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Hoover Dam/ Lake Mead Tours

Hoover Dam Tours are fun and just a quick few hours from Lake Havasu
Hoover Dam Tours are fun and just a quick few hours from Lake Havasu
Interested in Hoover Dam tours from Las Vegas? We’ll let you in on a little secret: Las Vegas is less than three hours from Lake Havasu City and another architectural icon, the London Bridge, resides in our lovely desert resort.

Make no mistake – Hoover Dam/Lake Mead tours are certainly impressive, informative and worth every minute, but then there are the crowds and rules and don’t-touch-this and stay-away-from-that. Aren’t you on vacation to get away from it all?

Lake Havasu City has no-limits fun down to a science with more than 60 miles of navigable waterways and no restrictions on watercraft size or speed, white sandy beaches, off-road areas, Arizona hiking trails and a thriving downtown area with shopping, dining and nightlife–things you won’t find on any Hoover Dam/Lake Mead tours.

Getting there

From Las Vegas, it’s just a quick jaunt down Hwy. 95 to escape traffic, pollution and neon overload and arrive in a place of unparalleled natural beauty, with rolling hills of red rock and clear blue water that creates a paradise of scenic splendor.

As an added bonus over those Hoover Dam/Lake Mead tours, staying here until nightfall will guarantee you a front row seat to a sky so full of lights it puts Las Vegas to shame. So before you book one of those Hoover Dam tours from Las Vegas, remember how close you are to the unbridled adventure of Lake Havasu City! We’re called Arizona’s Playground for lots of good reasons.