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Things To Do In Lake Tahoe, CA In September

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Things To Do In Lake Tahoe, CA In September, including M.S. Dixie II Sightseeing & Sunset Dinner Cruises, Tahoe Sport Fishing Ski Run Marina, Lake Tahoe Hot Air Balloons.
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Top September Things To Do In Lake Tahoe
Sep 1, 2020 to Sep 30, 2020
M.S. Dixie II Sightseeing & Sunset Dinner Cruises
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The M.S. Dixie II Sightseeing and Sunset Dinner Cruise takes place in Zephyr Cove. Guests can take in the beautiful sights of Emerald Bay while on this cruise. If the guests pick the dinner cruise, it lasts about three hours, but if they pick the normal cruise, it only lasts about two hours. While the dinner cruise has free food included the price, the normal cruise has the chance to purchase lunch. This cruise can be enjoyed by guests of all ages, and it is even handicapped accessible, so no one gets left out. Guests can use their camera while on this cruise to take pictures to remember the things they enjoyed on the cruise. The dinner cruise offers the perfect chance for guests to take in the night sky full of stars, but before the stars come out, guests can enjoy a gorgeous sunset over the lake. Music and dancing is another thing guests can enjoy.
Sep 1, 2020 to Sep 29, 2020
Around The Lake Tahoe Tour
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The Around The Lake Tahoe Tour takes passengers to see some of the highlights of the lake and the details that are on the shoreline. Passengers will board a small bus that features climate control and comfortable seats. When traveling in September, guests will be able to enjoy the cool air inside the bus while viewing the Emerald Bay, Sand Harbor, and other popular destinations. Large windows on the bus allow for the best views possible. Passengers will usually be on the bus for a few hours, listening to a guide describe some of the stops along the way. Guests can ask questions and are often entertained with a few different facts that aren't always known about Lake Tahoe and the surrounding area. There are stops along the tour when passengers can get off the bus to take pictures. These stops include Rubicon Point and Squaw Valley. Guests will also be able to do a little shopping at the Boatworks Mall.
Sep 3, 2020 to Sep 24, 2020
Virginia City NV Day Tour
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The Virginia City NV Day Tour is an experience you do not want to miss. The tour lasts about seven hours and shows you all the sites from Lake Tahoe to the wild west of Virginia City. The best time of year for this is during September because the V&T Railroad will still be available. You will be able to ride this steam engine passenger train from Virginia City to Gold Hill and return. While at Gold Hill the restored depot will be available to tour. The places to visit inside of Virginia City are varied and numerous. Visit the mines and jewelry stores to pick up some souvenir jewelry. Walk down the sidewalks of downtown, still made of wood planks. There are also historic saloons that hold various antiques. In the late 1800s the population of Virginia City peaked at 25,000 people, giving today's visitors a unique and historic perspective.
Sep 2, 2020 to Sep 30, 2020
El Dorado County Wine & Harvest Tour in Apple Hill
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The El Dorado County Wine and Harvest Tour in Apple Hill lasts about seven hours. The Apple Hill area is in the Sierra Nevada foothills. Lunch will be catered with plenty of choices including those who eat gluten-free or vegetarian diets. During the tour you will visit two different wineries. The first stop of the tour will take you to the Boa Vista Orchards, featuring seasonal fresh fruits like peaches, pears, apples, plums and berries. Also, at the orchids is a cider press and bottling operation. Don’t miss out on the bakery which contains fruit pies and pastries. There is also a farmer’s market on location. The best time to visit is during the peak of the fall harvest in September. The weather is beautiful this time of year with average temperatures in the 70s. Next on the tour would be the historic Boeger Winery, which was established in the gold rush of 1850. The original homestead and cellar are still in use today. The wine is available to sample. The last stop is at the Jodar Vineyards and Winery, home of wine that wins awards.
Sep 1, 2020 to Sep 30, 2020
Tahoe Amore Gondola Cruises
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Gondolas offer Venetians a chance to navigate around there in a cozy way to leave an excellent experience located amidst six beautiful islands along the scenic Andric sea Excursions with Gondola cruises happen to be one of the best unusual and fascinating activity. On these Cruises, around Lake Tahoe, you will experience a series of breathtaking views that will ensure you get the value of your money. Gondola Cruises are suitable for both Family and Romantic sailings, and you will not be restricted from moving in with your favorite beverages. This liberty will give you an exciting and long-lasting experience as you will comfortably seat as you will snugly be sipping your drink as you admire the beautiful mornings of Lake Tahoe. The reason to have an encounter with Gondola Cruises is the fact that you will be provided with your Gondolier guide; hence, you will have nothing to worry about your safety.
Sep 3, 2020 to Sep 24, 2020
Yosemite Valley Tour From Lake Tahoe
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During the month of September when the weather begins to cool and all the tourists return home is the time of the year to visit the Yosemite Valley Tour from Lake Tahoe. The guided tour is a 14-hour adventure which includes transportation, park fees and lunch. Don’t forget that camera or video camera so you can capture the natural beauty that is known as Yosemite. The spots visited on the tour range from mountainous views such as the one from Tioga Pass with an elevation of 10,000 feet. Then be prepared for the eight-mile ride through Tuolumne Meadows, where streams and rock formations will be seen. The Half Dome and El Capitan are known as premier rock-climbing locations. The granite boulders and pine and fir trees are definitive of this area. The Cascade Falls is the place where the catered lunch is served. After lunch, the tour will stop at Bridalveil Fall and Yosemite Falls. September is the best time of year to enjoy these views uninhibited by other tourists.
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