You & Your BFF Can Take A Half-Day Tour To An Emerald Cave With This Cheap Vegas Deal
It's vacation time! Grab your best friend and hit the road. By day, you can splurge on this Las Vegas Groupon deal and by night, enjoy Sin City's nightlife. It's an affordable day trip that'll take you to an enchanting cove with the greenest, clear water ever.
The Las Vegas SUP Kayak Club is offering half-day kayaking tours for you and your friends. If you're planning a BFF trip, you can opt for the deal for two.
It's $199 or $99.50 per person if you split the cost and it includes transportation to Mandalay Bay Hotel or Hoover Dam Lodge, snacks, water, a life vest, and a single or tandem kayak.
This Emerald Cove day-trip is available seven days a week between 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
At certain times of the day, the sun hits the water perfectly, making the water appear so green that it seems too good to be true.
They say diamonds are anyone's best friend, but this spot will make you swoon over emeralds instead.
Since the promotional value expires after 120 days, you'll have up to four months to reserve your spot for the vacation of a lifetime.
Your magnificent day will include a four-mile kayaking adventure on the Colorado River where guides will also talk about the rich history of the surrounding area.
You'll start your journey at Willow Beach before heading out on the water through Black Canyon where the jade cave rests.
It's recommended that you bring a hat, sunglasses, water shoes, layers of clothing, and a swimsuit just in case you get wet. And of course, a camera!
You don't want to miss the chance of capturing this magical spot on film.
If you're craving some time with your favorite person, this affordable deal will transport you to a magical cove that's truly a sight for sore eyes.
Half-Day Kayak Trip For Two
Original Price: $284.08
Sale Price: $199 plus $15 park fee
Why You Need It: You can split the cost with your best friend and spend a day in nature.
We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.