Lake Tahoe is located in the Sierra Nevada mountains along the border of California and Nevada. The Sierra Nevada is made up of nestled away romantic cabins and breathtaking views of hot springs, mountains, bodies of water, and so much more.
The clear, blue freshwater at Lake Tahoe is perfect for kayaking, dinner cruises, fishing, or swimming. The enormous lake is divided between North and South, with each offering its own city experiences. Nightlife at Lake Tahoe consists of dozens of high-class casinos and live shows.
Coming in the winter? Get a honeymoon package at one of their many world-class ski resorts. Even if strapping two sticks to your feet and speeding down a mountain doesn’t interest you, you have to still take time to enjoy the snow. Ideas include a snowmobile tour, tubbing, toboggans (fun wooden sleds), or even an old fashioned snowball fight! Many resorts offer luxurious spas and pampering as you may enjoy the scenery of the snow capped mountains.
A reviewer who returned from a trip with her husband stated, “Since my husband and I are not skiers, we were happy to visit Lake Tahoe during early fall when the air was crisp and the sky was a perfect, brilliant blue.” They said the Lake Tahoe gave them an exclusive experience, that made them feel like one of the rich and famous. Favorite activities during their stay included a private yacht cruise on the lake, a visit to the luxurious Harrah’s Hotel and Casino, and getting to browse through the expensive shops and galleries unique to the Lake Tahoe city.
So whatever the season, your honeymoon at Lake Tahoe will offer plenty of year-round outdoor activities and things to do for you and your spouse to discover!