This small-group day tour starts with an incredibly scenic drive from Las Vegas through the beautiful high deserts, dry lakes, mountain ranges, the southern tip of Death Valley, as well as amazing Mohave Yucca and Joshua Tree forests on your way to Los Angeles and the legendary Hollywood, California.
When you hear the words Southern California you cant help but think of the beaches of Santa Monica. You can walk barefoot in the sand where the cast of Baywatch worked, and the same location where Hollywood directors filmed some of the most iconic movies and television such as Forest Gump, Iron Man and Three's Company! This is the real California - Sun, Sand and Movie Stars - this is what California is all about. That's what makes this a perfect stop for your picnic lunch! See the Bubba Gump Shrimp Company and take a stroll on the beach in the warm California sun where you can put your toes in the beautiful blue Pacific Ocean.
Next up, you will drive down the famous Rodeo Drive shopping area, Santa Monica Blvd and along the equally famous Sunset Strip, which has been the inspiration for many songs and movies. The tour continues past Beverly Hills where many of your favorite stars live. Celebrities such as Tom Cruise, Madonna, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lopez, Jack Nicholson and so many others live in the fabulous neighborhoods scattered throughout this area.
Then it's onto Hollywood! Stroll along Hollywood Boulevards Walk of Fame with the iconic stars in the pavement; find your favorite celebrity and take a picture, see the ornate Chinese and Dolby Theaters (home of the Oscars), the hand prints of the stars in concrete, the famous Roosevelt Hotel (where stars are commonly seen) and a wonderful view of the iconic Hollywood Sign from the Patio of the Kodak Theater.
Please advise of your sandwich/lunch preference in the Special Requirements field at the time of booking:
- Deluxe Turkey (cranberry sauce, stuffing and mayonnaise)
- Italian (combination of Genoa salami, capacolla and prosciutini)
- Garden salad with vinaigrette