Reasons to Visit Las Vegas in the Summer


After spending most of the winter indoors, American travelers are starting to get a jumpstart on summer vacation plans. Luckily, with most of the travel restrictions lifted, the options are abundant once again. 

One of the most popular places to visit for individuals, couples and groups is Las Vegas. From the 5-star restaurants to the casinos to the wide array of shows, Las Vegas is a destination where there truly is something for everyone. 

Here are a few reasons to visit Las Vegas during the summer months. Read on! 

More Fun and Leisure 

Las Vegas is in the heart of the desert which means it gets really hot during the day and relatively cool at night. The heat can be deceiving though as the air is much less humid than places like Florida. The heat becomes secondary as you can enjoy your days at the hotel pool or stay cool at the casinos. 

For a more family-friendly atmosphere, you can visit the Desert Breeze Aquatic Facility, an indoor pool with 18 lanes. It also has an outdoor water park for all-day-long fun, making it a perfect choice for families and friends. 

For some more fun in Las Vegas, consider these things to do;

  • Adventuredome Theme Park
  • Aliante Golf Course
  • Visit the Bellagio’s dancing water fountain
  • High roller (largest Ferris wheel in Nevada and tallest in the world)  
  • Smith Center for the Performing Arts
  • Big Bus Tours
  • Discovery Children’s Museum

Adventure Activities 

Las Vegas is most known for ‘The Strip’ and its casinos but, for the adventurous type, it has so much more to offer. If you are an adventure enthusiast, head to the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay to get close to piranhas, sharks, sea turtles, giant rays, golden crocodiles, and other marine species. 

Likewise, go to Planet Hollywood and explore the Flow Rider to take water fun to the whole next level. It allows visitors to test their surfing skills on a comfortable, adventurous, controlled, continuous wave. 

Additionally, many visitors head outside of Las Vegas to explore the Black Canyon wildlife by kayak or check out the breathtaking Grand Canyon! 


Unlike many other cities in the United States, Las Vegas can be very affordable and welcoming to various budgets. Las Vegas has more than 150,000 hotel rooms, offering something to everyone based on their needs and preferences. 

Although the five-star hotels are commonly raved about, you’ll find more affordable hotels to be really nice as well. The care and attention at most hotels will allow you to enjoy your getaway even more. 

You can find incredible summer deals on hotels, events, shows, excursions and more. At Superior Cruise & Travel, a KROZ Company, we are able to pass on exclusive discounts to our clients. Give us a call at (800) 992-8064 to discuss your options with an experienced travel agent. 

Have We Convinced You Yet?

Every year, we help hundreds of vacationers plan and book their trip to Las Vegas. From flexible choices to the best discounts available, let Superior Cruise & Travel, a KROZ Company, give you the peace of mind to make your trip a more enjoyable one! Contact us to get started.

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