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In Georgia you will find the perfect blend of Southern hospitality, charming heritage towns, and all of the sophistication of glittering metropolitan areas like Atlanta. In the north the beautiful greenery of the Appalachian foothills beckon you to stop for a rest to drink in the view and enjoy a tall glass of iced lemonade! Further south sprawling lakeland scenery and acres of incredible pristine nature paradise locations await your discovery alongside miles of gorgeous white sand beaches and tiny offshore islands.Georgia Cabins
These cabins are dotted in and around beautiful Chattahoochee National Forest, along the South Carolina border near Red Creek and Lake Hartwell along the Savannah River and near Gainesville. On the coast you will find options near Brunswick. Browse a lovely selection of accommodation options that feature fully equipped, spacious, interiors with fabulous rustic lodge decor and superb access to the gorgeous scenery of local lakes and attractions. The cabin & lodge accommodation on offer features properties with a pool, garden or terrace with a peaceful rural view for relaxing. Find a Georgia getaway for 2, 4, 6, 8 or 10 guests with fabulous large cabins options for groups of as many as 32 guests!
Travelers and activities
In Georgia you will find yourself in home cooked Southern Food heaven! There are some incredible food items for ardent foodies to try on Georgia´s culinary trail. Georgia is known as “The Peach State” and you will find a myriad of peach flavors in jams, jellies, ice creams and peach cobbler. Be sure to sample Georgia´s signature tender, juicy fried chicken that is well seasoned and perfectly crisp on the outside. Low Country Boil is a mouthwatering one pot dish featuring shrimp, sausage, potatoes and corn. Shrimp and grits and iconic buttermilk pie should also top your list!Georgia USA for water sport enthusiasts
Georgia boasts some of the USA´s finest and most scenic recreational areas for watersport. The sprawling waterways of Lake Lanier and Lake Allatoona provide water sport enthusiasts with hours of fun! Whether you love boating, fishing, kayaking, wakeboarding, waterskiing, pontooning or jet skiing you will find the perfect sport for fun filled vacation days enjoying the watersport you are most passionate about! If a lazy, freshwater swim at Lake Allatoona’s Victoria Beach near Gainesville or a day out on one of Georgia´s stunning white sand beaches near Brunswick on the Atlantic Coast tops your list, you will find this type of activity within easy reach for an action packed vacation!
Did you know that Georgia was named after King George II as the last of the original British colonies!
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Here is your chance to walk across an 82 meter suspension bridge across the beautiful Toccoa River. Head to this popular North Georgia summer destination for day hikers and paddlers enjoying the Toccoa River Canoe Trail. The scenic drive through the Wilscot Valley and a stop at the historic Skeenah Mills and Falls on the way for a picnic will make the adventure even more memorable!2. Ride on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway
All aboard for one of the best ways to enjoy the tranquil beauty of North Georgia! Board the Blue Ridge Railway for a touch of vintage whimsy that transports you back in time as you travel through the lovely scenery of the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. This splendid 4 hour adventure takes you on a 41 km round trip through North Georgia´s exquisite countryside with an opportunity to disembark for a few hours and explore the delightful twin towns of McCaysville Georgia and Copperville, Tennessee!3. Savannah Historic District
Savannah´s discreet, old world charm and unsurpassed elegance will remain on your mind long after your vacation has ended! This beautiful town is a must see on any Georgia itinerary and the historic downtown is a great place to while away a few hours as you explore the 22 unique, park-like historic squares. The heritage City Market district offers you four blocks of shops, restaurants and galleries while the refurbished warehouses of River Street are a mecca for upmarket dining and bars.4. Visit Okefenokee Swamp
This larger than life Georgia nature wonderland is a must see attraction in Southern Georgia! You will find unbelievable nature and pristine waterways for exploring in this nature preserve that is America's largest blackwater swamp covering 438000 acres. There are a myriad of tours and activities to enjoy in this spectacular wildlife oasis such as kayaking, bike rentals, guided canopy boat tours of the waterways and even a train tour! You can expect fabulous wildlife sightings of gators, a variety of birds and even bears!5. Lake Lanier
Lake Lanier is an enormous recreational lake that is actually the largest lake in Georgia. The source for Lake Lanier’s water is high in Georgia’s Blue Ridge mountains! There is something for everyone to enjoy here and millions of visitors arrive annually to enjoy the wonderful lakeshore facilities for fishing, boating, camping, kayaking, water skiing, swimming and golfing. Lanier Islands is a gorgeous 1200 acre island resort with luxury lakeside amenities located on the chain of small islands in the lake.6. Atlanta Botanical Garden
This magnificent 30 acre garden is situated in the northwest corner of Atlanta’s gorgeous Piedmont Park. This midtown urban oasis contains rare and renowned plant collections and is a top Atlanta attraction! Spectacular exhibitions and magnificent displays such as the absolutely gorgeous giant earth goddess sculpture made of plants will delight your senses as you stroll about. There are plenty of incredible photo opportunities here in delightful corners such as the prize winning Children’s Garden, Storza Woods Canopy Walk and the tropical Fuqua Conservatory that is home to incredible tropical palms and conifers.7. Georgia Aquarium
Get ready for a mind blowing adventure taking in the glorious world of marine life! Georgia Aquarium is one of the largest and foremost oceanarium complexes in the world. Here you can expect to see more than 100000 animals from 500 species in seven stunning galleries. The Predators of the Deep Tank is absolutely incredible. This is a very popular Georgia tourist attraction so arrive early to avoid the crowds. There is a wonderful dolphin and sea lion presentation as well as a 4D theater experience that will have you sitting on the edge of your seat!!