Sunday, May 25, 2014

VooDoo ZipLine Grand Opening Event

The VooDoo ZipLine connects the two towers of the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino Las Vegas. It begins on the patio of VooDoo Steakhouse on the 50th floor of the Masquerade Tower and soars towards the Ipanema Tower.


The VooDoo ZipLine Grand Opening was hosted by UFC announcer Bruce "It's time!" Buffer Sunday, May 25. He was the first to ride the ZipLine and announced the ride's official opening from 500 feet above ground.

Local residents and tourists showed up today to experience this one of a kind zip line. Some tourists came from far away just for the ride, like Van Kim. He heard about the grand opening and came from Phoenix to be one of the first to ride the VooDoo ZipLine.

The VooDoo ZipLine connects the two towers of the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino Las Vegas. It begins on the patio of VooDoo Steakhouse on the 50th floor of the Masquerade Tower and soars towards the Ipanema Tower. Riders are then propelled at speeds of up to 33 miles per hour from the adjoining 20-story Ipanema Tower and travel backwards to the Masquerade Tower

VooDoo ZipLine opens to the public from noon to midnight Monday through Thursday and 10 a.m. to midnight Friday through Sunday. Pricing is officially listed at $24.99 per person from noon to 5:30 p.m. and $37 from 5:30 p.m. to midnight. That pricing does not include tax and service fees. You'll need to be 21 or older to fly after 8:30 pm. You can wait somewhere else for your ride, you will receive an alert on your cell phone when your reservation is ready.
                                                           
VooDoo Zip Line
3700 W. Flamingo Rd. 
Las Vegas, NV 89103
Tickets can be purchased online  at  VooDooZipLine.com, at Rio Box office or
by phone: 702 388-0477 and 866 746-7671.

Videos:
Bruce Buffer
Van Kim 
March 10, some of the final tests  

Note:  Worth visiting the VooDoo Steak & Lounge. It is an absolutely beautiful the view of the Las Vegas. Even the view from the elevator has a breathtaking view
Note:

Macumba
Macumba developed in Brazil amongst the slave community which was brought to Brazil from Africa between the 16th and 18th centuries. 
Macumba is a religion It has nothing to do with voodoo or black magic but is a religion whose objective is to improve the living conditions of its adherents by teaching them to live in harmony with their surroundings. Like in Feng Shui, it focuses in maintain a balance between the yin and yang elements in our lives. Fewer may know that these concepts play an important role in Macumba, the religion of Brazil. more: http://www.fengshuifoundation.com/resources/macumba.htm



Location: Las Vegas Las Vegas, NV, USA