It’s true, mostly, that Vegas is a Disneyland for adults, not children. However, there’s actually more entertainment for the kids, and the entire family than you might think. At MaxTour, we know that a surprising number of guests visiting Las Vegas don’t come to gamble, and often find themselves in search of other fun and

We are open and on the road leading travelers to the amazing wonders of the desert southwest, and nothing could make us happier. Some things have changed while we have been gone, read more below. Antelope Canyon The Navajo Nation has ordered that all tribal parks, including Antelope Canyon, be closed since March 14th. They

Is Horseshoe Bend Part of the Grand Canyon? A look at two of the most iconic geological features of the west As observed from above, The Grand Canyon and Horseshoe Bend share much the same story; thousands of feet of solid, desert rock-cut and shaped by the mighty Colorado River over millions of years. The

Circa Las Vegas Will Have the Largest Pool Amphitheater in the World On October 28th, Las Vegas history will be made when America’s largest pool amphitheater opens up in Downtown Las Vegas. When adults-only resort Circa Las Vegas opens, it will become the new shining beacon of downtown Las Vegas, exceeding all expectations of a

What’s the Cheapest Way to Visit Antelope Canyon? Antelope Canyon is as stunning as it is expensive. Budget travelers and backpackers from around the world will want to check off a hike through Upper or Lower Antelope Canyon on a trip to the southwest United States, but doing so without blowing their travel budget can

5 Amazing Facts about the Grand Canyon 2019 was an important year at the Grand Canyon, they celebrated 100 years since becoming a national park! Being one of the United States’ oldest and most spectacular national parks, the Grand Canyon has some crazy facts.  For example… 1.  There are lizards that shoot blood from their