Georgia Just a Peach
A Tailor-Made Fly-Drive Holiday to The Deep South, USA
Although not filmed there, Gone with the Wind was very much rooted in Georgia and with many other films, like Driving Miss Daisy and Forrest Gump, give a firm mpression of the State. This fly drive takes you north east into the Appalachian mountains with breathtaking scenery dramatic vistas, wild white water and unspoiled forests. Then head to Augusta, ‘The Garden City’ and the Historic South region with its rich culture and magical garden colours. Further south on the Coast spend time in Savannah the ‘Southern Belle City’. The journey then follows the coast, past islands, linked to the mainland by bridges, with pristine beaches and golf courses, to St Marys a small coastal village located in southeast Georgia which remains one of the States best kept secrets. Return north through the Historic South region to Macon and on to Atlanta.
Tree-shaded squares decorate the City in a patchwork of green, while lively restaurants bars and music scene can keep visitors dancing into the small hours.
This historic village is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle with Cumberland Island an unspoiled and natural habitat a 45 min boat ride away.
Macon & The Antebellum Trail
A vibrant City home to some of
the nation’s most well-preserved
antebeallum mansions The Trail
runs north to Athens from Macon.
Along the coast no sharp boundary separates land and sea with countless creeks estuaries and lazy rivers. Dry land dissolves into tidewater in a graceful melange of marsh sea sand and sky.
Northern Georgia rewards with unforgettable sights and sounds – towering waterfalls, secluded gorges, orchards, farms and little towns wedged among the