This tour starts with direct hotel pickup from your Las Vegas hotel
Drive straight to the Hoover Dam
Your MaxTour tour guide will take you on a guided walk across the top of the dam
A Hoover Dam tour guide will take you on a guided tour of the power plant inside the dam
Take a stroll through the Hoover Dam Visitor Center
Next Stop: The Second Highest Bridge In The United States for a Sweeping View of the face of the Hoover Dam and Lake Mead
If time allows, your guide will show you some of their favorite bonus stops in the area.
Get dropped off back at your Las Vegas Hotel between 1-2 PM
Yes of course! There’s no children's price, but any children aged 5 and older are welcome to enjoy the ride at the full rate. And just let us know if you need a booster seat and we can arrange it at no extra cost.
We pick up from all hotels within 2 miles of the Las Vegas Strip and Downtown Las Vegas.
Pick-ups are from 7:15-8:00 AM and drop-offs are usually from 1:00 and 2:00 PM for the morning departure, and for the noon departure, pick-ups are from 11:15-12:00, and drop-offs are usually between 5-6 PM.
Yes! This tour includes a full tour of the inside of the Hoover Dam, including the powerplant.
All of our tours are conducted on 15 seat passenger vans.
Yes! As long as you are staying at a hotel within 2 miles of the Las Vegas strip or Downtown Las Vegas, you will be picked up directly from your hotel. We will email you the day before your tour to arrange the exact time and place you will be picked up.
At most we go 1 hour without access to a restroom.
Unfortunately there isn't room on our small group tour vans to bring a wheelchair.
This tour stops at the Welcome to Las Vegas Sign, Seven Magic Mountains, the Hoover Dam, and the Grand Canyon – it also includes our signature bonus stops, where our guides will introduce you to some hidden gems that only locals know about.
Major stops include the Welcome to Las Vegas Sign, Seven Magic Mountains, a walking tour across the Hoover Dam, and the Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge for sweeping views of the face of the Hoover Dam.