Georgia: where heritage meets nature
Georgia's natural, serene beauty attracts each season tens of thousands of visitors. From the tops of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the sandy beaches and peaceful islands of Cumberland Island National Seashore – state's 47 green and fun-inspiring state parks are open for Georgia adventure catchers all year round. If you add to this country's most important heritage landmarks, which can be found among old verdant oak alleys, you may be sure that Georgia is the US most unique outdoor destination.
Mountain and hiking maniacs love Georgia for one thing: the world'd most epic hiking route – the Appalachian Trail – starts here, among the deep valleys of Blue Ridge Mountains. If you want to experience the 2100 miles long adventure, head to Georgia right now. But mountains are not the only ones that make Georgia a perfect outdoor destination: visit Columbus to enjoy world's longest urban whiterafting on Chattahoochee river to check your water sports adrenaline level!
A fascinating mix of heritage and nature makes Georgia a unique destination – find out, what adventures await you there!