve narrowed down the top 7 adventures you must try:

Go see Blue Man Group at Luxor this Spring Break for laughter, tricks, and awesome technology (Photo: Blue Man Group)

Go see Blue Man Group at Luxor this Spring Break for laughter, tricks, and awesome technology (Photo: Blue Man Group)

Open Top Sightseeing Tour
Take spring break and explore everything Las Vegas has to offer on the Open Top Sightseeing Tour. Hop on a double-decker bus at any of the tour’s 20 locations in Vegas and embark on a day adventure. The tour stops at big tourist destinations in the city including the famous Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign, the Golden Nugget on Fremont Street, the Bellagio and more. You can hop off at any of the stops and further explore before getting back on for more.

Grand Canyon West Rim Tour
If you’re looking for an over-the-top experience for spring break look no further than the Grand Canyon West Rim Tour. That might not be what you were expecting to hear but this tour is the creme de la creme when it comes to Grand Canyon tours. The tour takes you on a motor coach through the 900-year-old Joshua Tree Forest and past the Hoover Dam en route to the Grand Canyon. Once there you will be hosted by the Hualapai Indians and enjoy hours of exploring the gorgeous Canyon.

Mojave Desert ATV Tour
Spring break is for getting outside and exploring nature, so what better way to do that than on an ATV? The Mojave Desert ATV Tour will take riders on an action-packed adventure through the desert landscape. The 1.5-hour tour includes picturesque trails and gorgeous desert scenery you won’t find anywhere else.

Blue Man Group
For spring break family-style don’t miss Blue Man Group at the Luxor. The show combines interactive music, art and technology for a mind-blowing production the entire family will enjoy. The party atmosphere you’ll experience inside the Luxor Blue Man Group Theater pairs perfectly with a wilder spring break.

Backstreet Boys
Enjoy spring break like you would have in the 90’s with tickets to see Backstreet Boys at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. The band’s, one-of-a-kind, over-the-top production Larger than Life brings Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, Howie Dorough, Brian Litrell and AJ McLean to the stage for an explosive show full of their greatest hits.

Donny & Marie
Speaking of traveling back in time this spring break, Donny & Marie Osmond fans can catch the brother-and-sister duo’s hit show at the Flamingo. The show includes music, dancing and comedy in a 90-minute show-stopping performance by the famous pair. You’ll hear classic hits like “Paper Roses,” “Puppy Live,” “Make the World Go Away” and more.

Laughternoon
It’s finally spring break and you are in need of some relaxation and laughter. Laughternoon can provide both, but mainly loads of laughing. Magician Adam London blends comedy, illusions and witty banter for an afternoon that will blow your mind and get you laughing. This show is also family-friendly.

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