My husband and I paid the exorbitant price to rid step atvs in the Vegas desert. Boy, were we disappointed. What was touted a a " tour" ended up being a 45 minute van ride from our hotel, down the freeway, with local interests pointed out by the driver. "to your right is the world's largest furniture mart...also over your right shoulder is the Vegas NASCAR track and drag strip...". When we finally got to the sight, we had to sign all sorts of legal waivers stating that we would not hot dog or fish tail the atvs. Any misconduct with destruction of the vehicle would create an automatic fine. Finally, we were fitted with helmets, instructed upon the porta John locations and led off into the sands by our van driver. After a few laps, he separated us into beginners and advanced riders. The beginners were given another lead who led them down a straight trail and in a few circles. The advanced riders were given the opportunity to put their vehicles through some fast paced S curves and in bowls. We thought these maneuvers we performed to judge our ability to ride the vehicles on a tour thru the desert. WRONG!! This is all we did for four hours with the exception of going up and down a few hills. We never left the camp site. After our ride, we were treated to a mundane bagged lunch from subway. Thereafter, we were loaded back up in the van to take an alternate way back to Vegas. On our way back, we did stop to look at the Indian camps and hieroglyphics. The highlight was stopping to by non taxable items from a convenience store on the indian reservation. In my opinion, the "tour" or " ride" was not worth the hundreds of dollars we paid!!