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Paradoxically, Nevada represents the new flashy image of America versus the traditional conservative. Whether you are interested in horse riding with cowboys or want to indulge in a night of debauchery in Las Vegas, Nevada gives you the opportunity to explore both worlds.

Tucked away in the southern tip of the state is Las Vegas, the Gambling Capital of the World – even though the lottery is illegal!  Vegas also claims to be the Marriage Capital of the World, with an average of 315 weddings per day.  With its millions of lights - including Vegas Vic, the enormous cowboy that’s the world’s largest mechanical neon sign – many consider Las Vegas to be the brightest spot on Earth.  It’s home to more than half of the 20 largest hotels in the world, and more than 150 casinos, where fortunes are won and (more often than not!) lost.

For a complete contrast visit the Hoover Dam, built during the Great Depression of the 1930s and still the highest concrete dam in the Western Hemisphere.  Take a drive along Route 50, the vast east-west highway where the Nevada stretch is known as The Loneliest Road in America.  Launch a kayak onto Lake Tahoe, shared with California and the largest alpine lake in North America, with the stunning Sierra Nevada mountains all around.  Release your inner cowboy or cowgirl with a visit to the spectacularly named Valley of Fire State Park, in the heart of the Mojave Desert and known for its vivid red sandstone formations.  There’s also Red Rock Canyon National Park, perfect for hiking, biking and climbing adventures, and Lamoille Canyon, the largest valley in the Ruby Mountains that constantly gives sweeping views on an epic scale.

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