Charter a bus in South Carolina for seniors, amusement parks, parties & more. South Carolina is one of the top ten tourist states in the United States. What is the best way to get around South Carolina (SC)?
A charter bus is by far the easiest way for you to navigate the many terrains, sights, sounds, and attractions awaiting you in South Carolina. This multicultural state with mountain backdrops and endless coastline attracts worldwide visitors the year around, usually about 8 million annually. Imagine this scene on a charter bus. Many of the visitors to South Carolina enjoy the Carolina Ice Palace, the Grand Strand, the South Carolina Aquarium, Hilton Head Island, and the Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Highway. North Myrtle Beach, a suburb of Myrtle Beach, is one of the state's many famous resort centers.
Other popular seaside resorts include Edisto Island, Fripp Island, Hilton Head Island, Isle of Palms, Kiawah Island, Murrell's Inlet, and Pawleys Island. A US Coachways charter bus can do it all. Columbia is the capital of South Carolina and Charleston ranks as the state's biggest city, so where do you want to go?
South Carolina has been nicknamed the Palmetto State because it has palmetto trees in abundance. Partly as a result of the humid, subtropic climate, mild and brief winters, and also because of the low cost of living, millions of older people spend their retirement years in the state. charter bus senior groups on coach buses equipped with air conditioning so they can ride safely in comfort. charter bus a group to any of South Carolina's 46 state parks, and spend the day fishing, or hiking through the forests and mountains. Charter a bus to the Grand Strand, the collection of beaches stretching 60 miles down the coast from Little River to Georgetown. Visitors may walk along the shores, or engage in water sports, golf, tennis, shop at the vast collection of outlets and boutiques, sample the cuisine from the selection of 2,000 restaurants in the area, or enjoy family-type entertainment.
The hospitality, slower pace of living, and balmy weather make South Carolina a year-round vacationland. charter bus a group to one of the top attractions in the state, Broadway at the Beach, in Myrtle Beach. charter bus your group/party to spend a day playing miniature golf, or charter bus a group for a night out dancing at any of the nightclubs or to take in a show. Picture the oceanfront--picture a charter bus to get you there.
In the southeast, Charleston is identified as The Palmetto City, also considered the most historic city in America, and one of the busiest ones in South Carolina. Having played a major role during the Civil War era, its attractions include the Fort Sumter National Monument—site of the first conflict between the confederate and union armies, Drayton Hall—the oldest preserved plantation, and Middleton Place—a historic home with the oldest landscaped gardens in the U.S. The South Carolina Aquarium, visited most frequently in Charleston, contains a vast representation of wildlife found throughout South Carolina, from the sea to the mountains. You can tour Cypress Gardens on a charter bus. People enjoy walking, paddling through the cypress swamp, and interacting with the wildlife.
Plan to charter bus a trip to the Boone Plantation, featured in the movie Gone with the Wind, or plan to charter a bus through the city's historical Magnolia Cemetery. charter bus a trip to the Carolina Ice Palace, the family playground sports complex for hockey, skating, extreme sports, and video games. Or, charter a bus to Hunting Island State Park, where you can view South Carolina's coastline, camp, or tour the Hunting Island Lighthouse. Outside the city, you can charter bus to the Francis Beidler Forest in Four Holes Swamp and see the largest remaining virgin stand remaining of tupelo and bald cypress trees in the world. Partnered with the National Audubon Society, the conservatory has a vast collection of wildlife throughout. Take a tour of Angel Oak Park, home of the oldest oak tree, which is over 1,400 years old.
Further south off South Carolina's coast is Hilton Head Island, originally occupied by the Creek tribe of Native Americans, then later discovered in a Spanish expedition in 1521. Visitors can charter bus through the area and see all it has to offer. Complete with its typical southern appeal and easygoing pace, this sought-after island hideaway alone sees an average of 25,000 visitors annually. You can charter bus to Shelter Cover Harbor for fishing or kayaking. You may decide to charter bus a group to Palmetto Dunes Plantation, mentioned in Forbes magazine's top eleven family resorts. It has five championship golf courses, golf schools, and a tennis center.
Maybe your group would like to charter bus a trip to the Coastal Discovery Museum, to learn about the many sea creatures on the island. South Carolina is a triangularly-shaped state, bordered southwest by the Atlantic Ocean coastline, and the Blue Ridge Mountains to the northwest, which meets up with the Piedmont plateau in the northeast. The state has 187 miles of coastline, making it the 11th longest in the U.S., and is also ranked 40th for land size at 31,113 square miles. Tour South Carolina's many terrains on a charter bus.
Charter bus groups for special events in South Carolina, such as the Family Circle Cup women's tennis tournament in Charleston, or the Spoleto Festival U.S.A. also in Charleston, the PGA Club Professional Championship in Kiawah Island, as well as any of the statewide games for the professional hockey, baseball, or soccer teams. Golfing, white water paddling, tennis, horseback riding, and swimming are popular. Think charter bus to get you to these exciting events without the hassles of driving in traffic.
In South Carolina's northwest, the town of North Augusta is the product of James U. Jackson's visions of creating a new town worthy of visitors. Completed in 1906, it eventually was extended to the Savannah River, neighboring with Augusta, Georgia. With a charter bus through the town, you are sure to discover its unique sense of community achievement, harmony, and friendliness. From the River Golf Club, to the Old Towne Artisan's Fair, or the Colonial Times Living History Park, North Augusta has something for everyone.
Think charter bus for a tour of the Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Highway, in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, known at the "Great Blue Hills of God” by the Cherokee Indians who once inhabited this area of South Carolina. Stroll the 300 acres found in the Blue Ridge County Park, the hilly and rugged True Blue Plantation, or tour the goat dairy at Split Creek Farm on a charter bus of your choice. Seniors and groups with children might also enjoy touring Perdue's Mountain Fruit Farm, followed by a picnic on the grounds.
South Carolina has several sports-themed sites to visit. If you like stock car related events, tour Darlington Raceway and the Stock Car Museum on a charter bus. Perhaps your group would also enjoy touring Florence Motor Speedway, or Hardeeville Motor Speedway. If golf is your passion, spend some time perfecting your game at Grande Dunes Golf Course or Crosswinds Golf Club. For white water paddling, charter a bus and take a group to Chattanooga National Wild and Scenic River. South Carolina has it all!
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