Georgia Travel Guide

Georgia’s Eurasian mix and chequered past has spawned a travelling gem

Georgia is full of fascinating wonders; it is the proud home of the first European in the world and enjoys a long history dating back to 3000 years. Remains of the Homo Georgicus in Dnamisi verifies the fact the existence of humans here long before other human remains were discovered in Eurasia. Georgia has great natural and manmade wonders that make it an appealing destination for travelers. It offers excellent parks teeming with wildlife, lakes, rivers, waterfalls and great opportunities for sigh seeing and thrilling adventures.

The Okefenokee Swamp in Southern Georgia is fascinating with its complex network of natural waterways that create floating islands, when you step on the islands you can feel the earth tremble yet they support vast forests. It is a lush area to connect with nature and explore different species of animals. If you are looking for adventure, look no further than the Chattahoochee National Forest, it offers stunning sceneries of lakes, lush forests, rivers and waterfalls hat make activities such as kayaking, swimming, canoeing and camping possible here. If you have had enough of natural areas, head to industrial places such as the World of Coca-Cola and discover just how this popular drink is made. Take a historical trip to Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site, learn more about this historic figure, and tour his hometown. Take time to visit the Jekyll Island and relax in its beaches or indulge in a game of golf.

Full of wonders and unbelievable myths, Georgia is a land that raises a lot of curiosity and offers varied attractions ranging from ancient to modern and even mythical.