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Valley of Fire Hiking Tour from Las Vegas
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Valley of Fire Rd, Overton, NV 89040
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Valley of Fire and Red Rock Canyon Day Tour from Las Vegas

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J.N.S. Just Never Stop Tour Company LLC. best tour experience in Las Vegas Nevada. <br>We offer unique, unforgettable day tour experience for the best price! <br>Small group tour maximum occupancy 13 passenger, with the professional educated tour guide. <br><br>We have two options tour every day.<br><br>- Antelope Canyon or Pekk-a-Boo Canyon and Horseshoe Bend and Glen Canyon dam and Glen Canyon overlook one day day tour 14 hours.<br><br> - Valley of Fire State Park and Red Rock Canyon one day tour 8 hours. <br>(No other company offer thats why we are special.) <br><br>Just book the tour and enjoy the JNS professional hospitality. <br><br>Be safe and we hope see you soon! <br><br>Motto: JNS Just Never Stop...Traveling...Dreaming....<br><br>Social media / Instagram : j.n.s.tour / Facebook: JNS Just Never Stop Tour Company
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radx4 wrote a review Nov 2020
Ellicott City, Maryland1,995 contributions222 helpful votes
We stopped at the Fire Wave in the Valley of Fire State Park on a drive from Las Vegas to Southern Utah. The park is about an hour from Las Vegas. The hike out to the Fire Wave itself is actually not that long and fairly easy. The Fire Wave is a Sandstone rock formation with interesting striped layers. It makes for some nice pictures, and driving through the park provides for interesting scenery. Although the Fire Wave isn't quite as spectacular as other rock formations in Utah and Arizona, such as The Wave, it's a fun hike and relatively easy to access. Part of the hike is through sand, but it's not too strenuous. I would recommend stopping to anyone with some extra time and an enjoyment of natural beauty.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Lori G wrote a review Oct 2020
Lumberton, Texas334 contributions172 helpful votes
I loved this trail. The colors in the rocks are amazing. It gets hot so wear a hat and bring water. It's a $10 entry to get into the park and you need exact change during the COVID stuff.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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annekabjorkeson wrote a review Sep 2020
Boston, Massachusetts486 contributions432 helpful votes
This spot is unreal, it feels like you're on a different planet. Well worth the short hike in the blazing sun.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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A Joe I wrote a review Jul 2020
Las Vegas, Nevada364 contributions976 helpful votes
Be sure to have a lot of battery life in your camera because this is shot, shot, shot. If these are the Waves in Kanab, you must pay $5 and enter a lottery, as only 30 people are allowed each day.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Travel75_12 wrote a review Apr 2020
Fremont, California351 contributions121 helpful votes
One of the best hiking trails one could ever take. The 1.5 mile round trip excursion was well worth the time. The scenery is beyond jaw dropping.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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