If you’ve ever been to Vegas before or at least have spoken to someone who’s been there, then you’ll probably have an idea of some of the night clubs, pool party scenes, restaurants, spas, and some iconic hotels that are most likely within or near to the bustling Las Vegas Strip. But if you’re reading this article, you’re probably wanting some extra pizzazz for your Vegas visit. Well, you’ve come to the right place!
In this article, we will reveal the most adventurous, thrilling, and unique things to do in Las Vegas that are sure to become highlights of your unique journey. Let’s get started!
Most people come to Las Vegas to take a breather. And part of taking this breather is to detox from frustrations. These can be stressors from work, relationships, a delayed flight, a bad night out – anything, really. In Las Vegas “rage rooms,” people from all walks of life can let off some steam while being perfectly safe. Here are some of our top picks:
Experience smashing appliances or other fragile items, throwing axes, and participating in a paint war. You can even contact them to create your own custom package.
Destroy appliances and various other objects using an arsenal of wrecking weapons like baseball bats and crowbars.
et your hands on a sledgehammer and break appliances and/or glass items. You can also try throwing various weaponry like axes, spears, and knives.
Have you ever seen bulldozers in construction sites and wondered how much fun it would be to operate such powerful machinery? Maybe you wonder how it would be like to take it for a drive, dig up mounds of earth, or maybe even smash up a car.
Well, wonder no more! Dig This is a famous attraction in Las Vegas that will allow you to live out your bulldozer dreams. You get to operate in a giant adult sandbox. And yes, you will get to smash up a car—simply sign up for their “Aggression Session.”
Ahhh Lake Las Vegas—320 acres of pristine beauty and an absolute paradise for water sports and other activities. You can mix and match various laidback or thrilling experiences. You can try out paddle boarding, kayaking, yachting and flyboarding. For a more luxurious experience, you can even try having champagne brunch on a boat. And let’s not forget the massive floating Aqua Park where you can run, bounce, climb, and slide to your heart’s content. With such a wide array of things to do, there’s something for everyone.
One common desire most of us share as a species is flight. This is why many people get excited over flying dreams or when they ride an airplane for the first time on a window seat. Although it can be frightening, so many things make it worth the while – like the stunning view, the feeling of weightlessness, and the rush of adrenaline from the speed. This is why ziplining is so popular across the globe; it mimics that feeling of flight. Fancy ziplining through Las Vegas? Here are some of our top picks:
This is the only zipline that flies across the Strip. You also get to choose from four different ways to fly.
Zipline through Bootleg Canyon. Choose from daytime, sunset, or even evening tours.
Let’s now take a step into the extreme zone. Warning: high levels of g-force up ahead – so brace yourself for these top picks of extreme things to do in Las Vegas:
Experience what it’s like to skydive without jumping off a plane. Float, fly, and free-fall in this giant wind tunnel.
Just imagine choosing from three thrill rides that are situated more than 800 feet above the ground. You can be (1) shot 160 feet up at 45 mph with “Big Shot”, (2) dangling from the side of a building at more than 900 feet above the ground, spinning with “Insanity”, and/or (3) teeter-totter on the edge at over 866 feet above the ground in a unique roller coaster called X-Scream.
This thrilling roller coaster has more than g-force to excite its passengers. You can opt to incorporate VR into your experience so you can chase aliens and monsters while you soar high above the Las Vegas Strip.
This is an open-air leap from 829 feet above the ground. You will be asked to wear a jumpsuit and harness but that doesn’t make the controlled free fall any less scary. As you land on the landing pad though, the experience (and the bragging rights) is well worth it!
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