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Planning a Family Holiday… To Las Vegas

March 4, 2019

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For those wanting to experience the thrills and spills of the USA, then you may want to discover Las Vegas.

Las Vegas can be an exciting destination for your family, no matter how old your children may be. There are plenty of family-orientated, age-appropriate things to be found in the City of Lights, so there really is nothing to worry about if you’re itching to choose it as your next holiday destination.

To see what you should include in your itinerary when you head to Las Vegas on a family holiday, make sure to read on.

Las Vegas family holiday itinerary

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Travel in style

Due to their age, your kids won’t be able to indulge in everything that Vegas has to offer. This just means that you have to go above and beyond to ensure that they get as much out of the trip as possible. One way to do this right off the bat is to make sure that you travel there in style.

There are plenty of ways to make your way into the city in a glitzy, memorable fashion, the best being to take a private jet Las Vegas. By chartering a flight, your children will be able to enjoy a once in a lifetime experience as well as all the onboard amenities found on the plane of your choosing.

Stay off the strip

The infamous Las Vegas Strip is one of the most famous things about the city, but you should avoid it at all costs on your family holiday. You should do so, quite simply, because a lot of what you will come across as you walk down the stretch of road is not at all appropriate for children. You’ll also avoid the hordes of people the flock to the strip day and night, which will only protect your kids further.

Chances are, if you decide to book accommodation that is away from the strip, you will find yourself a much better deal price wise. There is a silver lining, then!

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Go during the week

If you can, book the majority of your holiday in Vegas to fall during the week. By doing so, you will, again, stand a better chance of avoiding the noise and the crowds generated by the people that flock to Las Vegas from all the over the world to party.

Find alternative forms of fun

In order to ensure that your kids do not get bored during their stay in Vegas, you should make sure to check out these alternative forms of fun:

  • Adventuredome Theme Park
  • Bellagio Conservatory
  • Shark Reef Aquarium
  • High Roller Observation Wheel
  • Gondola Ride at The Venetian
  • The Eiffel Tower Experience
  • Madame Tussauds
  • The Big Apple Coaster
  • The Wildlife Habitat

The City of Lights may be a Mecca for all things hedonistic and glitzy, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a family holiday there. Take the above advice, and your whole family will be able to enjoy an age-appropriate and fantastically fun time in Las Vegas.

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