Located inland from the state of California is the state of Nevada. Known as the “Silver State”, Nevada has a varied and interesting land which is filled with great activities for visitors to enjoy. A Nevada holiday can be as relaxing or as busy as you want it to be and a Nevada holiday rental house provides all of the comforts of home to make your stay even more enjoyable.
A Nevada holiday offers so much for visitors to enjoy that it would be impossible to fit it all in within one trip! There is a mixture of great indoor and outdoor activities across the state including water skiing, canoeing, tennis, golf, archery, rock climbing, quad biking, bowling, ice skating, skiing, fishing, hiking and mountain biking. With such spectacular views to witness on a Nevada holiday, it is also a popular retreat for wildlife enthusiasts, painters and keen photographers.
If you have the energy to venture out from your wonderful Nevada holiday rental house for a day or two, there are plenty of great cities to be explored in the state. This includes the ever popular Las Vegas. The vibrant city in the desert is renowned for its number of casinos, energetic shows and sudden weddings but there is much more to the city. On the outskirts of the city is the Pioneer Saloon, a taste of the Old Wild West which visitors will love. The saloon has many stories, including that this was the place that Clark Gable chose to drink after the death of his wife, Carole Lombard. Visitors can also take part in a game of horseshoes and learn all about the past in this turbulent and wild part of the country.
If you are considering booking a wonderful Nevada holiday rental house then you should expect varying weather conditions. The state is mainly dry and sunny with the higher ground being exposed to snow and ice during the colder months. Because Nevada is so vast, you could experience daytime temperatures of anywhere between -12° and 42°C, it really does depend where you decide to go for your Nevada holiday. The annual rainfall amount for the state can be anywhere between 7 inches and 40 inches.
Travellers on a Nevada holiday are most likely to land at McCarran International Airport (LAS) which is close to Las Vegas. Air operators that offer regular, affordable flights to the area include Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, United Airlines, Delta and Air France. Passengers can depart from various UK airports such as Gatwick (LGW), Heathrow (LHR), Manchester (MAN), Bristol (BRS) and Edinburgh (EDI).