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Valley of Fire Tour

A private tour with Las Vegas Tour Hub is always a completely custom itinerary, created just for you and your group! A private tour of the Valley of Fire State Park can be from 6 hours - 10 hours, depending on the itinerary. Pick-up and Drop-off locations are the group’s choice. While many visitors to the Las Vegas desert have specific sites they would like to see, many are happy to let our team create a custom itinerary that fits their interests, budget, mobility, and timeline.

Discover the Valley of Fire with this private tour

Every tour starts with a drive lasting about an hour, out of Las Vegas and through the picturesque desert surroundings, after picking you up at your hotel or rental. Along the drive, you’ll get to know your guide and hear some history about the city of Las Vegas as you drive through it, nearby attractions such as the Hoover Dam, and the rich history of the native tribes, historical figures, and various cultures of the area. As you wind through the quintessential Nevada landscape, you’ll learn about some of the incredible geological formations in the area, which you may see on a hike, as well as other modern-day attractions locals and visitors are drawn to – such as filming locations for several well-known sci-fi movies. Most visitors to the Valley of Fire come out to hike some of the areas – we’ve scouted many trails in the park and most hikes are easy to moderately difficult and can be done with children.

Half-Day Tour:

This tour is designed to highlight the best of the Valley of Fire area (6 hours). Typically, a tour of this length can include 2-3 short hikes (depending on hike length), lunch, if arranged in advance, and a visit to the Park’s Visitor Center. Suggested shorter hikes include Mouse Tank, which is less than 1 mile through a canyon where you can see an impressive display of ancient petroglyphs and a beautiful natural pool; Elephant Rock, about a 1.25-mile loop, which may be of particular interest to any Star Trek fans; or Pink Canyon/Pastel Canyon, one of those hidden gems that only locals know about, taking you through a small unmarked canyon with beautiful light pink walls.

Full-Day Tour:

This tour (7-10 hours) offers you the opportunity to really explore the Valley of Fire. You’ll be able to take some longer hikes, enjoy a scenic drive to some viewpoints, or spend time in Las Vegas at the beginning or end of your tour. Longer hikes could include The Fire Wave, a 1.5-mile round-trip hike with white and red zebra print sandstone which takes the shape of a wave; White Domes, a short (1.25 miles), but the most challenging hike in the park (while still very manageable), involving climbing over boulders, through slot canyons, and over a steep and uneven natural staircase; or Charlie’s Spring or Pinnacle’s Loop – both about 4.5 miles offering a bit more solitude and scenic views. Whatever you choose for your day exploring the Valley of Fire, your desert wish is our command!

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