Thursday, 9 August 2012 8:07 AM
A new holiday package, which gives travellers a chance to live like a spy, is launching in Las Vegas.
The Secret Agent 702 experience aims to transform mild-mannered Las Vegas visitors into sexy spies that can soar through the skies via helicopter, take to the road in sports cars and fly through the air at 3,800 feet on cable ziplines.
Wined and dined in style, agents then finish the night dining and drinking in some of Las Vegas’ most exclusive private settings.
Highlights over the three day trip include accelerating to 60 miles per hour in 3.5 seconds in a track-ready Ferrari F430 GT during the dream racing, a private helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon and entry to the Bank Nightclub at Bellagio Resort & Casino - the Light Group’s most exclusive venue.
Las Vegas is no stranger to unusual themed holidays - in January the world's first 'Gun Lounge' opened in the city, giving travellers the chance to shoot a range automatic weapons. The quirky idea has since proved so popular with Brits, that the Gun Lounge was inspired to launch a special British SAS package in March.
Secret Agent 702 will be available from August 6th through to December 30, 2012. It costs around $6,800 for two agents.
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