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Nevada is, of course, most famous for the unique and vibrant city of Las Vegas - which is just one of those places that has to be seen to be believed. With its plethora of casinos and entertainment venues this city is something of a spectacle and is a 'must include' on a trip to this region of the United States.

However, outside of the bright lights of Las Vegas, Nevada certainly has plenty to offer and is best discovered on a self-drive holiday. The wide expansive roads are just waiting to be explored and the scenery is quite spectacular; from awe-inspiring mountain ranges to desert, lakes and gorges.

There are attractions such as the Hoover Damn, the highest concrete damn in the Western Hemisphere, and a number of ghost towns in the region however, one of the most appealing aspects of the area is the outdoor activities and the scenery that can be enjoyed in one of the stunning National Parks when hiking, biking, picnicking or simply admiring when stopping in a car.

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With hardly any rainfall throughout the year due to most of the state being arid desert, Nevada, and in particular Las Vegas, experiences a dry climate for most of the year. Read More

With hardly any rainfall throughout the year due to most of the state being arid desert, Nevada, and in particular Las Vegas, experiences a dry climate for most of the year. In Las Vegas, the summer months are scorching hot with the thermometer reaching late 30s to early 40s Celcius through July and August.
In the winter months temperatures drop significantly with lows of nearly freezing overnight but during the day temperatures can still feel quite pleasant and overall the city receives around 300 days of sunshine a year. In other parts of the state, summers are milder in the central and mountainous areas with cooler mornings and of course, in the winter, snow falls in the Lake Tahoe region which is what makes it a great ski destination too. Lake Tahoe also experiences higher rainfall than the southern desert areas.

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