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From the air

With some of the quietest eco-friendly helicopter fleets in the world, Maverick Helicopters offer the ultimate in luxury and comfort. Experience the impeccable beauty of Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon through non-reflective wraparound glass, as you fly on a journey experience of your choice. The Wind Dancer Air and Landing Tour takes you over the affluent Lake Las Vegas, Lake Mead, Hoover Dam and Fortification Hill, before descending through the fiery red plateaus of the Grand Canyon.

High rollers

Extravagance and glamour mark the gaming spots within the luxury hotels along the Las Vegas Strip – revered for its World Series of Poker and as the gaming capital of the world. State-of-the-art technology meets classic gameplay throughout each casino, with everything from baccarat to pai gow poker enticing the crowds. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas proffers floor-to-ceiling views of the city skyline as you play, whilst the casino at the Wynn Las Vegas & Encore is perhaps one of the most sophisticated of them all.


Music, acrobatics and comedy come together for some of the most spectacular shows in the world, including Cirque du Soleil and classic magic from Penn & Teller. From underwater tango to exhilarating dives, Le Rêve - The Dream at the Wynn Las Vegas & Encore is one of the best-performing aqua theatre productions in history. Our dedicated Concierge will ensure that you receive only the best treatment possible, from front row seats at Caesars Palace to behind-the-scenes and meet-and-greet experiences.

Natural wonder

Otherworldly in nature, the Grand Canyon is one of those places where simply standing and taking in the views is a life-altering experience. Hiking, biking and even white water rafting are just some of the ways to explore its vast terrain, but for those seeking something a little more unconventional, a revitalising HeliYoga experience offers a remarkable alternative. On behalf of Maverick Helicopters and Silent Savasana, ascend atop the Valley of Fire for a 75-minute private yoga class, before enjoying a breathtaking flight over the Las Vegas Strip.