Top Craziest Things To Do In Vegas

14 Apr 2011

There are lots of interesting things you can do in Vegas besides gambling and getting hitched. Below we are describing some of the craziest things you can do there. Of course the list if not complete, and we will be looking for some new crazy spots in future.

Dinner in the Sky

If you want to have an amazing experience in Vegas and you are looking for something more than a casino, show or shopping you might try to have a dinner in the sky. Imagine you and 21 friend of yours fastened to the chairs sitting at a table at 160 feet in the air. You have the view, you have the treats and the drinks and you even have two chefs preparing and serving the food right for you.

Diving with sharks

In case you are looking for a thrilling fun with lots of adrenaline in Vegas, go for the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay. The aquarium is devoted to exotic animals and predators of the sea. You will be able to scuba dive with sharks, sawfish and turtles. Do not miss the chance to dive with over 30 various types of sharks.

Play golf with a sexy caddie

All golf players and amateurs will surely love to play golf at Rio Secco Golf Club. Why is that? Because all players are carted around by sexy ladies when playing golf. So, if you would like to have this kind of a treat – write down the name of the club. The name of the service is T-Mate, and you will surely remember this for a long time.

Party at the pool

Think pool parties are boring activities? How about going to a high-class pool party open only for topless guests? You can choose from several well-known destinations and party until dawn. Moreover, casino players will love the chance to play blackjack at pools – which in known as multitasking in Vegas. And try not to forget that “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas”.

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