Travel Agents

Be in it to win it!

Hannah Edensor

Insight Vacations has showed us what its got in story for agents, and today is the last day of its reveal.

We’ve taken you to Santa Barbara, Monterey, and Yosemite National Park, and now it’s time to hit Vegas, baby!

And if you’re not in the running yet, you ought to be, because no one wants to be stuck back home looking at everyone elses’ stellar snaps from the biggest famil of the year.

Day 5 – Yosemite – Las Vegas

Enjoy the scenery as you leave Yosemite National Park and until you enter the Nevadan desert landscape.

A complete change of scenery awaits you when you arrive in Las Vegas; a collection of bright lights and shopping malls, huge themed hotels of unbelievable design and the omnipresent slot machine.

Enjoy a brief orientation tour before arriving into your hotel, which  is a breath of fresh air—modern and luxurious.

Enjoy a luxurious sleep at The Cosmopolitan hotel on the Strip.

 

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Day 6

Enjoy the morning at leisure to explore Las Vegas. This afternoon, depart with your Travel Director to one of the most famous Modern Marvels, the Hoover Dam.

View the dam from the newly completed Mike O’Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge, the largest concrete arch bridge in the Western Hemisphere just completed in 2010. Stand 900 feet above the Colorado River and gaze in amazement at the largest dam of its time, that holds back the U.S.’s largest man made reservoir, Lake Mead.

Enter the base of Hoover dam on a guided tour and hear the vibrating hums of rushing water and Hydroelectric Turbines. Next, visit one of Las Vegas’ newest attractions, The Mob Museum.

This museum showcases both sides of the notorious battle between organised crime and law enforcement. With high-tech theatre presentations, iconic one-of-a-kind artifacts, and interactive exhibits, you can finally discover the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

Tonight, join your local Tour Director for a Celebration Dinner at a local restaurant.

Grand Canyon Sunset

 

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