It’s baaaaaccckkkk!

Our popular Red Rock Canyon tour, presumably on hiatus for the winter season, is making a welcome and unexpected return starting Tuesday (Jan. 10). The tour officially ended Dec. 1 and
was replaced by the seasonal Ethel M Chocolate Factory lighted cactus garden tour, which concluded Jan. 1, and briefly by the Clark County Museum tour. The latter was earmarked to last through winter, but with mild weather forecast for the immediate future, we decided to resume our weekly visits months ahead of schedule. We’ll depart every Tuesday and Wednesday at 8 a.m. from the main lobby. The tour lasts two hours and includes a trip around the famous 13-mile Scenic Loop. Sure you could take your own car, but what fun would that be? Leave the driving to us, sit back, relax and take in the grandeur of one of the world’s scenic wonders with your fellow owners and guests. It’s a great reminder that Las Vegas is much more than the Strip, shows and all-you-can-eat buffets.


  1. Red Rock Canyon is beautiful. Not to be missed. Our party took the tour. Worth the trip and the staff was great.

    1. Hi, Sonja. We’re looking forward to seeing you in May. The Red Rock Canyon tour is one of our most popular amenities, and best of all it’s absolutely free! Don’t forget your camera. The only thing that could improve the scenice beauty of Red Rock is maybe a little neon. Thank you for writing.

  2. we are staying for a week at Tahiti village in May 2013. Is this tour still operating and on which day of the week so that i can book other tours around it…

    1. Thank you for your interest. The Red Rock Canyon tour is 8 a.m. every Tuesday and Wednesday. It can draw upwards of 30 people, so please see a concierge to secure a spot on the shuttle. We look forward to seeing you in May.

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