For centuries, people have debated about the existence of aliens. There are some who believe that we are alone in the universe and that reported alien sightings are nothing but hoaxes. Even government agencies say that extraterrestrial beings do not exist. Despite all these, there are still believers who are convinced that we have neighbors living in distant planets and galaxies, and that they sometimes come to pay the Earth a visit. These people also assert that the government is covering up the existence of aliens because of hidden motives like monopolizing alien technology.
Taking sides in this age-long argument can be very confusing because both sides present a strong argument. In cases like these, the best thing to do is to find answers for yourself by joining our Las Vegas Area 51 tour.
What happens during the tour?
Our UFO hunting journey begins at our pick-up location on the Gold Coast back parking lot. We meet our guests 1.5 hours before sunset, and as sunset times varies throughout the year in Las Vegas, guests will be informed of the updated departure daily times through our website Planetxv.com.
Next, our guests will be transported to the main observation site on a luxurious limo. The ride does not exceed 1.5 hours, and to ensure that our guests are comfortable, there will be restroom stops along the way. During the duration of the ride, guests will be educated about the area’s top secret history and its geographical highlights. Videos will be shown on a built-in TV.
There are actually two main event locations on our tour. From Sundays to Thursdays, the observation site may be on a dry lake or on top of Mt. Charleston. It depends entirely on weather conditions. Meanwhile, from Fridays to Saturdays, we take our guests to a site near Mercury, Nevada. Because of the varying distances of the locations, weekdays and weekend prices vary slightly with the Mercury site tour being the priciest as it is the farthest location.
The actual UFO hunting begins at dusk. Our guests are given night vision goggles for sky observation. They are also able to monitor activities on the night sky via live feed transmission to a monitor available inside the comfortable coach. The observation lasts for approximately two hours. This two-hour window after sunset is the best time to go for UFO hunting due to the sun’s right angle relative position to the zenith. Astronomical insights will be provided for those who are curious and scientifically inclined.
Once the hunting is over, guests are taken to the Gold Coast Hotel on the same limo that brought them to the site. Again, the ride does not last more than 1.5 hours and guests will have a restroom stop before reaching their final destination.