Ready to experience Sin City like a secret agent?
The Papillon Group in Las Vegas now offers couples a chance to do so thanks to the Secret Agent 702 Tour.
"702 is the are code for Las Vegas," said Robert Graff, vice president of marketing for Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters. "I thought, what better city to pull off an amazing agent experience where you can be a spy for a day than Las Vegas?"
The James Bond-inspired tour begins with a limousine picking you and your partner up from the McCarran International Airport off of the Las Vegas strip. The limo ride includes two martinis-- shaken not stirred, of course.
The limo then takes you to your private suite on the 32nd floor of the Monte Carlo Hotel and Casino, also known as "Hotel 32." Once you settle in to your room for the night, you're delivered a bag of disguises, which includes a wig, a mustache, and even some handcuffs.
What people do with these items is strictly up to the guests, but we can assume they could come in handy for eliciting state secrets.
At 5am the next morning, the limo brings you back to the airport for a private helicopter ride to the bottom of the Grand Canyon for a champagne picnic. From there, you're taken to Boulder City, Nev. where you get a chance to zip line above breathtaking canyons, courtesy of Flightlinez.
The tour continues with a visit to Dream Racing Las Vegas to test drive some high-octane Ferraris. And to end the adventurous day, a seven-course dinner awaits at Andre's inside of the Monte Carlo, followed by drinks at your own private table courtesy of the Bank Nightclub inside of the Bellagio.
The cost for this adventure-- $6,800.
"You've got everything taken care of, everything in a controlled setting," said Graff. "You tell me how you can pack all of this in a one-day and night experience?"
But unlike the Bond films, living the good lifestyle must come to an end at some point. Sadly, the "Secret Agent 702 Tour" wraps up in February.
Pete Griffin is part of the Junior Reporter program at Fox News. Get more information on the program here.