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WHY CHOOSE Myrtle Beach for Spring Break?


    One of the top choices for a Cheap Spring Break for college students is Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.


  • 60 miles of soft sandy beaches that is perfect for every visitor
  • Home to superb-quality restaurants and other dining establishments
  • Beginner and extreme water sports
  • Excellent golf courses in the southern area
  • Culture and history
  • High-end malls, bargain shops, and everything in between
  • Saltwater and freshwater fishing

 

ABOUT Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach is host to around 14.6 million tourists every year. One notable area is the Grand Strand; it is a popular destination during every season. Some of the area’s attractions include beautiful beaches and well-designed golf courses. It is also home to new retail developments, theme parks, and almost 2,000 dining places.
There is no doubt that Myrtle Beach is an important spring break destination. In fact, with its 450 hotels, tourism plays a big role in its economy. Most of the hotels are located on the beachfront so guests can enjoy a very nice view of the sea.

HISTORY

Before the arrival of the Europeans to South Carolina, the Long Bay area was primarily inhabited by the Waccamaw Indians. This tribe used the river for their livelihood and travel. In the 18th Century, the first Europeans arrived in the area in an attempt to expand the plantation system. But yields were of inferior quality because the soil near the coast was sandy.

But the beauty of Myrtle Beach was simply too attractive for people not to notice it. Soon, vacationers were trooping to the area to relax and unwind. The beautiful landscape and climate of the area also helped attract more tourists. Nowadays, Myrtle Beach Spring Break is a popular place for college students on their spring break.

DAYTIME ACTIVITIES

If you’re thinking of going to Myrtle Beach for Spring Break, then you’ve probably heard about one or several of its top attractions. Here, we’ll just give you a summary of the places you should visit. The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk is noted by the National Geographic as the top 3 boardwalk in America. Other travel publications have recognized its beauty as well.

For people who want more fun and adventure, there are many amusement parts here including the Nascar Speedpark, Family Kingdom Amusement Park, the Freestyle Music Park, and the OD Pavilion Amusement Park among others. Of course, you also shouldn’t miss out of beach activities like sailing, kayaking, parasailing, jet skiing, and riding the banana boat.

THE NIGHTLIFE

One of the must-visits for partygoers is the Carolina Opry. It features comedy, musical, dance, and entertainment shows features the best of the 60s, 70s, and 80s. They also have the “LIGHT” which is a laser extravaganza.
The river boat casinos are also gaining popularity. Some of these including the San Cruz – Aquasino, Southern Elegance, and Big M Casino are all located in the Little River waterfront. Take note that these establishments require federal ID before letting you board.

DINING AND DRINKING

If you’re in Myrtle Beach during Spring Break, the best places to start off with include the Broadway at the Beach and the Restaurant Row. These offer varied selections that will suit every palate and preference. Some of the choices include Japanese steakhouses, Fondu restaurants, and German and Italian restaurants. After trying out several places, you are bound to have a favorite that you’ll crave over and over again. Many travelers talk highly about Angelo’s Steak and Pasta while Key West Grill is also a must. The legal drinking age is 21.

THE WEATHER

The weather at Myrtle Beach can be classified as humid subtropical. The city has hot, sticky summers and mild winders. It can rain at any time of the year although it is mostly concentrated during the summer months. June and July are the rainiest months.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR U.S. CITIZENS

Since Myrtle Beach in South Carolina is located within the United States, there is no need for US citizens to worry about entry requirements like passports and visas. Visit Myrtle Beach at your convenience!

LANGUAGE

English is the primary language.

TRANSPORTATION

The Myrtle Beach International Airport is situated in the southern part of the city, around a mile away from the Atlantic Ocean. It has more than 60 miles of beaches so travelers can expect beautiful sceneries that are almost ceaseless. Once you arrive at the airport, going to the hotel should be easy. There are taxis, limousine services, and car rental firms at the airport.

MONEY

Being located in the United States, the currency that is accepted in Myrtle Beach is the US dollar. It is issued in 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100 denominations. Most shops in the area accept debit and credit cards. However, it is strongly suggested for you to carry small amounts of cash. For travelers who are arriving outside the US, there are money exchanges found at the airport.

ELECTRICITY

The typical set up in the U.S.A. and Canada: 110 Volts, 60 cycles, A.C.

TIME ZONE

Las Vegas is located in the Pacific Time Zone and follows PST.

TIPPING

Most people tip around 15% on restaurants and bar tabs, $2 (U.S.) per person for bellboys, and $2 (U.S.) per room/per night for maids. On large parties of eight or more, most restaurants will include a tip of 18% in the bill for you.

ABOUT THE WATER

Tap water in Myrtle Beach is generally safe.

 

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