Lately I’ve been researching the many different and varied states, across the United States of America, as it’s been many years since I last visited this part of the world.
The state of Georgia has caught my eye and maybe it’s somewhere that captures you, if you are on planning to travel across the USA. Here you can find many beautiful natural landscapes and scenery to appreciate and admire. From what I’ve researched, there will always be something to do here whether for a stop over or a longer stay.
Should you need any persuading or ideas whilst visiting the state of Georgia, I invite you to continue reading. If you’re someone who has already spent time here, please leave me a comment and share your experience.
Get Closer To Nature
If you are visiting Georgia then it would be remiss of you to miss an opportunity to visit the aquarium. That happens to be the largest aquarium in America and the third largest in the world. It is home to not just one, but two beautiful whale sharks. What an opportunity to see these majestic creatures. Whilst, I’ve seen many sharks and dolphins, it would be a treat for me to see otters and many other sea species that call Georgia Aquarium home. The Georgia Aquarium provides various talks and displays at different points throughout the day. If you are feeling brave enough then you could even get up close and personal with sharks as you go diving with them, whilst being protected by a cage of course.
Georgia also has many amazing, historic wonders. Here you can find everything from waterfalls to swamps. Each one of these is classed as a wonder in it’s own right. Georgia is home to the tallest cascading waterfall in the Southeast, known as Amicalola Falls in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Within he National Park, there’s also the Amicalola Falls Lodge, known for being a beacon of comfort, rejuvenation, and true Georgia adventure. Heading further north you will find the largest blackwater swamp in North America. Where you can paddle amongst the wildlife and enjoy the breathtaking views of the landscape.
Wonderful Places To Stay
If you are looking for beautiful hotels and guest houses as you journey through the state of Georgia, you’ll find many beautiful places. A number of nice looking places that caught my eye are in the Savannah area, and you can find more information at Savannah Guest Accommodations for recommendations and reviews. Or, if your needing some advice, maybe ask friends and family for ideas if they have visited the state before.
If you love fruit then you may have heard that the best peaches you can sink your teeth into come from Georgia. There is a reason that these peaches trump all the rest and it is all down to the humidity. The heat and humidity never goes away, even overnight. In other places, when the heat dies down, so does the peaches’ sugar production. This causes them to pause and stop developing overnight. Georgia is always humid so the peaches always have the optimal surroundings to grow in.
When researching new places to visit, I’m always curious why a location is calling to me. What, why and where I should see. If you’re curious like me, you can find insightful answers to these questions by learning why location matters. So, maybe Georgia is calling you, and it is my hope that you found this blog interesting and why you should add Georgia on your travel list.
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The timing on this is perfect! We will be there in April. Thanks for the great info!
Wonderful Laureen, I look forward to reading about your stay in Georgia. A little more inspiration to visit.
I have only had a brief exposure to Georgia so it was good to read more about why we need to plan a return visit. We would definitely be heading outdoors and looking for waterfalls. And the architecture and history are a big draw. But who could miss some of the best peaches. I am sure we would find peaches in many foods we never expected!
Linda, I hope you can make a return visit, and I’ll look forward to reading about your experience.
Those peaches look divine! I’d say Georgia should definitely be on one’s travel list, judging by the reasons you have given. I could see myself happily exploring!
You and me both Alma, I’m sure I’d enjoy what Georgia’s Savannah region has to offer; including numerous ways to enjoy those peaches.