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Why Nevada makes a good choice?

Nevada is a state of incredible natural diversity.
with plenty of great places to visit, scenic drives, and wonderful opportunities for outdoor activities. National parks and recreation areas provide outstanding terrain for hiking, biking, climbing, horseback riding, and fishing. Nevada's amazing landscapes are often overshadowed by the glitter and glitz of its biggest city, Las Vegas.

Best time to visit Nevada

Best Time to Visit Nevada. The shoulder seasons between summer and winter are the best time to visit Nevada, especially Las Vegas. March and April are very pleasant, with daytime highs in the 70s°F and plenty of sun. October and November are also comfortable, with the same kind of weather as spring. If you’re looking for the very warmest time to visit Nevada, the hottest months are July, August, and then June.

Why Nevada is still the most popular Honeymoon destination?

Deserts, mountains and rivers cover the state, making it a great place for nature-oriented couples to enjoy mellow romantic forays and pulse-pounding outdoor adventures alike. Canoe on Lake Tahoe, raft along one of the state's raging rivers, hike through a national park or take your love vertical and experience the thrill of guided rock climbing at Red Rocks.

Adventure activities in Nevada

There are several outdoor activities you can do in Nevada. Outdoor trips in Nevada can mean the adrenaline rush of mountain biking, paddleboarding or white-water rafting, or watching wild mustangs, Go tubing down the Truckee River, Go wild horse and burro watching, Go caving beneath the Great Basin, Paddleboard at Lake Tahoe, Mountain bike and hike Lake Tahoe and Go snow skiing on Mt. Charleston.