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With shimmering cobalt waters set against the dramatic backdrop of the snowcapped peaks of the Sierra Nevadas, Lake Tahoe’s spectacular scenery has been seducing visitors for centuries. North America’s largest Alpine Lake, Lake Tahoe is also the USA’s second-deepest, and - at 6255ft high - one of the highest-elevation lakes in the country. What this adds up to is an overwhelmingly beautiful mountain destination teeming with diverse resorts, where the sun shines three out of four days of the year.
"Holidays in Lake Tahoe are all about soft, white, powder skiing in the morning and then sailing on the crystal, clear lake in the afternoon" - Stuart, California Specialist
1. Wild-swimming, sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, stand-up paddle boarding and other water sports take over the lake in summer
2. Looking for an adventurous holiday, the surrounding peaks are a playground for hikers and bikers.
3. In the winter months, a holiday to Lake Tahoe will offer snowy slopes which draw skiers and snowboarders from around the world.
Straddling the state line between California and Nevada, some say that a holiday to Lake Tahoe will truly offer the best of both worlds, and the 72-mile drive around Tahoe’s spectacular scenic shoreline immediately acquaints you with Tahoe’s split personality. On the Californian side you’ll meet outdoorsy travellers intent on scaling peaks, camping and kayaking; over on the Nevada side, casinos, big-name entertainers and flashy dining options are the big draw, and Reno reigns supreme.
Tahoe’s northern shore offers seclusion, high-end luxury lodges and tranquility; the western shore is quirky, rugged and outdoorsy, the eastern shore wild and undeveloped, and the southern shore glitzy and loud, with 1950s motels, new-build hotels and flashy casinos dominating the coastline. Whatever floats your boat, we know that there’s a corner of Tahoe with your name on it.
Le Sauvage Private Island, Hotel Kia Ora - French Polynesia
Genuinely one of the only wifi (and electricity!) free luxury island escapes in the world these days...this paradisal pearl of the ocean allows you to truly switch off and unwind. Seafood is 'caught that day' by you and the island team, enjoy toes in the sand bbq's on the beach by star and candle light...heaven on earth.
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