Myrtle Beach Vacations & Travel Packages!
Myrtle Beach is a coastal city alongside the Grand Strand beach in Horry County in South Carolina, United States. It is best known for its warm subtropical climate, electric waterfront ambiance, superb seafood and shopping experiences. During their Myrtle Beach vacations, visitors can also enjoy mini-golf, helicopter rides and go-carting. It is advisable to book your Myrtle Beach travel packages to save big, and to avoid last minute rush and inflated prices.
The peak time to visit Myrtle Beach is the summer season from June to August. It is warm, sunny and pleasantly placed at 85-88 deg F. The city is immersed in enjoying the beach atmosphere and numerous cultural festivals like Carolina County Music Fest and Myrtle Beach World Amateur.
Places of Interest in Myrtle Beach
Broadway at the Beach
Broadway at the Beach is the largest festival entertainment complex in South Carolina. It exclusively features a stellar mix of several theaters, restaurants, specialty shops, bars, night clubs and hotels that glow to their best after the sunset. This 700000 square feet of livewire is home to fantastic scenes of some pulsating nightlife that are seconded by a 500-foot zip line ride over Lake Broadway.
Myrtle Beach State Park
The Myrtle Beach State Park is 312 acre of beauty and awesomeness along the Grand Strand in South Carolina. It includes a stunning beachfront, a campground, a fishing pier and a network of nature trails through a maritime forest. Also to keep you hooked here with its consistent charm, there is also a nature center that includes a series of exhibit areas focusing on dolphins, sea turtles and local flora and fauna.
Myrtle Beach Boardwalk
Once ranked among top 3 boardwalks by National Geographic, the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk features 1.2 miles of oceanfront sightseeing. One of its star attractions is a 200-foot observation wheel called
Skywheel. It is the first wheel of its kind in the Myrtle Beach State Park and is similar to the Ferris wheel but with glass enclosed cabins that look like gondolas and offer a stunning view of the Atlantic Ocean and a slice of cityscape.