Alex recommends 5 great attractions in wintry Myrtle Beach. If you’re traveling on a dime, the best season for travel is always the off season.
Beach destinations make great vacation choices. There’s warm sunshine, white sand beaches, and big blue skies. But in more temperate climates, late fall and winter can put a real damper on your plans. It’s rainy. It’s too cold to swim. And some of the best outdoor attractions shut down until spring.
Because of this, you can save a lot of money traveling to beach towns at this time of year, since many businesses lower prices to attract more patrons. But what’s there to do once you get there?
Here are my recommendations for Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
1. Helicopter Ride
To be perfectly honest, I’m not a fan of helicopters. Both the news and Hollywood productions have taught me that these things are fragile – easy to take down, easy to crash.
That was, however, until I got to Myrtle Beach and saw ads for rides at just $20. This…
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