Nevada Vacations: Desert & Casino Glitter
Nevada is a land of contrasts. When the shimmering lights and big names of the Las Vegas Strip fade into the desert night, the sky puts on a celestial show. See the sweep of the Milky Way from Great Basin National Park. If you’re looking to ski, golf, or swim, Lake Tahoe delivers. Bring the whole family to the Hoover Dam. For quirky fun, take the “Extraterrestrial Highway” near Area 51, or come for Burning Man. Whether you want to chase UFOs, roll the dice in Vegas, or enjoy Nevada’s recreational possibilities, Liberty Travel can match you with a Nevada vacation package that’s just your style.
Nevada at a Glance
Currency: U.S. Dollar ($)
Tipping Customs: Tip anywhere between 10 – 15%, unless service charge is added
Power Up: Type A or Type B plug, 120 V (the standard in the United States)
Popular Drink: Bloody Mary
Must Eat: Chateaubriand, shrimp cocktail, and rib-eye steaks
Weather: Summers are very hot and winters are cool and dry; fall and spring bring comfortable weather. Pack a sweater or jacket for the evening when temperatures drop.
Best Time to Visit: Come in the fall and spring for sightseeing and winter for skiing.
Roll the Dice in Vegas
Ready to tempt Lady Luck? Vegas is known for the bright lights of the Vegas Strip. Catch a headlining performance or enjoy the city’s world-class cuisine. It’s not all vice and nightlife in Vegas, though. See Red Rock Canyon Conservation Area or the Hoover Dam. Whether you’re looking for a destination wedding or want an adults-only celebration, a Liberty Travel Las Vegas vacation package brings you special extras at some of the city’s leading hotels.
Top Things to Do in Nevada
Roll the Dice on the Vegas Strip
Spend a weekend or a week in Sin City, rolling the dice, checking out casino shows, and indulging in exquisite cuisine.
Ski, Swim, or Golf at Lake Tahoe
Ski Diamond Peak or Mt. Rose Ski resorts. In the summer, swim in the crystalline waters, or tee-off at Edgewood Tahoe, ranked highly by Golf Digest and Travel + Leisure readers.
Caves and Big Sky in Great Basin National Park
Great Basin National Park is known for its hills of sage, bristlecone pine, Milky Way views, and cave system.
Climb or Hike the Mojave
Red Rock Canyon draws climbers in the winter looking to test themselves on the park’s moderate and advanced climbs. Not a climber? Enjoy the hiking.
Marvel at the Hoover Dam
Tour the dam and learn about this engineering and construction wonder. This National Historic Landmark is the largest dam in the western hemisphere.
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