Coast-to-coast, off-road, guided island tour to get to know the best of Sal with 500cc 4×4 automatic quad bikes.
Over two hundred years ago, Nelson was named El Dorado by the Spanish miners who first settled in the area. Since then, generations of people have migrated to Nelson looking for mineral riches that have made Nevada world famous.
The Valley of Fire is a sight to behold with its bright red Aztec sandstone areas along gray and tan limestone mountains. The sandstone is said to be from the Jurassic period and is the result of the sand left behind by wind after inland seas dwindled.
If you told your friends that you spent the day at the beach gazing at teal-blue waters in Las Vegas, they’d probably think you’re crazy. After all, most people know Vegas for its hotels and desert landscape.