Myrtle Beach all-inclusive vacations

The Myrtle Beach all-inclusive vacations of South Carolina are among the top seafront holidays on the planet. Myrtle Beach is a beach resort town that features fun, excitement, thrill, and entertainment in variety of way – both expected and unexpected! This Atlantic treat is actually an embodiment of not only endless white stretch of dunes along the pristine waters, but is also several outdoor activities, museums, water parks, golf courses, shopping malls, and resorts. Convincing over 15 million people for the memorable Myrtle Beach all-inclusive vacations is seriously not a child’s play! So, each one, right from a kid to a senior citizen, can expect some kind of indulging activity here.

Getting around by driving own vehicle is not recommended here as this is among the top places in the list of road accidents. So, it is better to catch a Lymo (bus) for $2 to $5 as per the distance or go for a private cab service for up to $50 across the Grand Strand at the rate of $2.80 per mile set by the City of Myrtle Beach. Go and try Myrtle Beach all-inclusive vacations.

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Start your beachside expedition with the Broadway at the Beach where there are more than 100 shops, restaurants, and other forms of family entertainment. For the kids, there exists Ripley’s Aquarium, Pavillion Nostalgia Park with many rides, Dragon’s Lair Fantast Mini-Golf, Walking Waterball, and MagiQuest as a virtual reality game walk through. On the other hand, adults can choose among the several pubs, IMAX 3D Theater, Nascar SpeedPark, Myrtle Waves Water Park, and the latest WonterWorks whose virtual experience is the only kind on the planet. Among the dining options, the few of the options are Planet Hollywood, Hard Rock Cafe, and Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville.

As Broadway is a must to visit, so is the Barefoot Landing without which none of the Myrtle Beach vacations are complete. This is for the people visiting the North Myrtle Beach, which is flanked by a shimmering lake. The only different with the former counterpart is that this one is more focused on the natural charm although it offers shopping, dining, and entertainment. The main highlights are Ron Jon’s surf shop and Del Sol for the color changing products, The Alabama Theater, Alligator Adventure, Ghosts and Legends Theater, Barefoot Princess for dinner – sightseeing- sunset cruises, Mirror maze, T.I.G.E.R.S Preservation Station, and Old Tyme Portraits. Some of the best dining options are Johnny Rocket’s and House of Blues.

Also worth is the historic Myrtle Beach Pavilion where now the strollers are seen more than screamers of the former amusement park. If you are with your family, you just cannot miss the fun at some of the parks. From here, reach the Myrtle Beach Wax Museum where you will see all in wax. Before you go to the adrenaline-pumping parks, do also visit the Brookgreen Gardens that is the home of the largest collection of American sculpture, floral displays, stunning plants, and small ponds great for relaxation.

Across the gardens is the public beach called the Huntington Beach State Park featuring several types of shells along with the on-site naturalist. On the Ocean Boulevard is the Family Kingdom Amusement Park in the downtown as the sole seaside fun park here on the Grand Strand. My beloved destination was actually its oceanfront water park – Family Kingdom Water Park – a great water chill full of water rides and slides. But, I think you might also love the Myrtle Waves – one of the planet’s largest water parks.

On the George Bishop Parkway is the Freestyle Music Park dedicated to what its name suggest – Rock ‘n’ Roll, pop, beach music, reggae, R&B, disco, and Christian. And lastly, do not miss the 2,200 seater Carolina Opry – the Most Outstanding Attraction according to the South Carolina tourism.

Do look for the Sign Man shop that houses the hand-carved housing symbols supporting the tradition of spotting the beach cottages. These signs are illustrated by Steve Jameson, a local artist who has been already given a national award because of his Myrtle Beach Pavilion portraits.

Eating is at its best here – for those like Asian food, head to the Nakato and Soho, Mexican cuisine is admired at the Casa Blanca Cafe North on the Ocean Blvd and Fiesta Mexicana at the 70th Ave. Like pizzas? Okay, there are many options for you on the Ocean Blvd and Kings Highway such as Ashley’s, Anthony’s, and Benito’s.

For accommodations, the budget people will prefer the Diplomat Family Motel or the Ocean reef Resort on the North Ocean Blvd.

 

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