Kayaking in South Tahoe Lake, El Dorado County,
Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America and one of the largest lakes in the world.
Lake Tahoe is a famous spot for water sports in California during late spring to early fall. Kayaking in Tahoe is easy and you can either bring your own boat or rent one for the hole day or a couple of hours.
There are numerous guided tours offered on spot or you can kayak alone in the lake. Kayaking in this lake will be a great experience thanks to the gorgeous scenery. You can also take some great photos of the setting, sometimes only possible to get a similar shot while being on-board.
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