Valley of Fire
Valley of Fire
Valley of Fire State Park Hiking/Walking Tours with Limousine
Reserve your amazing and memorable Valley of Fire State Park tour today with Scenic Las Vegas Tours! Enjoy an approximate one-hour drive in a state-of-the-art limousine coach from your hotel to the stunning park.
Your driver/guide will pick you up from your Las Vegas hotel at 8:00 AM and you will have the chance to enjoy the scenery of the Mojave Desert on your way to the park. Upon arrival to Valley of Fire, you can choose to hike or a walk in a beautiful area of the park. You will be in the area for at least 2 hours.
We will provide water for you, but you are also more than welcome to bring additional beverages (including alcohol) and snacks. You will definitely want to bring a camera and/or a phone to take your own splendid photos.
There are restrooms in the park.
At the conclusion of your excursion, your driver/guide will return you to your Las Vegas hotel.
Please remember to take only memories and photos from this stunning place and leave not a trace behind!
Valley of Fire State Park Private Tour
- 2 hours in Valley of Fire
- Bottled water provided in limousine; you are more than welcome to BYOB and/or snacks (no eating in the limousine, please)
- Your choice to walk, hike, or sightsee
- Limousine pickup from your Las Vegas hotel at 8:00 AM
- Allow 4 hours from pickup from your hotel to drop off at your hotel
- Entrance fees and permits included in the price
- Courtesy limousine transportation to and from Valley of Fire State Park for a MAX of 10 persons
Items not included
- Beverages other than bottled water
Valley of Fire is Nevada’s first designated state park and was officially established in 1935. The park consists of approximately 40,000 acres in the Mojave Desert, about an hour north of the famous Las Vegas Strip. The park has hiking trails, campgrounds, and a Visitor Center.
Valley of Fire gets its name from the amazing red sandstone formations that were formed 150 million years ago. Prehistoric tribes, such as the Basket Maker people and later the Anasazi Pueblo farmers, spent time in the park, probably hunting and gathering. There are even ancient petroglyphs located in several areas of the park!
Valley of Fire has abundant wildlife including bighorn sheep, lizards, snakes, coyote, kit fox, and the rare and protected desert tortoise. There are also numerous species of birds and many beautiful plants.