Looking to book a little down time in South Lake Tahoe, but afraid to pull the trigger?
COVID-19 has certainly played a major role in keeping people tethered to their homes. However, both the Nevada and California side of Tahoe South are open to travelers with COVID precautions in place. Masks are required in both states.
People considering a Lake Tahoe visit have a new digital resource for trip planning with ease – Tahoesouth.com. Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority recently launched the newly redesigned site. The enhanced version features wall-to-wall imagery with responsive mobile design all within a convenient and easy to read layout for consumers.
“As travel confidence returns in 2021 with the distribution of the vaccine, and as travel restrictions ease, visitors will be able to easily access important updates, plan their trips, and dive into all our destination has to offer through their phones and screens at Tahoesouth.com,” said Carol Chaplin, CEO and president of the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority.
As the public navigates the challenges of a pandemic it is important for visitors to be aware of the different restrictions and requirements between the two states and counties. To learn the nuances of California and Nevada, visit the Tahoesouth.com website.
Designated the “America’s Favorite Ski Destination” by USA TODAY readers, Tahoe South combines the distinctive appeal of two worlds: spectacular natural beauty and a modern tourism destination with an array of outdoor recreation like skiing, entertainment, nightlife and gaming.
Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority worked with Reno based Noble Studios for the redesign that focuses on plunging users headfirst into the blue waters of Lake Tahoe and climbing high or climbing its mountain tops with information on events, lodging, dining, adventures, and insider tips.
“The launch of Tahoe South’s new website couldn’t have come at a better time, strategically positioning the organization to be ready for recovery,” said Jarrod Lopiccolo, CEO and Co-Founder at Noble Studios.
The website also integrates information and messages for the destination’s sustainable tourism and healthy travel initiatives like Tahoe Care Tahoe and Pledge for the Wild, a cooperative effort with other mountain communities to encourage guests to support $1 per hour when recreating, the beneficiaries of which are local non-profits focused on environmental initiatives. Donations can be made by texting WILD4TAHOE to 44-321, or at www.tahoefund.org.
Visitors can download the Tahoe South travel planning app from the Apple App Store or Google Play.
For information about lodging, recreation, packages, and healthy travel at Tahoe South, call 800 288-2463 or log onto www.TahoeSouth.com.