The incredible beauty of the state's national parks awaits us . Climb the famous Appalachian Mountains . Take a trip along the east coast . Visit many historical sites.

South and North Carolina Landscapes

This journey is entirely dedicated to the incredible nature of North Carolina and its surrounding states. Many may wonder why it is only nature? The answer is quite simple: in today's world, there are very few things that could help us forget about our gadgets and social networks for a while. We go on this trip with the main goal of enjoying nature and having a good rest from the various information noises that accompany us in our daily lives. We are planning to drive through numerous national parks, visit the famous Appalachian mountains, as well as take a short drive along the east coast of the country, where we also have many beautiful natural places, and then plans to return to Charlotte.

South and North Carolina Landscapes

10 days itinerary by Jonathan May - Uninhabited Nature - Car, 9 Hotels

Road Trip Categories: Uninhabited Nature

Day 1: Arriving in Charlotte

Today begins our trip to North Carolina. On the first day we plan to take a little walk on arrival and solve some organizational issues, such as renting a car and checking into a hotel.
Visiting: Charlotte

Day 2: National parks north of the capital

Our plan today is to get together early in the morning and recover to the northwest. We intend to visit some of the state's largest national parks. We're going to see the incredible nature of the mountains and forests near the town of Ashville.
Visiting: Charlotte, Asheville, Linville, Burnsville

Day 3: Through the mountains and forests

Today we have also planned to devote ourselves to the survey of local beauties, among which there will be several picturesque parks, we will also take a walk in the mountains. In addition, we plan to visit a historical estate surrounded by a green area.
Visiting: Asheville, Waynesville, White Oaks, Clyde, Maggie Valley

Day 4: Back to the capital

Today, our plans are to see several natural sites south of Ashville and then head back to the state capital. On that day, we plan to complete a nature survey in that area.
Visiting: Waynesville, Charlotte, Maggie Valley, Cedar Mountain, Hendersonville

Day 5: On the way to the coast

Our journey continues, and today we have plans to go to the east coast. Before that we will spend a few hours in the entertainment center, visit several historical sites, as well as visit the botanical garden.
Visiting: Charlotte, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Chapel Hill

Day 6: Forests off the Atlantic coast

Our road to the east coast continues, we plan to arrive there by tonight. Various natural beauties, rivers and forests await us along the way as well. Our way is through major national parks.
Visiting: Chapel Hill, Nags Head, Winterville, Greenville, Kitty Hawk

Day 7: Beauty on the coast

Today's journey will take place along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. We plan to drive through some interesting historical places, to visit various parks and forests. By tonight we plan to be in Jacksonville.
Visiting: Kitty Hawk, Harkers Island, Columbia, New Bern, Swansboro, Jacksonville

Day 8: In parks and beaches

A trip along the Atlantic is the dream of any traveler. Along the coast there are many different beauties, including a variety of parks, beaches and historical attractions.
Visiting: Jacksonville, Surf City, Myrtle Beach, Awendaw, Isle of Palms, Georgetown, Mount Pleasant, Charleston

Day 9: On the way to Charlotte

Today is the last full day of our journey. We're going from South Carolina back to Charlotte. On the way we will visit various historical places, interesting museums and parks.
Visiting: Charleston, Columbia, Sullivans Island, Tega Cay, Charlotte

Day 10: Morning tours

We intend to spend the last morning of our trip also with benefit. That's why we have plans to go on a tour to one of the largest museums of the city - NASCAR Racing Museum after breakfast.
Visiting: Charlotte