Looking for a new beach or city to explore? Want to experience nature in a new way or an extreme sport you’ve never tried before? Searching for a vacation that will suit every member of your family or friend group? Look No further than Myrtle Beach.
This South Carolina beach town is situated on the Atlantic coast, approximately 2 hours from Charleston, SC, 1.5 hours from Wilmington, NC and just under 4 hours from Charlotte, NC. Visitors can access the area by road trip, which ends in picturesque backroads as you approach Myrtle Beach, or airport- the closest of which are Myrtle Beach International Airport and Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
Visitors to Myrtle Beach can expect a wide array of activities to get involved with- outside of the gorgeous beaches or classic boardwalk area.
Popular tourist attractions include a Ripley’s Believe It or Not museum and aquarium, the Hollywood Wax Museum, and the Myrtle Beach Safari, where visitors can get up close and personal with many beautiful and endangered species. The city houses NASCAR’s Myrtle Beach Speedway, several amusement parks, and its own minor league baseball team.
Those looking for a more action-packed adventure in Myrtle Beach, can catch a helicopter ride over the town, priced as low as $20, or an array of water sports and experiences including jet skiing, parasailing, and dolphin watching tours.
Last and certainly not the least, tourists can get shopping done at any one of Myrtle Beach’s outlet centers or can relax by catching a show at the Carolina Opry or Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament.
While visiting Myrtle Beach, you and your loved ones will never run out of things to do. The beach town offers a perfect combination of adventure, relaxation, and entertainment. Make sure to check out the cozy beach town when you get the chance.
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