Area 51 Tours
Before we leave Las Vegas we visit the airline that doesn't exist. Hidden in plain site is JANET Airlines, smack in the middle of Las Vegas on the international airport property. This fleet of six unmarked commercial jetliners fly hundreds of workers daily to and from Area 51, the incredible top secret airbase on Groom Lake that for decades, it too, didn't exist. The route to Area 51 is through some of the most desolate, uninhabited and incredibly scenic desert in the world. On the edge of an ancient dry lake we view very unusual Indian Petroglyphs that resemble aliens; we then explore this mysterious dry lake where recent sightings of UFO's have been observed. After another beautiful drive along the "Extraterrestrial Highway" we arrive at the famous Little A'le' Inn. This location has been the host of numerous documentaries and movies including Independence Day.
Here you will find a wealth of information and souvenirs on this top-secret area. Captain Chuck Clark, an ex-air force captain, has written a manual on Area 51, which is also available for purchase. After a great Alien Burger at the Little A'le' Inn we journey to the infamous Black Mailbox, a sacred meeting place for UFO enthusiasts. We arrive at the absolute perimeter of Area 51 through a strange and unexplained "mutant" Joshua tree forest where the guards ("The Men In Black") forever stand watch along with detection devices, listening devices and cameras mounted among the cactus. The signs read, "Top Secret Military Facility, Keep Out, Use of Deadly force Authorized" and I'm sure they mean it. You can wave at the heavily armed guards in the 4x4 parked on the desert hillside but they don't wave back. They just wait and watch from behind their darkened windows.
It's very spooky. As much as the United States government has denied the existence of this base, we know it is there but no one knows what it is they do there.
This is an extreme tour to the world's most top secret military facility, the real home of the "X files".
Professional, Courteous "Certified Interpretive Guides"