Is it possible that my job could get any better? Listen, for the last ten years I have been eating, drinking, sleeping, swimming, dancing and experiencing everything in Las Vegas. I literally get to do it all in order to help you make a better decision about what to see and do in Las Vegas. I know, unreal, right?
Well, it does get better as Galavantier.com and I have teamed up to show you exactly what there is to do in and around Las Vegas on the Galavantier Travel Channel. I might have to shave and shower after the long nights out on the town but that is a small price to pay to help you see the sights.
This week you need to check out my day on the dunes as I race across the sand and rocks in a buggy that is made specifically for this terrain. I catch some air and I get real dirty.
The Dune Buggy Adventure
The best part about this experience is that you can share it with your family and friends. While your kids cannot drive they can be passengers and their vehicles are safe. Five point seat belts and full roll bars should make sure that all you are thinking about is safety. All you need to do is get yourself ready for a long session on the dirt where you put the pedal to the metal and explore your desire to go real fast.
You'll go out with a guide and group of other drivers. You do tend to follow along in a group but that is mainly because they don't want you to get lost our crash into one another. Your guide will go as fast or as as slow as you want and be prepared to push the limits of your comfort zone. A portion of the area is rocky and bumpy while another expanse of land is a series of large sand dunes that make for a great opportunity to catch a little air. There is a pretty good chance you'll want more time so make sure to talk them about the cost of a return visit once or extended time when you are getting ready to embark on your dune buggy adventure.
Are you excited? You should be.
If you are intrigued about some more of our adventures take a view of even more experiences in Las Vegas on the Galavantier Travel Channel. Send us a note and let us know what you'd like to see or if you have found a hidden treasure in Las Vegas.