Fresh air is the cure to many things, but add that to a little clear lake water and an abandoned mansion, and you've got yourself an adventure. Lake Tahoe Kayak Tours in Nevada takes you on a guided excursion through turquoise waters to a famous deserted lodge on its banks. You can enjoy the stunning vistas of the lake, then wander through this genuinely magnificent property for a dip into the past.

If you love outdoor ventures and deserted locations, this epic package is for you.

The Thunderbird Kayak Tour in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, gives you the chance to scope a truly magnificent piece of history, all while enjoying the stunning backdrop of turquoise waters and hunter green trees.

You can join this spectacular tour every Tuesday from June - September. It costs $139 per person and runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The adventure begins at Sand Harbor State Beach, a stunning stretch of sand overlooking crystal clear waters. Your package includes paddling lessons before departure.

The cost also includes a donation to the site, all permit fees, snacks, beverages, and lunch, as well as a kayak, gear, and the guided tour.

A 1.5 mile trip down the coast will bring you to the historic Thunderbird Lodge, where you can dock your ride, enjoy a light snack, and some well-deserved R&R along the beach.

After you've reveled in the warm sunshine and shimmering lake, you'll be able to wander the Whittel Estate that sits on the property.

You can view the old Lighthouse Room, as well as the lodge and kitchen, which is still in its original form from when the property was inhabited.

There is even a 600-foot underground tunnel that will transport you to the Boat House and the famous 1939 Yacht within.

If you love an adventure with a side of history and exploration, this tour will leave you wishing there were more just like it.

Thunderbird Lodge Kayak Tour

Price: $139 per person

When: Every Tuesday from June - September

Address: Sand Harbor State Park, Incline Village, NV

Why You Need To Go: You can kayak through dreamy crystal clear waters to an abandoned mansion on the lakeshore, then explore its depths.

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