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Old December 7th, 2009, 09:57 AM
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Vegas Bachelor Party Off Road Ideas?

In January, I'm going to Vegas for my little brother's bachelor party.

Anyone know of any outfits that will guide a 4x4, buggy, ATV tour that has some fun to it? Maybe some shooting as an option too?

In his words from an email: "Dont give a S about the girls or booze or gambling. Want to go fast." I've done the Vegas b-party thing before and it's fun going out to the clubs but much rather get some other thrills in.

I'm sure some of you are thinking why not Moab or some other place but we've got the hotel booked and he really wanted to do Vegas.

Any ideas would really be appreciated. Thanks!
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Old December 7th, 2009, 11:56 AM
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http://www.alllasvegastours.com/Off-...qQ&aid=ltg1042
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Old December 7th, 2009, 12:20 PM
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There are several places that do "Jeep" tours, but they seem to mostly be a ride along more than a get out and have fun sort of trip. There are ATV tours take you out in the desert and let you ride for a certain length of time. I have seen lots of guys loaded into shuttle vans going out and doing the same thing you are talking about.

I would be happy to call around locally if you need some feet on the ground to check something out.
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There are also some gun shops in Vegas that let you shoot automatic weapons.
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we went through these guys a few years ago for a bachelor party: http://sunbuggy.net/Las_Vegas/index.php
we just did one of the dune buggy guided tour trips. can't remember which one specifically, but basically took a shuttle van out, got in the buggies, bombed around the desert for a couple hours and came back. it was a ton of fun.
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We did Dune Buggies with this company when there at a Bach Party, awesome, by the end of the day , we couldn't care less about the LADIES of Night *LOL*


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we went through these guys a few years ago for a bachelor party: http://sunbuggy.net/Las_Vegas/index.php
we just did one of the dune buggy guided tour trips. can't remember which one specifically, but basically took a shuttle van out, got in the buggies, bombed around the desert for a couple hours and came back. it was a ton of fun.
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Thanks for all the info everyone. That Sunbuggy place Robbie and Gustavo mentioned looks like it has a lot of options. Lee - thanks for the page - I'll call those guys up too.

Craig - thanks - I'll check some local listings for gun ranges and suppliers

Paul - once I get something more concrete I might hit you up for the fee on the ground check-out.
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No problem.
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