Tahoe Village is unsurprisingly located on the shores of Lake Tahoe, which straddles the border between the US States of Nevada and California, to the far west of the country. The lake and the surrounding shoreline are extremely popular winter and summer recreational destinations amongst national and international visitors alike. To cater for the region’s influx of visitors, tourists from the UK looking to spend their holidays in Tahoe Village will find that there is a wonderful choice of self catering holiday rental accommodation available here. There are spacious apartments and condos, as well as luxurious villas and more rustic ranches, many enjoying spectacular lake and mountain views.
Due to the region’s many natural physical and geographical attributes, most visitors spending their holidays in Tahoe Village are looking to use the village as a base to enjoy outdoor recreational activities. Water sports enthusiasts may enjoy jet skiing, parasailing or kayaking; whilst the less energetic tourists may alternatively wish to enjoy a pleasure boat cruise or scuba diving. The surrounding landscape is a popular destination amongst walkers, hikers and mountain bikers. Visitors spending their holidays in Tahoe Village in the winter months will find that there are numerous ski resorts set in the surrounding mountains, perhaps the most popular being Heavenly Mountain Resort, Squaw Valley and Diamond Peak.
When visitors enjoying their holidays have had enough of adrenaline-filled outdoor pursuits, they may find the casinos, nightclubs and amusement arcades of Carson City or Stateline a welcome diversion. As gambling is legal on the Nevada shoreline of Lake Tahoe, visitors enjoying their holidays in Tahoe Village have the opportunity to try their luck at any time of the day. Somewhat surprisingly, there are also a number of historically interesting buildings in the vicinity. Popular draws are the 19th century Thunderbird Lodge and the palatial Ehrman Mansion, which was built by a former Wells Fargo president.
Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Tahoe Village will find that in the summer the region can be warm, with temperatures often reaching the high-twenties degrees Celsius. Winters can be much colder, with temperatures averaging around 5 degrees Celsius, but often dropping below zero. Tahoe Village receives an average annual rainfall of around 25 inches, which can often fall as snow in mid-winter.
Travellers looking to spend their holidays in Tahoe Village will first fly with British Airways or Virgin Atlantic to Los Angeles (LAX) airport. They will then need to take a connecting flight with AirCal, Alpha Air, American Eagle, Pacific Southwest or Tahoe Air to Lake Tahoe Airport (TVL).