Myrtle Beach Tourism
A beach town along the East Coast seldom misses the radar of college students looking for some spring break debauchery, but that’s not all Myrtle Beach is about. Families too like to vacation here, bask in the sun, walk along the boardwalk and sight-see- quite opposite to what spring breakers would do actually. Playing host to two different types of vacationers, Myrtle Beach is one of the best destinations if you primarily just want to relax and take a step back as life passes by you.
Apart from the vast expanses of the sun, sand, water and everything else in between, there’s more to Myrtle Beach. In addition to the umpteen number of family theme parks, the city also has its fair share of museums and heritage that is most definitely worth seeing.
Essential travel information and Myrtle Beach tips for your visit
- Stock up on sunscreen and hats to shield yourself from the sun. You want to be seen sporting a nice tan, not drastically alter your natural skin.
- Whilst you’re on the beach, watch out for jellyfish. Usually there’ll be signs put up but even if they’re not, exercise some caution. If you are stung, wash the area with salt water and go see the lifeguard.
- The people of Myrtle Beach are known for the southern hospitality; if someone greets you, take time to engage in some conversation, even if it’s small talk.
- Visit Myrtle Beach’s tourism board or visitors centres and pick up coupons that will allow you discounts at restaurants, attractions, shopping etc.
Myrtle Beach Trip Planner
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