Las Vegas Tour : Maverick Morning Breakfast Ride

There are many tours that cover some of the major parts of the United States that are high tourism hotbeds and are related to the city of Las Vegas by close geographical distance, but these are not all of the tours that you will find inside the city. The fact of the matter is that there are many other tours as well that you can find if you look in the right places and one of the most underrated tours available in Las Vegas along those lines absolutely has to be the Maverick Morning Breakfast Ride. If you are the type of person that likes horseback riding or would enjoy learning how to ride a horse and if you are the type of person that doesn’t mind getting up early in the morning to see something spectacular as a result, this is most definitely the tour for you.

The day starts at 8:00 AM when people are taken from the Las Vegas Strip and travel to the ranch where the tour begins. This ranch travel will be done in air-conditioned style, allowing you the chance to listen to the guide that accompanies you to the ranch in comfort without having to worry about boiling on the drive staying inside an automobile. Once you get to the ranch, your day as a cowboy begins when you are treated to a breakfast in grand Wild West style. It includes flapjacks, eggs, sausage, bacon, ham, toast and hash browns as well as coffee and orange juice to wash everything down. You might even need a few minutes to rest and relax once you have chewed through what would for most people be a much larger than normal breakfast. If the excellent breakfast were not enough, while you are dining on excellence at the ranch you have a spectacular view of all of the mountains surrounding you which by itself would almost be worth the entire price of the trip.

The fun is just getting started then however, as you will then be assigned a number of wranglers that double as guides for the surrounding trails. They will be responsible for getting you saddled up to the horses. All of the horses are extremely friendly, meaning that even if you have never ridden a horse in your life, you will be able to ride one right now. These horses will be your transportation as you take a tour of the Red Rock Canyon , hearing stories about how some of these same trails were secrets of the bandits in the old West.

Make sure you bring a camera for this part of the tour as it will allow you to take snapshots of road runners, rabbits, sheep with big horns and everything else you know about from the old West stories. All in all, this trip will run you about $129.99 and will take about five hours. One of its biggest advantages is that it is available 363 days a year (with the exceptions of Thanksgiving and Christmas), allowing you to easily fit it in with any Las Vegas visit.