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History

Experience the  rich history of coastal North Carolina and South Carolina

Nature

The Carolinas are for nature-lovers

Southern Food

True southern hospitality and a  paradise for foodies 

Coastal Carolinas

The North Carolina and South Carolina Coasts

Experience the  beauty of the Coastal Carolinas


Visit historic Wilmington and experience the scenic Riverwalk, eclectic boutiques, Southern cuisine, craft beer breweries, and Victorian and Antebellum architecture.  You are minutes away from beautiful beaches and rich cultural and recreational activities.  Take a tour of the Battleship North Carolina and ride in a horse-drawn carriage along brick-lined streets with moss-draped live oaks.  Stay a while and enjoy outdoor and indoor concerts at a variety of venues.


Venture out to Wrightsville Beach, named by Southern Living Magazine as one of the South's best beaches. Travel to Carolina Beach and stroll the Boardwalk, which was named as a top-10 boardwalk in the country by Food and Wine Magazine.  Don't forget Kure Beach  a family friendly coastal retreat and  home to the North Carolina Aquarium  at Fort Fisher, which also has a  State Historic Site and Civil War Museum    


Traveling south....


Experience North Carolina's Brunswick Islands.  From Oak Island and Caswell Beach to Calabash at the southern tip of North Carolina, you can have a uniquely different experience each day.  Leave your cares and your car behind and visit Bald Head Island, an easy day-trip by ferry  from historic Southport, world famous for its scenery that has served as the backdrop for many popular movies.  Holden, Ocean Isle, Caswell, and Sunset beaches are pristine and family oriented.  Foodies will love Calabash, the "Seafood Capital of the World."


Traveling south into South Carolina.....


Begin your  experience in  Little River, S.C., home of the Blue Crab Festival and work your way down to Surfside beach, enjoying the laid-back atmosphere in North Myrtle Beach and the action-packed activities in Myrtle Beach as you work your way down the Grand Strand. Don't forget to check out Barefoot Landing and Broadway at Beach.


Traveling south....


Enter the Hammock Coast at Garden City Beach and enjoy picturesque Murrels Inlet, nature in Huntington Beach State Park and Brookgreen Gardens, golfing in Litchfield, and  shopping and dining in Pawley's Island


Traveling south....


To historic Georgetown, stroll  Front Street and find yourself in the heart of the Gullah Geechee Heritage Corridor, which runs from Pender County North Carolina to St. Johns County, Florida.  While in Georgetown, visit the Gullah Museum and the Rice Museum.  Travel further south to Mount Pleasant and experience the Sweetgrass Basket culture along the highway before heading to the Sweetgrass Cultural Arts Pavilion in Mount Peasant. https://gullahgeecheecorridor.org


Travel to the breathtaking and historic coastal cities of Charleston and Beaufort, experiencing the variety of Sea Island along the way, including Edisto, Kiawah, Folly, Isle of Palms, James,  John, Seabrook, Sullivan's, Wadmalaw,  Daufuskie, Frpp, Hilton Head, Port Royal, and Hilton Head.


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The Carolinas have concerts and festivals throughout the year.

A few of the top festivals

  • Blue Crab Festivals, Little River, SC- May
  • NC Oyster Festival, Ocean Isle Beach, NC - Oct
  • Azalea Festival, Wilmington, NC - April
  • NC Festival By the Sea, Holden Beach, NC - Oct
  • Charleston, SC Bear Garden Festival - May
  • Spoleto Festival, Charleston, SC - May - June
  • Hilton Head Island, SC Seafood Festival - Feb
  • Charleston Wine and Food Festival - Feb-Mar
  • Coastal Uncorked, Myrtle Beach, SC - Sept

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Hundreds of Miles of Breathtaking Beaches

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Non-stop family fun