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Located in the Western, Mountain West, and Southwestern regions of the United States, Nevada is the 7th most extensive state in the United States of America. Las Vegas is the largest city of the state and Carson City is its capital. Much of this state is located within the Great Basin and therefore it is mostly desert and semiarid. The stunning landscapes of Nevada are often overshadowed by the glitz of its bigger cities. The state is stuffed with amazing natural diversity with profusion of opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, skiing, mountain biking, and horseback riding.
No other area around the globe is considered as more entertainment and glitz-offering than the Las Vegas and The Strip. The Strip in Las Vegas shimmers with immense resorts, theaters, gardens, hotels, and restaurants. Well-known Las Vegas Boulevard spanning from the Mandalay Bay Hotel to the Treasure Island Hotel is the location of 'The Strip', which welcomes around 40 million visitors each year.
Located at almost an hour of driving distance northeast of Las Vegas, the Valley of Fire is the oldest park in the state of Nevada. It covers more than 42,000 acres of lovely sandstone formations made from colossal sand dunes solidified here in the age of the dinosaurs.
An immense freshwater lake in the Seirra Nevada Mountains, Lake Tahoe is a clear blue water lake surrounded by imposing mountains. It is a 22-mile-long and two-million-year-old lake. Lake Tahoe is the second deepest lake in the United States. The area on the banks of the lake is home to a number of ski-resorts as well as water skiing, boating, hiking, fishing, and mountain biking activities.