Safety Protocols

Masks Required | Temperature Checks | Hand Sanitizing Stations | See-Through Barriers | Social Distancing | Repeated Vehicle Sanitizing

9:00 AM Departure

Complimentary Las Vegas Hotel Pick up and drop off

Tour Duration:  5 hours and 30 minutes ETA

Tour Inclusions:  Bottled water, Park entrance fees and a box lunch.

Adults /   $169.00                 Children 3-12 /    $153.00

Valley of Fire located 50 miles Northeast of Las Vegas is the oldest and largest Nevada State Park covering 46,000 acres. Your driver/guide will add to your day with tales of history and geology as you drive through the Mojave Desert on a short road trip to the Valley of Fire.

As we drive down Mouse Tank Road you will be amazed at the incredible red rock formations made of Aztec Sandstone in colors ablaze of Pink, Red and Orange. 

You will at Rainbow Vista have views of Duck Rock and the White Domes. If you think you have seen these formations before, you have. Valley of Fire has been filmed for movies such as Viva Las Vegas, Star Trek: Generations, Transformers and The Professionals. 

Next stop is Atlatl Rock where thousands of years ago indigenous people, the Anazazi’s, created a mysterious artform, as we know today as petroglyphs.  There are many theories about the meaning behind petroglyphs ranging from perhaps telling a story, marking a territory, spiritual. Whatever the meaning may be these are truly artforms that do depict a people.

Be sure to get a memorable photo of the iconic Elephant Rock (see picture above) before the final stop at the Visitor’s Center. Peruse the center for souvenirs and books about the Valley of Fire.


  • Complimentary pick up at most Las Vegas Hotels
  • Arrive at the Valley of Fire State Park
  • Enjoy a box lunch of your choice:  Turkey and Cheese

Ham and Cheese, Italian, the Bobbie (reminiscent of Thanksgiving), Salad and Gluten Free.

  • See movie film locations
  • Photo opportunities of Elephant Rock, Seven Sisters and White Domes
  • See the ancient petroglyphs at Atlatl Rock
  • View the Stone cabins built in the 1930’s as respite for weary travelers.
  • Stop at the Visitor Center


No children under three permitted on this tour. Collapsible wheelchairs acceptable when accompanied by another adult. More than one party may be booked on this tour vehicle while adhering to social distancing guidelines.