Secret Agent Man
A just-launched Bond-themed adventure in Vegas
Everyone who plays James Bond brings their own unique personality to the task — hence the broguish charm of Sean Connery, the rugged intensity of Daniel Craig, and Timothy Dalton’s dour Timothy Dalton-ness.
Do your own take on Bond with “Secret Agent 702,” a new, adult spy-themed adventure weekend in Las Vegas, booking now.
Q’ed up by heli adventure company Papillon, Secret Agent 702 is a two-night, two-person spy-themed escapade that begins when you land at McCarran Airport.
From there, you’re limo’d to a private helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon (with a champagne brunch at the base 4000 ft. below the rim), followed by ziplining over a volcanic cinder cone at nearby Red Mountain, and on to racing in a Ferrari at 120 MPH on the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Then, the perks: a private suite at Hotel32, the boutique hotel-within-a-hotel on the top of the Monte Carlo Resort, a private seven-course tasting meal at the AAA four-diamond Andre’s at Monte Carlo, and a VIP table at the Bellagio’s The Bank Nightclub.
As for the “secret agent” part — during the first night, guests are given a package of wigs, glasses and “other special tools” to disguise themselves beyond recognition. Which is where that George Lazenby mask comes in.
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