Activities & Tours

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Newport Beach is transformed into a coastal winter wonderland with twinkling lights, festive displays and seasonal sips and shops around every corner. To get you in the jolly mood, we’ve rounded up the best dazzling Newport Beach Christmas light displays. Newport Beach’s holiday activities are a great
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Ready to get to know the coolest (and hottest) winter fest in Nevada? Head for the annual Fire and Ice Winter Festival, hosted by one of the best mountain towns in eastern Nevada. A signature annual event that’s been part of the Ely story for years, the festivities are normally headquartered at Cave Lake State
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Fun Family Activities Flush with fun family activities, solid family time in the Silver State is uncomplicated, brimming with award-winning children’s museums and discovery centers, natural wonders around every bend, family outdoor activities in state and national parks with enough room to let the kids run loose, and wildlife thriving in natural places that are
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Mind If We Make A Few Suggestions? It’s time for cowboys and counterculture. Wildlife and wilder tales. Open roads and open hearts. If you’re looking for road trip ideas, Nevada highways lead to destinations you can only dream of. Here, you’ll find the best road trips and Nevada scenic drives, from Las Vegas to Lake
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The Scoop REVOLVE, the fashion retailer known for its exclusive, invite-only experiences, is opening up an interactive experience to the public for the first time ever with REVOLVE Winterland. The three-day, star-studded event will take place in the heart of LA, featuring a festive pop-up shop with their best cozy wear, wreath making, cookie decorating,
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Ready for Nevada’s premier wildlife photography event? Held each January in the heart of Carson Valley, this spectacular, once-a-year wildlife photography festival gives visitors and locals alike an uncommon opportunity to get up close and personal to raptors who visit Carson Valley each winter. As the furthest southern point on their migratory paths, golden and
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Yeah, Christmas is cute and festive, but New Year’s Eve is the mother of all holidays! It’s like celebrating the birthdays of every single person in one day. Everywhere around the world, people toast bubblies, kiss each other, and light sparklers to welcome a brand new year of possibilities. Whether you’re in the mood for
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There is nothing like riding the rails. Train rides are enjoyable experiences for everyone, no matter what age they are. With the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles traffic, you may not realize there are many day trips and vacations you can access by train while getting to experience the Southern California scenery like never
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“Cowboy… poetry?” Don’t worry. Bewilderment is common from folks who haven’t yet experienced this weeklong, town-wide, full-participation celebration of authentic western cultural arts. However, attend and you’ll quickly discover why thousands flock to “the Gathering” each winter. To clarify, the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering isn’t just about poetry. And, like the real American West, it
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This Winter Holiday season, explore all the new and notable things happening in San Diego, from restaurant and museum openings to “prehistoric” events and historic recognitions. Events A Very Furry Christmas When: Thru Jan. 8, 2023A Very Furry Christmas at Sesame Place San Diego is a festive, family-friendly celebration with everyone’s favorite Sesame Street friends.
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When San Francisco’s Park Presidio was transferred to the National Park system in 1994, it not only preserved the history of this former military base, but it also enshrined public access to some of SF’s best greenspace. At 1,400 acres, the Presidio is the world’s largest urban national park. And with 24 miles of trail,
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Amargosa Valley History People have been in Amargosa Valley for a long time, as evidenced by ancient campsites dating back at least 10,000 years to the last ice age, when mammoths, dire wolves, and saber-toothed cats roamed the region. Later, the Southern Paiute and Western Shoshone peoples lived in the region, following seasonal plants and
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