Nevada has several nicknames including the Sage State and the Sagebrush State, but the one that is most fitting both for its mines and personality is the Silver State. Like a beacon in the desert, the Silver State shines for the entire world to see. From Las Vegas to historical mining towns, Nevada has a little bit of everything for the entire family. The Nevada Commission on Tourism divides the state into five main regions: the Reno/Tahoe Territory, Cowboy Country, the Pony Express Territory, the Pioneer Territory and the Las Vegas Territory. And how can you best see this great state? A Nevada charter bus service of course!
The Reno/Tahoe Territory
The Reno and Tahoe areas offer everything for the traveler adventures that are natural and lights that sparkle. Those who want to enjoy Nevada's natural offerings can walk along the Raymond Smith Trucker River Walk, the May Arboretum and Botanical Garden, or take a horse ride from the High Sierra Stables. For the history buff, there are several museums to experience including the Keck Museum, The National Automobile Museum (over 200 cars!), and the Nevada Historical Society museum. But what would an awesome city like Reno be without a little sparkle? Known as "The Biggest Little City in the World,” Reno offers neon lights in the downtown area. And then of course, there is the skiing. An hour from Reno sits Lake Tahoe, which according to the NCOT has an average of 350 inches of snow a year and is home to over fifteen ski resorts. Needless to say, there is much to do for all in the Reno and Tahoe areas. Enjoy them relaxed in a charter bus service!
Cowboy Country, The Pioneer Territory, and the Pony Express Territory
Cowboy Country offers many opportunities for travelers to relieve the experience of the 1800s. For example, in Battle Mountain, Trail of the 49s Interpretive Center offers a recreation of the covered wagon migration west. The city of Carlin offers the Newmont Goldmine Tour offers a tour of a goldmine and processing area for tourists to experience. The Pioneer Territory offers several activities including mining areas and wagon tours to enjoy. The Pony Express Territory also offers mining tours and covered wagon experiences, in addition to museums. For example, the town of Fernley offers the Wigwam Native American Museum. The museum offers arrowheads and stone tools in addition to beadwork and Kanicha dolls. Take a charter bus service around these Nevada towns and enjoy all of the rich history that exudes from these areas without having the hassle of driving.
The Las Vegas Territory
The Las Vegas area is chock full of fun and excitement. New York may be the City that Never Sleeps, but Las Vegas, or Sin City, has earned the phrase "What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas.” The nightlife in Vegas pulsates in the casinos and the clubs. Slide down the Strip or scoot your way down to Freemont Street, also known as "Old Vegas” and enjoy the amazing ceiling light show there. Still, there is also a sophisticated side of the city. Enjoy a show such as "O” or "Zumanity” by Cirque De Solei. In addition to the wild side and the sophisticated side, there is also a place in Vegas for the adventure lover. Take a trip to the Hoover Dam and Lake Mead. You can enjoy the grandeur and history of the dam and then Jet Ski down the sparkling blue Lake Mead. Regardless of your personality, Vegas has a place for you, and a Nevada charter bus services is one of the best ways to get there!
Nevada is a state full of natural beauty, ski resorts and adventure, and of course a little touch of bright neon lights. Take a charter bus to fully experience the grandeur that is Nevada!