Adventure Travel To The Southeast
Explore Wildlife And Many Golf Courses
There’s no doubt that the beauty of the southeastern United States attracts visitors from all over the world. From the gorgeous swamplands of Florida’s Everglades National Park to the coastal charm of a South Carolina beach town to an adventure holiday exploring the great outdoors of Georgia, you can experience an active vacation in any part of the region.
Florida vacations top the wishlist of many people, both young and old, for many reasons. The hardest part of planning a trip to the Sunshine State is deciding which of the places to visit in Florida you most want to see. You can choose between taking an airboat tour through the Everglades in the hope of spotting an alligator, frolicking in the warm waves of the Atlantic in Palm Beach or practicing your swing at Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Golf Club in Orlando.
As for South Carolina vacations, don’t miss your chance to tour historic Charleston, spend a day golfing at Hilton Head or check out an old plantation in the countryside. South Carolina also offers numerous golf resorts, such as Kiawah Island Golf Resort and Oyster Reef Golf Club, for those interested in hitting the links. Although South Carolina’s stunning coast attracts many visitors to the state, you won’t want to miss the hiking opportunities in the western part either.
Although known for its peaches, Georgia is also home to some amazing adventure travel experiences. Visit Walker County for kayaking, rock climbing, hiking, biking, and more outdoor activities or visit the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area for 48 miles of river and more than 50 miles of hiking trails. The rugged natural beauty of Georgia is ideal for an exciting active vacation adventure.
Our travel videos can introduce you to all of these exciting adventure holiday ideas in the Southeast and more!
Boca Raton Resort & Club
Cheeca Lodge & Spa
Arrowhead Pointe Golf Course, Elberton
Horseback in Blue Ridge Mountains
Etowah Mine River Tunnel Kayaking
Grand Dunes Resort Club, Myrtle Beach
PineHills Golf Course, Myrtlewood
Surfing with Stingrays, Myrtle Beach