When one thinks of Nevada, the first thing that comes to mind is obviously Las Vegas. While the Strip surely has a lot to offer, Nevada also boasts of other magnificent attractions. Whether for business or pleasure, Nevada is a favorite among tourists.
Before we get dizzy (in a good way!) by the glitz and glamour of the strip, it is worth noting that Nevada is also home to various industries: aerospace and defense, agriculture, information technology, energy, health care, logistics and operations, manufacturing, mining, and tourism, gaming, and hospitality. These industries contribute to the Silver State’s competitive and strong economy.
Now what should a trip to Nevada consist of? First is of course an obligatory visit to the Strip and be dazzled by the lights and life of the world’s most entertainment-filled two and a half miles. Then, veer off the city and find yourself among Nevada’s gorgeous wilderness. Among the places to see are Hoover Dam, Lake Tahoe, Lake Mead, the Valley of Fire, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, and Pyramid Lake. Add a fun touch to your trip by visiting some ghost towns such as Rhyolite, Austin, and Berlin. If you are visiting later in the year, you might also want to score tickets to Burning Man where attendees explore art and self-expression in the Black Rock Desert.
There are just so many things to do in Nevada! Of course there is only one way to travel to this glamorous state—by chartering your own aircraft. National Air Transport lets you skip long airport lines and waiting times. Let us know what you need and we will make it happen.