2020 was the year of canceled plans and postponed vacations; however, in 2021, people are more enthusiastic to make the most of spring break. Take this time out to relax and have some fun.
Las Vegas is the first place that springs to mind when it comes to fun and adventure. This city has so much to offer, from casinos to bars and nightclubs. Casinos and nightclubs have adapted to the new normal and have found ways to offer guests a safe, yet amazing experience.
If you’re planning to spend spring break in Las Vegas, here are some dos and don’ts for you:
Do explore the rest of the city
While Las Vegas is known for its popular Vegas Strip, there’s a lot more to this city. There are many other tourist and non-tourist attractions to visit like museums, mountains, observation towers, etc. You can visit the Grand Canyon to take a break from the bright lights of Vegas, or even cruise down the Colorado River. If you’re looking for a location similar to Grand Canyon, take a trip to Red Rock Canyon too.
The stunning Bellagio fountains are a sight you cannot miss and it’s free! The water, music, and light show runs every half hour during the day and every fifteen minutes in the evenings.
Don’t spend all your money in the casino
Gambling can be addictive, particularly if you’re winning. Most gambling enthusiasts visit Vegas in the hope of winning a lot of money. That greed for money can take you down. You end up taking more risks and eventually losing all the money you made. You must have heard the phrase “the house always wins.” Make sure you don’t waste all your money at the casinos here. Only use a sum that you are willing to lose.
Do rent a car for convenience
Instead of trying to hail cabs or using other modes of public transport, rent a car when visiting Las Vegas. It’s the most convenient way to get around the city. You don’t have to worry about missing the bus or waiting at stops either. If you’re traveling from Los Angeles to Las Vegas, book a luxury vehicle and make a fun road trip out of your spring break. There are many fun things to do along this 3-hour journey.
Don’t bend your cards at the blackjack table
The moment a guest sits down at a table game in Las Vegas, security is watching them. Security cameras cover every area of the casino and you can be sure that there are security personnel watching your every move. Whether you’re playing poker or blackjack, adhere to the rules of the game. Don’t do anything that can be construed as cheating, like bending the cards.
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