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Why South Carolina makes a good choice?

Known for its shoreline of subtropical beaches and marshlike sea islands.
Nestled up against the Atlantic Ocean, South Carolina is known for its beautiful beaches, islands and friendly Southern hospitality. Tucked between the mountainous foothills upstate and the sandy beaches along the coast, you will find exhilarating theme parks, fascinating historical monuments, world-class museums, and family-friendly zoos and gardens.

Best time to visit South Carolina

The best time to visit South Carolina to enjoy nature and its lush gardens is any time between the months of March and May. When it comes to South Carolina's many gorgeous beaches, it's best to visit during June or July, while the month with the least crowds at the beach is September. April and May will be ideal for golfers, hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts.

Why South Carolina is still the most popular Honeymoon destination?

From Myrtle Beach and the serene, sandy Pawleys Island to Charleston beaches and legendary Hilton Head Island, a getaway together strengthens the bonds of a brand new marriage. The old south beckons you to slow down and explore romance the antebellum way amid the quiet whispers of palmetto trees and the breezy charm of South Carolina.

Adventure activities in South Carolina

From whitewater rafting to leisure walks in the park, there is an activity for everyone. Find yourself zipping along the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, touring the only tea plantation in America, Canoe and Kayak the Edisto River, Hiking to the Top of Table Rock State Park, Dolphin Watching at Hilton Head, Rafting the Chattooga National Wild & Scenic River and Zip-Lining in South Carolina.