Pristine Lake Tahoe in winter, spring, summer or fall...all perfect! A Lake Tahoe tour from San Francisco can be a summer playground or a winter wonderland with family and friends.
Whether you are a regular or a first-time visitor, this to South Lake Tahoe delivers “peak” (as in mountains...get it?) experiences.
This tour is available for departure on Fridays.
Why bother with a stress-filled and costly drive to Lake Tahoe? Let us handle the road while you sit back and relax. You arrive refreshed and ready for skiing, water sports, mountain gondola rides, hiking, biking, headliners, casino gaming or just a refreshing break from city life!
Our Extravaganza package includes guided transportation, accommodations and a full activity package at locations convenient to Heavenly Mountain Resort. In winter, that means deep discounts on sports equipment rental!
- Transport to South Lake Tahoe from San Francisco or Sacramento
- Photo excursion to Emerald Bay cruise (subject to road conditions)
- Accommodations at the Lakeside Inn in Stateline NV.
- 1-day ski or snowboard package with insurance in winter and spring, or 4-hour bike rental in spring, summer and fall (please provide age of riders in comment box at check out)
- Return trip to San Francisco or Sacramento
- Lift tickets
- Your stake at the blackjack table!
Departures every Friday.
When thinking about your trip to Lake Tahoe from San Francisco or Sacramento keep in mind that many of the activities are seasonal, so plan accordingly.
Come with us on the happy bus!
Winter and Spring. From December to early April, snow sports are the main Lake Tahoe attraction. Heavenly Mountain Resort is the activity center for South Lake Tahoe. There are also options for Nordic skiing and other snow sports. Save some energy to enjoy the nightlife which includes shows, fine dining and gaming at Harvey’s, Harrah’s, Dottie’s or Lakeside Inn.
Summer and Fall. Enjoy outdoor fun from early morning to late evening. Take an Emerald Bay cruise on the M.S. Dixie; soak up the sun at Baldwin Beach; helicopter over of Emerald Bay, fit in 18 holes at Edgewood, hike D.L. Bliss State Park and check out the Balancing Rock; bike to Emerald Bay; explore Vikingsholm castle; dive into the lake on a kayak, paddle board, jet ski or parasail; mountain bike along the Truckee River; or glide over mountain tops on the Heavenly gondola.