Exploring the Eastern Seaboard
Do you have a taste for adventure? Do you enjoy exploring historic places? Look no further than the Eastern Seaboard of the United States. Each state along the coast offers unique culture and attractions, and there is sure to be something to suit every vacationer’s dream.
If you love spending time in or around water, the coastal states will not disappoint. Georgia, the Carolinas, Florida and Maine are all famous for their pristine beaches. Maryland, Delaware and Virginia are home to the Chesapeake Bay watershed, the nation’s largest estuary and one of the three largest estuaries in the world. Consider sailing tours Chesapeake Bay for your adventure, as well as water-skiing, surfing and kayaking in the rivers and bays.
The East Coast is steeped in history, encompassing the original thirteen colonies as well as Maine and Florida. If you love old historic towns with quaint shopping districts, you’re in for a special treat all up and down the coast. Some of the best antique hunting in the nation can be found there as well, along with the great heritage of American craftsmanship in furniture, art and pottery.
Eastern states are famous for their long-standing seafood traditions. Gourmands and foodies alike can relish tasting all the historical dishes, including clam chowder, lobster roll, crab boil, fish cakes and the most famous of them all, the New England clam bake, which involves baking clams, corn, potatoes and lobster together in a large pot. Just the thought can make you hungry enough to want to visit!
These ideas only scratch the surface of all the adventures and activities possible along the Eastern Seaboard. Pack your bags, grab your wallet and prepare your appetite, and you’ll be in for an adventure that will make memories for years to come.