Discover Holidays to Georgia
If you are looking for Georgia holidays you have certainly come to the right place. Discover North America offer a range of tailor-made Georgia holidays to help you plan the holiday of your dreams. View the different Georgia holidays we offer below.
Georgia’s west and central regions are deeply rooted in America’s history with the proud heritage of two presidents and the birth of the modern south. Charming towns, authentic antiques and local festivals along scenic byways offer the warmth of yesterday in quintessential Southern style.
The highly distinctive coastal region, Georgia’s Golden Isles, offers a delightful contrast to bustling Atlanta, with its barrier islands and natural resources and eco systems. Unspoilt, pristine beaches, tranquil marshes and cobblestone streets await you while low country delicacies such as soft-shelled crabs and Brunswick stew feature on menus with the soulful beat of Gullah-Geechee songs in the background.
Savannah is one of the most beautiful and enchanting cities in America and a ‘must see’ part of any trip to Georgia’s coastal area. Hip and historic, there are numerous interest sites to see, including more than twenty city ‘Squares’, (made famous in the film Forest Gump) monuments, parks, historic homes, churches and forts. Buzzing with creativity, art, fine dining and live theatre the historic district of Savannah, including the waterfront area, provides the perfect destination for several days of relaxed and exciting exploration.
Known as the enchanted land of the Cherokee Indians, Georgia’s northwest region is where driving, walking, cycling and riding trails lead you through to the area’s Native American roots, whereas South Eastern Georgia offers a backdrop of beautiful scenery and agricultural history.
Retreat to the mountains of North-east Georgia, to the Chattahoochee National Forest, a vast protected scenic and recreational area scattered with cabins and cottages. This region, with its foothills and wine region also serves as the gateway to the Appalachian Mountains and provides the starting point for the famous ‘Appalachian Trail’ which runs 2,000 miles Georgia to Maine.