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While it’s true, most travelers flock to beaches in the summer, there are still plenty of fun activities to do at the beach when the fall arrives. With its year round mild temperatures, Charleston SC’s beaches can still be sunny and warm well into November or even December. The water is still warm from the summer months, the sunrises over the Atlantic are just as breathtaking, there are far less people than in the busy summer season, and all of this combined makes for an abundance of fall fun in
Charleston is an exciting city that provides the culture, history, and entertainment it takes to make your trip unforgettable. However, it may just be the water surrounding this coastal city that creates an undeniable thrill. Those with a passion for watersports will find Charleston to be a place of seemingly endless opportunities. Whether you’re in it for the adrenaline rush, views of the coastline, or looking to catch a wave, there’s something on the water for you. Enjoy this three-day Charleston watersports itinerary and allow it to inspire your next Charleston adventure. There’s so much more
The Holy City draws visitors from around the country for its rich history, delicious cuisine, and stunning sights. While our historic town is a year-round destination, summer is when it truly comes to life. Energetic, vibrant, and brimming with potential, those who love to get out and explore will want to experience our Lowcountry jewel. Keep reading to discover how to make the most of your three-day summer itinerary in Charleston. Searching for more things to do and places to see on your vacation? Our Charleston Insider’s Guide is full
Plane tickets are booked, bags are packed, and you even remembered to grab your cell phone charger! Now all that’s left to do is travel to Charleston for a one-of-a-kind vacation along the South Carolina coast. But how do you transform an ordinary vacation into an unforgettable one? We’ve pulled together some top tips for making the most of a holiday in the Holy City and it starts with planning ahead.