Things to do in Nevada

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Nevada Travel

Nevada travel is far from typical. Imagine hitting the Vegas casinos one day and quietly taking in stunning desert scenery the next, and you’ll start to understand the Silver State’s appeal. This guide shows you Nevada’s unique attractions and activities, explains how to get around the state, and helps you find Nevada travel deals on hotels and flights. You’ll also get feature articles on Nevada travel in newspapers and magazines, and advice from other travelers.

Things to do in Nevada

If you’d like your Nevada getaway to have some variety, you’re in luck. Few states can match the mix of bright lights and stark desert landscapes. Start piecing together a personalized Nevada vacation by using the sites in this section.

Dulcinea's Insight

  • If you’re heading to Las Vegas but still want to take in Nevada’s enviable topography, consider a side trip to Lake Mead, the largest manmade lake in the Western Hemisphere. Just 30 miles from the gambling hot spot, Lake Mead sits at the junction of three deserts (the Mojave, the Great Basin and the Sonoran), and has a variety of plant and animal species.

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Nevada Transportation

Cruise by car through the dusty Nevada desert, or hop on a cheap flight for a weekend in Reno. Wherever you want to go in Nevada, the sites in this section can help you plan your transportation.

Dulcinea's Insight

  • If you’re flying to Nevada, you’ve got three airport choices, all of which are international: Laughlin Bullhead City, Las Vegas McCarran and Reno/Tahoe.
  • Summertime gets steamy in the desert and flights are cheaper. Shows and attractions may also be discounted in Lake Tahoe and Las Vegas if you visit during the summer off-season.

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Hotels in Nevada

Luxury travelers and horseback riders alike can find great places to stay in Nevada. In this section, you’ll find a variety of accommodation options, including hotels, inns and ranches capturing the cowboy spirit.

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  • The findingDulcinea Travel Web Guide is a great resource for hotel seekers, presenting advice and Web sites to help you find and book rooms anywhere in the world.
  • Nevada’s working ranches are a great option if you want to experience the cowboy life. Rates are usually reasonable, as well.

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