Georgia is a big state with a diverse terrain and a thriving coastal economy, and it offers something for just about every traveler.

The 8 Best Places to Visit in Georgia

Okefenokee Swamp.

A 438,000-acre wetland on the Georgia-Florida border, Okefenokee Swamp is a natural wonder of the world.


Cumberland Island

Located off the southern tip of Georgia, Cumberland Island National Seashore is home to a unique blend of history, adventure and nature.


Providence Canyon State Park

Often called Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon,” Providence Canyon State Park is a unique nature experience that offers a combination of beautiful hiking trails


Callaway Gardens

Located in Pine Mountain, Georgia, Callaway Gardens is one of the most beautiful places to visit in the state. It has 14,000 acres of woodlands, lakes, and gardens.


Tallulah Falls

Located in the Northeast corner of Georgia, Tallulah Falls is a must-visit destination for any Georgia vacation.


Golden Isles of Georgia.

From a magical string of marshes to a laid-back coastal lifestyle, the Golden Isles of Georgia teem with coastal charm and natural beauty


Jimmy Carter National Historic Site

A visit to Jimmy Carter National Historic Site gives you the chance to learn about the 39th President of the United States and how he became an icon.


Amicalola Falls.

Amicalola Falls, one of Georgia’s seven wonders, is located in a stunning mountain landscape in Chattahoochee National Forest.