Indian Wells Tennis’ Spring Fling

Tips To Get The Most Out of the Experience

For some the first sign of spring is budding trees and flowers making a spring debut, but for tennis fans it’s The Indian Wells Tennis Tournament. Heralding in the month of March, the tournament’s formal name is the BNP Paribas Open and it is one of the biggest and arguably one the most fun of the big pro events Here’s a great post by rectennis.com that sums up some of what you’ll see if you attend and some great tips for enjoying Indian Wells.
http://www.rectennis.com/blog/travel-to-see-the-pros

It seems the desert sun never fails to shine on the Palm Springs area during the first two weeks in March of the tournament, and it’s here where the tone is often set for the rest of the tennis season. The tournament is accessible and generally affordable and few will argue it’s an event well worth attending if not for the tournament itself, but also to catch the Palm Springs vibe which is definitely unique.

Indian Wells Tennis Garden Provides the Stage for the Tennis Stars to Shine

But when it comes to tennis, the stars take the stage showing the world what they have to offer providing great tennis entertainment and often history.

Sunshine and Tennis Definitely a Winning Combination

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Palm Springs Offers a Unlimited Outdoor Activities When You’re Not Watching Indian Wells

Part of the attraction is the Palm Springs area itself which offers stunning desert scenery and any kind of outdoor activity you could imagine from golf to mountain biking, mountain climbing, hiking, cycling and  much more.

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Hiking in Indian Canyons above Palm Springs or above Palm Desert is something we enjoy when we’re not watching the tournament.

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