6 Things You Simply Can’t Miss When in Vegas

 

A trip to Las Vegas can be entertainment overload. With malls, casinos and culinary galore, entertainment is around every single corner.  With so much to do in so little time, here are some sights and activities you must ask your agent at Trade Show Travel Co. to put on your agenda!

1.   Bellagio Fountains

You can’t miss the absolutely gorgeous fountains on the Vegas Strip. Before you step into the Bellagio for a game of high-stakes, stop to enjoy the massive fountain displaying and intricate light and water show. With choreographed water works erupting every 15-30 minutes, the fountains are a mesmerizing sight you have to take in!

2.   Gambling

With the option to put your money on poker, craps and blackjack – Las Vegas is a gaming heaven! With luxurious casinos in Caesars Palace, the Flamingo Casino, Bellagio casino and others alike, the gaming rooms are gorgeously architecture with character and excitement. Choose to play with high-rollers or solo o the slot machines – Vegas is a dream come true for the daring.

3.   Cirque De Soleil

An evening at the Circus of the Sun will stun you with its entertainment brilliance. With acrobatic feats performed with exquisite artistry, the acts are inspired by various cultural and natural elements. Each show is unique with its combination of costume, technology and art and is an absolute must for every visitor, and a one of a kind experience!

4.   Neon Museum

With 2-acres spread out with 200 pieces of the old Vegas, the Neon Museum offers a guide into the old Vegas and its transition into today’s bright lit city. The walks are led by guides who detail Vegas’s history and pitch in excerpts about iconic landmarks like the Caesars Palace, Stardust and Golden Nugget. You can choose between a day tour and night tour, and purchase combo tickets to visit other museums too!

5.   Giant Drinks

For those looking for a great buzz or a sugar-rush, Las Vegas specializes in serving some of the best giant cocktails and milkshakes beyond the traditional servings. Garnishing them with ice cream, dry ice, creativity and tons of straws, this group effort can be exerted at the VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub & Lounge, The Dorsey, Fiddlestix and many other places depending on your mood.

6.   Hoover Dam Tours

Highly recommended by the locals, a trip to the Hoover Dam is an informative and great way to spend your morning. The standard tours take you around the power plan and lesser knows passages, the Top to Bottom Combo takes you on a five hour tour around the facility ending with a raft ride, the Awesome Adventures is a great bike ride around the area, and the Twilight Tour is a treat in a limousine and an evening in the Las Vegas skies – all depending on how much you want to splurge!

Head onto the Trade Show Travel Co., and plan a great trip with an itinerary of your choice – it’s stress free vacation planning guaranteed.

 

 

How to Save Up For a World Tour

 

Traveling on a world tour is an absolute dream come true for many! Traipsing around the world, one city at a time, continent-hopping – it’s so exciting.

Don’t let your bank balance jade your enthusiasm. It’s definitely possible to book a world tour if you plan ahead and save smartly. After all, it is an investment in life experiences. Here are some tips to help you save up for your dream tour.

Planning

Check out blogs and personal reviews on world tours. It takes quite some planning to budget time around your work or school schedule.

You should get a tentative cost on travel insurance, visas, flights, local travel, accommodation, sightseeing, cruises and local tours, cuisine, and even shopping. This may take time, so start planning at least four months prior to when you plan on touring.

On the trip itself, you can choose cheap hostels,  Air B&Bs, Discounted Travel packages, and choose to walk instead of taking public transport. Maybe splurge only in cities that are your favorites.

Ruthless Budgeting

Prior to the trip, you have to become financially responsible. It’s time to cash in the promotional emails and loyalty programs!

Budget your monthly expenditures and see where you can cut corners to save. One way to do that is to track your spending – keep your receipts and be vigilant with your bank statements.

Try to cut down unnecessary expenditures. Cook instead of eating out, walk instead of taking transport, do workouts at home instead of paying for a gym membership. You could also cut down on shopping for miscellaneous things and save that for the trip! There are many things you can do to trim the expense fat.

For instance, be careful with utilities. Turn the gas and electricity off when you’re not home – it makes a big difference.

Make More Money

Taking up an extra shift at work or do some freelance work in your free time. You can continue earning on your trip, too, if your work is based online!

Sell old clothes, books, gadgets that you don’t use anymore – it won’t be much, but it can still make a difference in the overall financial picture.

If you have an extra room at home, rent it out on Air B&B – that’s good cash!

Finding the Right Tour Company

Tourism companies offer packages for students, families, corporations and groups. Do your research on companies that promise you a great time and offer concessions on meals and accommodation. Finding a traveling company that fits your budget is the most important step.

Check out Trade Show Travel Co.! They’re great with packages, discounts, and guarantee you a great vacation! Get in touch with us here to get a quote on your world tour plans!