With the ease and accessibility of smart phones and online bookings, we come across one main question regarding travel agencies – are they really necessary?
We think so!
Full of rich history and untouched wildlife, Cumberland Islands rank high on our list of places in Georgia to explore. The Cumberland Islands are Georgia's very own barrier reef islands that are now protected as a National Seashore by the National Parks Service. The island is only accessible by ferry via St. Mary’s, Georgia, and personal vehicles are not allowed. This destination is ideal for either a day trip or weekend trip depending on your desired level of intensity. We'll elaborate more, but let us explain why we love the Cumberland Islands so much.
Don't disregard this close-to-home destination. Sitting at just over 3 hours from our travel office, Atlanta is one of the hubs of the Southeast United States. Full of southern culture with urban influences, Atlanta offers a little something for everyone. Consider trading the slow pace of the south for the faster pace of the city in a end-of-summer getaway!
Five south Georgia middle-aged adventure seekers just returned from a great weekend at Historic Banning Mills, which is located between Newnan and Carrollton, Georgia. It sits on a beautiful gorge with Snake Creek river flowing below. The Historic Banning Mills is an ideal place for those who are looking for adventure, or those who are looking to just soak up nature at a more relaxed pace.