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  • 1. Nevada
  • 2. History of NevadaNevada is a state within the United States of America,probably most commonly known as the ‘Silver State’ due tothe importance of silver to its history/economy.The majority of Nevada is taken over by desert terrainhowever the populous of the state can be found in ClarkCounty, which contains the well-known Paradisemetropolitan area of Las Vegas. It was the establishment oflegalized gambling and lenient marriage and divorceproceedings in the 20th century that transformed Nevadainto today’s major tourist destination.Prior to the bright lights and spinning tables brought in byEuropeans that encompasses the state today, Nevada wasinitially inhabited by Native American tribes (colloquiallyreferred to as Indians) of the Paiute, Shoshone and Washoe.Subsequently claimed by Spain as a part of Alta Californiauntil the Mexican War of Independence which brought itunder Mexican control. The United States gained theterritory in 1848 following its victory in the Mexican-AmericanWar and the area was eventually incorporated as part ofUtah Territory in 1850.The discovery of silver at the Comstock Lode in 1859 led to apopulation boom that was an impetus to the creation ofNevada Territory out of western Utah Territory in 1861.
  • 3. Things to do inNevadaNevada offers recreational activities for all agesand all preferences from outdoor to indoor, you’llnever be bored.If the outdoor takes your fancy, Nevada offerseverything from hiking and biking to fishing andhunting as Nevada’s vast public lands provide aplethora of outdoor recreational opportunities.If you like sports, there are extensive golf courses topractise your swing in or during the winter takeadvantage of the skiing and snowboardingopportunities. Winter recreation opportunities areendless.If it’s the indoor environment that you prefer,Nevada has plenty of museums to soak up thehistorical background of the state or why not tryyour luck in the many casinos of Las Vegas.
  • 4. Where to stayDeciding where to stay on your Las Vegasholiday might not be as easy as you think.There are numerous choices ranging from thedeluxe comfort of a high-roller suite in a luxuryLas Vegas hotel to a rustic family run ranch inthe outback. There is accommodation to suitevery need and budget and found in allshapes and sizes:  Bed & breakfast/historic Inns  Cabins  Camping  Motels & Hotels  Resorts & Lodges  RV Parks  Vacation RentalsImagine it and it’ll be in Nevada.
  • 5. Top tipsNo trip to Nevada is complete without seeing some of thebest sights the United States has to offer. When in Las Vegas be sure to visit the Las Vegas Strip. The strip hosts a whole array of attractions from all the different hotels and casinos. It is a great place just to wander around and soak in the Vegas feeling. The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino is a must see when in Las Vegas. The luxury hotel and casino contains 36 stories and rises 475 feet and offers gondola rides and live opera shows to rustic architectural facades, showcasing the true spirit of Italy. The Hover Dam is considered as one of the countries Seven Modern Engineering Wonders. The dam offers daily tours and is well worth a visit. Lake Mead National Recreation Area in Boulder City near the Hover Dam includes both Lake Mohave and Lake Mead. The area was the nations first officially designated recreation area. Visitors to the lakes can boat, water ski, kayak, canoe and scuba dive.