Tourism in Georgia
Tourism in Georgia
Georgia it is over 9.6 million Population, State of South United. With its capital Atlanta, is surrounded by Alabama to the west, Tennessee and North Carolina to the north, South Carolina and Atlantic Ocean to the east, South Florida and an access to banks the Mexico Gulf.
Are named it is from King George II, King of Great Britain and Ireland 1683-1760).
Georgia was established in 1733 by the British to counter the Spanish settled in Florida, with the establishment of Savannah city.
With an area of 152,577 km², it is the largest state in United States, with to the east the Mississippi River and the Appalachian Mountains to the north, south and east, for their benefit, the Coastal plain.
Are climate is subtropical and humid. It is crossed by many rivers such as: Savannah at the border of Georgia and South Carolina, the Ogeechee, the Altamaha, the Satilla, St Marys river at Georgia and Florida border, Suwannee River and Withlacoochee Alapacha tributaries, the tributaries of the Chattahoochee and Apalachicola River, the Coosa River and the Little Tennessee River.
Georgia, it pierces be the largest state in the South and knows deploy its charms to retain its visitors, it saw the Ray Charles birth, and Martin Luther King,
If Atlanta can stir up the curiosity of monuments fans, the rest of the state has no trouble holding for visitor attention.
With Marais worthy Everglades, fabulous Indian summers in Appalachia, and a nature that is home to a multitude of small communities who can take the time and live in the seasons rhythms.
Occupied by Native Americans to the Yamasse War of 1716, Georgia was coveted by English who want to fight Spanish expansionism.
Cotton country, slavery began to be developed in 1788 to work in plantations of rice and cotton.
Georgia joined the Confederacy in 1861, playing a major role in the American Civil War, and was the last state of the Confederacy to re-enter in the EU July 15, 1870.
Atlanta, with CNN, It is always falls faster in the world, in the shadow of skyscrapers, the home of Martin Luther King neighbor Margaret Mitchell, author of "Gone with the Wind."
There also to the Savannah city, the Creole, and the procession of islands with white beaches of Lowlands stretching along the Atlantic coast from South Carolina to Florida.
Protected from the ocean swell by low islands with alluring beaches alternate with marshes and salt meadows, there are small tranquil harbors, rich in historical memories, as Blackbeard Island (pirate black beard) or Wolf Island, or Wassaw Pinckney.
Coast and its islands are also a sanctuary for wildlife, with the National Wildlife Refuge where we come observe wildlife, especially birds enjoying foster swamps.
Such as: Blue Heron perched or white egrets in the marsh, squadrons of pelicans in the open flow, sea turtles come to lay eggs on beaches, bear or deer, opossums, raccoons or alligator.
These tropical Okefenokee Swamp, have nothing to envy to the Everglades, and the Appalachians, particularly attractive during the Indian summer, are two tourist areas interest visitors to this southern state. without forgetting the oak forests of the Golden Isles, garlanded with gray draperies Spanish moss (Tillansia usneoides), a plant that grows on another plant.
In the Appalachians, visitors will discover in these mountains the perfect place to escape the routine and find an exceptional experience.
The continuation of this outdoor excursion can be done with runs of golf, a bike ride in the mountains of the hinterland, with the ability to come to camp and rafting on mountains rivers.
Country inns, you will savor the local cuisine, accompanied by a wine of Georgia country. Relax and smile will be the appointment.