Valley of Fire Tour

Las Vegas is famous in the world for its shimmering nightlife. A dream destination for many, Vegas is known for its nightclubs, casino resorts, pubs, and discos. It is a city that never sleeps. Besides all these, do you know Las Vegas has several natural tourist attractions? One of those marvelous natural tourist attractions is the Valley of Fire State Park.

Valley of Fire State Park

Located 50 miles northeast of Las Vegas and spread over 46,000+ acres, Valley of Fire is Nevada’s oldest and largest state park. With red rock formations made from Aztec sandstone, this place is a must-visit for tourists to Vegas.

The state park was formed by the great shifting dunes during the age of dinosaurs and was established later in 1935. Nestled in grey and tan limestones, Valley of Fire offers panoramic and breathtaking scenic views. The state park has more than 2,000 years old naturally petrified trees and petroglyphs. Whosoever visits this place gets spellbound by its beauty. With several walking trails, this place is perfect for adventure enthusiasts.

Valley of Fire Tour from Las Vegas

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Valley of Fire Tour from Las Vegas

Crown LV is a leading limo rental service in Las Vegas. We offer the Valley of Fire Tour from Las Vegas in luxury limo-styled vehicles. Traveling in limousines is super affordable during group travel. The tour expense gets shared, thus making it friendly in everyone’s pocket. Each limousine has plush leather seating, a sound system, a mini-bar, etc. You will also get a licensed, professional, trained, and uniformed chauffeur who will remain courteous throughout the tour. To book this tour with us, call (702) 861-0006.

NOTE: For the whole day, several shows and activities keep going on in the state park. You can obtain information regarding these activities from the staff or the kiosks. The state park also has a visitor center exhibiting information about the park’s geology, ecology, and prehistory. If you wish to make an overnight stay, get in touch with the park authorities. The park remains open 24 x7.