Las Vegas as a coliving experience is quite possibly not what you might imagine it to be. Most likely you’ll find yourself based out of Downtown Las Vegas rather than the more talked about Vegas Strip, but that doesn’t mean you won’t be able to experience both in your time here. You might appreciate the quieter side of things whilst getting on with your work, and then popping to the bright lights for a louder experience.
Often known as Vegas, the strip itself has lots to offer any visitor, even a digital nomad on perhaps a smaller budget. Trips to the Grand Canyon, and the Shark Reef Aquarium, as well as hiking Red Rock Canyon and seeing Vegas from the Stratosphere are all well-known and loved activities, but they come with a bigger price tag. To balance that out, there’s the Bellagio Fountain show, the Flamingo’s Wildlife Habitat, and the Silverton Casino’s huge tropical aquarium to explore all free of charge. Whilst in the Strip be sure to try a boozy brunch, check out a show, and consumer as much as you can from an all-you-can-eat buffet. Of course, try some gambling but don’t go overboard!!! Or your budget may just explode on you.
When you’ve seen enough of these wonderful delights, take some time to explore downtown's trendy Freemont Street. Fly down on a zip line, listen to some live entertainment, and try an oversized cocktail. Seeking a bit of history? Then visit the mafia-themed Mob Museum located in the former courthouse. Prefer more art? Then you’ll be delighted to discover First Friday. This is downtown’s art scene where you can see displays and exhibits from local artists. But that’s not all, every September they play host to the ‘Life is Beautiful’ music and arts festival.
Be aware, Vegas can be extremely hot, and often very pricey, but you’ll never struggle with findings things to do. Travel is made easy with the Monorail, and bus system. It’s a unique coliving experience for any nomads, who thrive on a high-octane kind of life.
Fun facts about Las Vegas:
- When you head to the Strip, you actually leave the city limits of Las Vegas
- Las Vegas plays hosts to over 22,000 conventions per year
- Any astronaut can tell you where Vegas is on Earth, because of its millions of lights
- They only get four inches of rainfall a year!