South Carolina is a place of unshakable traditions, forests of mossy oak trees, barbecue, oysters, die-hard sports, and jaw-dropping antebellum architecture. Most people traveling to South Carolina stick to the capital and the coast, but the rest of the state is not to be written off. The hospitality is quintessentially Southern, and the people are as warm as they get. It may not sound exotic, but South Carolina is certainly worthy of a vacation, no matter what kind of traveler you are.
Stroll through the state’s Olde English District, which is made up of buildings that were constructed over three centuries ago, and has tons of little historical sites, parks, and markers that all make for an educational outing.
Check out the Brookgreen Gardens to gawk at the lush greenery and wind through the sinuous paths. Definitely spend some time at the beach -- namely Myrtle Beach -- and consider going on an alligator adventure if you’ve ever wanted to get up close and personal with the world’s most dangerous reptile. Other specialties of the state include estuaries, tea plantations, museums, zoos, and much more. Also, it’d be remiss to not dive into the excellent cuisines. Feel free to just eat your way through your travels, if that’s what you fancy.
Because South Carolina can get unbearably hot during the summertime, the best time to visit would be between September and November.
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