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Lake Tahoe Tours


Lake Tahoe Tours

Tours are a great way to explore the Lake Tahoe Basin and nearby areas. Guided tours leave all the planning and driving to someone else so you can just go along for the ride and enjoy yourself. Self-guided tours let you do the planning and driving so that you can see as few or as many sights as you choose on your time schedule. Either way, you'll be able to see a lot more in a lot less time!


Discover Lake Tahoe-Demo Tours
Explore and learn about Lake Tahoe with Demo Tours, a premier tour company serving South Lake Tahoe since 1998. Our fleet consists of a brand new 28 passenger shuttle bus, 25 passenger shuttle bus and 14 passenger van. We also offer transportation for any occasion: charters, weddings, ski shuttle and airport shuttle. We offer various tours during the spring through fall. Including in these are San Francisco, Around the Lake Tour, White Water Rafting, Wine and Harvest Tour, horseback riding, Virginia City, Golfing and a Yosemite Grand Adventure. During the winter we offer a variety of tours including San Francisco, Virginia City or ski trips to Alpine Meadows, Squaw Valley or Kirkwood.



Nifty Fifty Trolley
See Tahoe by Trolley! These charming trolleys roll by every 60 minutes. Children and adults will delight in the fun and informative narrated trips designed to let you discover and explore South Lake Tahoe. You can get on and off this continuous loop service as often as you like with a $3.00 all day pass. You can transfer to the North Shore Trolley at Emerald Bay for just $1.25 more. The trolleys only operate from mid-June through Labor Day between 10:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. daily.




If you prefer self-guided tours, we suggest seven popular tours that are only thirty to sixty minutes driving time from South Lake Tahoe. You can sightsee for a few hours or the entire day in any of these areas.

Alpine County
Alpine County is known as "The California Alps." This small county is just south of Lake Tahoe and has miles of hiking trails and hidden lakes that are well worth finding. Call the Alpine County Chamber of Commerce and Forest Service at 530-694-2475 for information, brochures and maps.

Carson City

Carson City, Nevada is one of the most historic state capitals in the country. See the Nevada State Museum, which was once a U.S. Government mint. Visit the Nevada State Railroad Museum. And take a Victorian Home Tour on foot or by auto. Call the Carson City Convention and Visitors Bureau at 775-687-7410 for information, brochures and maps.

Carson Valley

Carson Valley, Nevada lies east of the Stateline casino area. After a scenic half-hour drive over Kingsbury Grade (SR 207), you'll see a valley rich in agriculture and cattle ranches. Visit the city of Genoa, the state's first pioneer settlement that boasts the state's oldest saloon. Take time to ease your sightseeing body in the refreshing mineral spas at Walley's Hot Springs. Call the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau at 775-782-8144 for information, brochures and maps.

El Dorado County

U.S. HWY 50 west is your gateway to the historic California gold country. Along the way you can visit "Hangtown," now known as Placerville. See the famous 1848 gold discovery site in Coloma. Call the El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center at 530-621-5885 for information, brochures and maps.

El Dorado Wineries
There are 17 wineries dotting the countryside in El Dorado County. Many of these wineries are family-operated. Hours for wine tasting vary with the season. Call the El Dorado Winery Association at 800-306-3956 for information, a brochure and a map.

Lake Tahoe Shoreline Drive

This may be the most beautiful shoreline drive in the United States. You'll see many natural and man-made wonders during your 72-mile drive around the largest Alpine Lake in North America. Alpine beaches, beautiful bays, a waterfall, hidden lakes, state parks and national forest lands, historic sites, museums, casinos and so much more! Call any of the Chambers of Commerce listed on the Resources page of this Sightseeing menu for information, brochures and maps.

Virginia City
Virginia City, Nevada was once the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco. Today, this reborn mining boomtown is alive with ships, historic buildings, museums, mine tours and mansions. Call the Virginia City Chamber of Commerce at 775-847-0311 for information, brochures and maps.


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