Located in the desert, Las Vegas is the starting point for many interesting excursions in a hire car from TUI Cars. Trips to the famous Hoover Dam and the iconic Grand Canyon are very popular. From the Grand Canyon viewing platform you have a unique view over the legendary landscape. Especially in the early evening, when the sun bathes the red rock layers in a mystical light, the mood in the national park is breath-taking.
By hire car from Las Vegas the driving time is about 6 hours for the 450-kilometre route to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park. A slightly shorter tour will take you to the famous Skywalk on the Grand Canyon West Rim just 200 km from Las Vegas.
Honeymoon in a hire car: Las Vegas and the Little White Wedding Chapel
In the land of endless possibilities celebrate your wedding with Elvis and Mickey Mouse as witnesses - in Las Vegas, where dreams come true.
The famous Little White Chapel in Las Vegas is the goal of many wedding couples marrying spontaneously or after long term planning. Because of the volume of couples coming to get married from all over the world, in the meantime, there are many more white chapels to choose from.
Hire a luxury cabriolet for the most important day of your life and celebrate your wedding in the streets of Las Vegas. Don’t forget the "just married" sign on the car, and have it decorated with flowers.
Excursions in a hire car: from Las Vegas to Death Valley
The dried salt lakes of the Mojave Desert are among the most hostile areas in the world. Hardly any rain, plus temperatures of over 50 °C - if you drive to Death Valley in a hire car, you have to adjust to extreme conditions.
Visitors are rewarded with breath-taking views. The slopes of the Black Mountains, which can be seen from Dante's View and Artist's palette, glow in the morning sun. From the car rental office in Las Vegas you can drive to Death Valley in about 2 hours. The most beautiful route by car is Artist’s Drive. From here you can also reach Badwater Basin, the lowest elevation in America at 85 metres below sea level.