Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Area

Planning to spend some time in Las Vegas for your next vacation? This city is a great destination for families with kids, a group of friends, or couples, as it offers attractions and shows for every type of tourist. This vibrant place is packed with fun and entertainment, but if you want to escape that for a day or two then you’ll be happy to know that the city is surrounded by a unique desert landscape that offers a very different type of attractions. Most people, however, will stay in the city and spend a lot of time on the famous Strip – the long boulevard where you can find most mega resorts.

Are you staying at Mandalay Bay, or in one of the resorts close to it, such as the Excalibur, MGM Grand or the Luxor? Then you’d probably like to know more about Mandalay Bay area, to get an idea of everything that’s waiting for you there. It’s wise to pre plan as much as you can before your vacation starts, so here’s a few tips and ideas to consider adding to your holiday schedule. If you’re planning to see and do a lot, you might also want to consider to get yourself a Las Vegas Power Pass – check our offers for more information about this prepaid city card.

Things to do in Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay area

Let’s start with Mandalay Bay resort itself, that has much to offer – such as a Shark Reef with many types of sharks and other sea creatures. The hotel’s swimming pool and beach will leave an unforgettable memory so if you’re vacationing during the summer months then be sure to have a refreshing swim here! The Mandalay Bay boasts a 12,000 seats venue hall as well as a shopping mall that will satisfy all your shopping needs.

Looking for unique places to visit in the Mandalay Bay area? Did you know that the prestigious and much-talked about hotel The Four Seasons is actually located in, or to be more precise, on top of the Mandalay Bay? So you could enjoy two luxury hotels in one! A short elevator ride away you will land at the Strip, the famous boulevard in the tourist center of the city. Here the possibilities are truly endless and if you want, you can spend your entire holiday walking up and down the 7 kilometer long Strip, enjoying its many attractions and free shows that the resorts are offering, such as the Dancing Fountains at the Bellagio Resort, or the Mirage’s man made volcano show.

Next door to the Four Seasons is the Luxor. Get a taste of Egypt as well as Sin City here by viewing the magnificent pyramid, the replica of the Egyptian King Tut and the Sphinx. As you probably know by now, entertainment in Vegas isn’t exclusively about gambling in casinos. So after you’ve completed a game of poker – you are in Vegas after all, so you should at least play a game or two – why not watch the Criss Angel Believe show in the Luxor? North from Mandalay Bay and just a tram ride away from the Luxor is yet another Vegas resort packed with attractions – the Excalibur. Play a game of golf, watch the Tournament of Kings show with the whole family or explore the Fun Dungeon here. Learn more about the Excalibur and Luxor by watching our special video guides.

Grand Canyon All American Helicopter Tour

Take off from Las Vegas Airport on an exhilarating helicopter flight to the Grand Canyon. You'll enjoy a 45-minute helicopter flight each way, land deep in the canyon for a champagne picnic, and fly low over the famous Las Vegas neon Strip on your return. The Grand Canyon All American Helicopter Tour is a half-day tour, leaving you with time in the day free to explore Las Vegas and Nevada at your leisure.

USD 324.99$

Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam Day Trip from Las Vegas with Optional Skywalk

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USD 109.99$

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Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tour with Optional Upgrades

Sit back and relax as your coach driver takes you on a narrated journey from Las Vegas to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. You can upgrade your tour to include discounted tickets to the incredible IMAX footage of the canyon at the National Geographic Visitor Center on the only South Rim bus tour that makes a stop at the center.

USD 74.99$

Ultimate Hoover Dam Tour

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USD 79.99$