Next time you visit Lake Tahoe, make sure you see all of Lake Tahoe with a fun tour that takes you all the way around the pristine lake, stopping at some significant sites along the way.
On the Around the Lake Tahoe Tour, you’ll travel aboard a luxury bus with expansive windows, so you can enjoy non-stop great views from every seat. You’ll visit Emerald Beach, the country’s first ever under water National Natural Landmark where wreckage of boats and barges lie beneath the shimmering lake’s surface. Enjoy a walk on the sandy beach and a spectacular view of the only island in the lake, Fannette Island, and Vikingholm Castle, a 38-room mansion, that actually has a sod roof.
You’ll continue on around the lake stopping at Rubicon Point, the Truckee River Bridge and the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics, Squaw Valley. The Waterfront Boatworks Mall is a long stop for you to buy some lunch at one of the many eateries or restaurants with views of the lake, plus pick up some one of a kind items in the unique shops, before continuing the tour around the lake, with a final stop at Sand Harbor, a beach-goers delight with sand so fine and white, you’ll think you’re in Florida.