While in Vegas, we were able to go on a tour through Roverland Tours. The company is owned by a young, married couple. They saved up money to take off work and travel the world for a year. They visited 27 countries and 6 continents. Towards the end of their trip, they decided they didn’t want to go back to their “normal” jobs and wanted to do something they loved and that they could do together. They decided that Las Vegas would be the perfect location. Roverland Tours owns three Land Rovers. The interior of the Land Rover is clean and spacious. Nicole, the co-owner and our personal tour guide, picked us up from the hotel. The location of the tour was an hour away from the hotel at “Valley of Fire.” The Rover included snacks as well as a “Roverland” water bottle that we were able to keep at the end of the tour.
Nicole told us about the Land Rover tour we would be taking while driving to “Valley of Fire.” They provide Land Rover tours in multiple locations including the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, and Red Rock Canyon. Along with Land Rover tours, they also undertake two 1.5. mile hiking tours. She told us about the company and her love from traveling and exploring.
“Valley of Fire” was established in 1934. It’s the oldest State Park in Nevada. The park is 45,000 acres. The scenery is indescribable. The rocks colors range from creams to rustic oranges and reds. Not one view was the same. The shapes and details of each skyline was breathtaking. The tour included multiple stops while in the Valley of Fire including Natural Arch, Elephant Rock, and Fire Canyon.
Roverland Tours, thank you for such a memorable experience. Pictures don’t do this tour justice. Next time we visit, a hiking trip will definitely be in the schedule