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Why North Carolina makes a good choice?

North Carolina is a state with a landscape ranging from Atlantic Ocean beaches
to the Appalachian Mountains. The geography of the state ranges from busy, bustling cities to towering mountains to the beaches, lakes, lighthouses and Outer Banks islands. With museums, outdoor activities, and theme parks on offer, there are plenty of things to do in North Carolina no matter what the season.

Best time to visit North Carolina

North Carolina's climate is moderate, with average winter temperatures in the 60s along the southern coast and in the low 40s inland. If you’re looking for the very warmest time to visit North Carolina, the hottest months are July, August, and then June. In late September or early October, fall colors are brilliant here. Thousands of monarch butterflies cluster in the mountains near Asheville. Spring is also a spectacular time to visit. In March and April, the state bursts into bloom.

Why North Carolina is still the most popular Honeymoon destination?

North Carolina is one of the most diverse and magnificent states in the USA. Stretching from the most gorgeous peaks of Smoky Mountains to the secluded barrier islands of Atlantic Ocean, this place is every peace lover’s fantasy. A honeymoon in North Carolina is an ideal celebration of your union together within a land rich in possibilities. For lovers of the outdoors, it’s a fantastic place from sea level to the top of Mt. Mitchell, the East Coast’s highest peak.

Adventure activities in North Carolina

water fun is the nature of the game, with marvelous white sand beaches with numerous opportunities to be with people or enjoy the company of one another. The Outer Banks have many delightful towns like Kitty Hawk and Duck Fishing, boating, waterskiing, or riding through the dunes. Head on over to the western part of the state hiking, camping, hunting, biking, skiing and white-water rafting galore in the natural beauty of mountains and reserves such as the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.