Cruise the East Coast Inland Passage through a rich past that has influenced this country since the days of early exploration.
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Situated in the Mid-Atlantic state of Maryland is the impressive city of Baltimore, which offers an insight into African American culture. Head to the city’s harbour, where you will enjoy an unparalleled experience consisting of live jazz music, a variety of museums and attractions, and a plethora of shops.
The southern culture of St Michaels, in Maryland, will enchant you upon arrival. The architecture in this city reflects many different eras, while also being a mecca for shoppers and foodies. A plethora of artisan shops and speciality food shops line the streets and are sure to delight the senses.
Located in the state of Virginia is the historic naval city of Norfolk, which is home to the world’s largest naval base. Aside from its military roots, Norfolk also offers a wealth of culture in the world many fascinating museums, and performing arts such as opera, symphony and ballet.
Situated on the banks of North Carolina is the town of Kitty Hawk, which is made up of a village community which has existed for many generations. There is also a beach area, with many modern residential cottages and a woodland area, which is home to a variety of plant and animal life.
As the largest town of the Crystal Coast region of Carteret County, North Carolina, Morehead City is situated on the opposite shore of the Bogue Sound. A walk along the Morehead waterfront offers a pleasant experience and is where the fishing boats come to dock. The town is renowned for its market produce, with a fish market and the oldest continuously-running curb market in North Carolina.
The city of Wilmington is located in North Carolina and is famous for its collection of beaches and historic plantations. It is also home to a number of architectural wonders including Bellamy Manion, which was built in 1859 and is a fine example of the antebellum style. Wilmington is also home to the Airlie Gardens, which is made up of 67 acres of flora and freshwater lakes.
The seaport city of Charleston is situated in the state of South Carolina. It features a historic downtown, which is located on the peninsula formed by the Ashley and Cooper Rivers. Although Charleston was captured during the Civil War, many of the city’s buildings have remained standing for hundreds of years. There are many historic buildings worth visiting here including many historic town buildings and places of worship.
The South Carolina city of Beaufort is considered to be off the beaten track, but rewards discerning travellers with fabulous scenic beauty. It is a city of strategic importance, having played a part in many of America’s most significant historical events. Many homes dating back to the American Civil War remain in the city to this day.
Situated just across the border from Savannah, in Georgia, is Hilton Head Island. This 12-mile barrier island offers a beautiful setting, with many gorgeous beaches and lush green golf courses. From Harbour Town, you will be able to admire the multi-million dollar yachts as they sail in and out of the island to the Atlantic Ocean.
The historic riverside city of Savannah is considered to be the birthplace of Georgia. Its architecture was unaffected during times of conflict throughout the 19th century and, as a result, it offers a unique charm. This will become more apparent as you wander the streets of Savannah, particularly the cobbled River Street which is home to the sculpture of the Waving Girl.
A visit to St Simons Island will allow you to appreciate unspoilt natural beauty at its finest. Located in Coastal Georgia, this island is home to beaches which have been voted as America’s favourite in recent years. Towards the northern tip of St Simons Island is a fort, which was built in 1736 in a bid to protect the Georgia border from Spanish invaders to the south.
Located on the coast of the state of Georgia is Jekyll Island which, up until the early 20th century, was owned by the Jekyll Island Club – made up of some of the most elite families in America. It was sold back to the state in 1947 and is renowned for its wealth of outdoor opportunities including golf and fishing off one of the many gorgeous beaches.
Fernandina Island is an active shield volcano and is the youngest of the Galapagos Islands. Due to its volcanic activity the island does not hold much plant life; however it does support large numbers of wildlife. The bustling wildlife can be viewed with a visit to the outskirts, including marine iguanas, Flightless Cormorants and large numbers of penguins, pelicans and sea lions.
Located in northern Florida is the city of Jacksonville – the state’s largest city. There are many places of interest within the city including the Jacksonville Museum of Science and History, which is known for its exhibits on the archaeology of Florida’s Native Americans. There is also a big scene in Jacksonville with regards to art, with a number of art museums and galleries dotted throughout the city. Other highlights in the city to visit include the nature parks, a sports complex which contains the Coliseum, Wolfson Park, and the Gator Bowl American Football stadium.
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