Lake Tahoe Tours


Lake Tahoe is located along the border of California and Nevada, just west of Carson City, Nevada. Two-thirds of the lakes perimeter is located in California, with the remainder in Nevada. Lake Tahoe is one of the largest and deepest freshwater lakes in the United States. The only lake deeper is Oregon’s Crater Lake at a depth of 1949 ft, compared to Lake Tahoe’s 1645 ft.


Lake Tahoe Tours 

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Tours

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is located in the United States in the State of Hawaii. This National wonder is found on the Big Island of Hawaii about two and a half hours from Kailua Kona. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park tour will bring you to the worlds most active volcanoes, Kilauea and Mauna Loa.

Kilauea has been in nearly continuous eruption since 1983. Mauna Loa last erupted in 1984. While touring these amazing Volcanoes, you will see volcanic features of pit craters, tree molds, lava tubes, black sand beaches, and thermal areas. If you decide to take one of our driving tours, on Crater Rim Drive your first stop will be the Steam Vents.

Yellowstone National Park Tours

Yellowstone National Park Tours — more than a’s an adventure! The sights, sounds and scenes of Yellowstone National Park are like nothing else you’ve ever experienced. This wild, untamed landmark has attracted as much as one-third of the US Population to enjoy its rugged beauty and continues to attract more than 3 million visitors each year. Tours4Fun is proud to be able to host the most exciting and extensive Yellowstone tours currently available anywhere.

Will Airlines Charge People By Weight?

Everyone is trying to cope with the current fuel prices. Anyone who owns a vehicle has felt the pinch of the increased fuel costs.

Although consumers have been affected by gas prices, so have many business. Numerous airlines have been trying to cut costs to make up for the skyrocketing fuel prices.

American Airlines recently announced their new fee of $15 for each bag of luggage brought on their flights. Continental laid off 3,000 employees. But the most recent proposal has stunned us all.

Many airlines are thinking of charging each passenger by their weight, calling it an act of equality because you pay individually for the fuel you consume.

Just imagine weighing your bags at the ticket counter and then stepping on the scale yourself.