7 secret places in Georgia

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When you are travelling, especially to new places, you might have a big question – where to start from? Let me ease you, by telling you about the most beautiful places in Georgia. US is home for some of the world’s best natural wonders that will leave you stunned, by its power and beauty. Located at the southeastern part of America, Georgia is one of the most beautiful places in the country. When it comes to scenery, no other can beat it. Here are 7 different places in Georgia that you need to visit while you’re here.

1. Bellwood Quarry, Atlanta

Bellwood Quarry is located just scant miles west of downtown Atlanta. It is a 100- year-old granite quarry surrounded by acres of wooded land. It was used to shoot the survivor’s camp in “The Walking Dead S1,” and acts as number of locations in “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1.” You may know that the Quarry can carry up to 1.9 million gallons of water, which is 71,922,823.896 liters. The future plans for the site include a common park adjoining the Atlanta Beltline. The property is not currently open to the public.

2. Callaway Garden’s, Pine Mountain

Callaway Garden’s in lights is the south’s most eye-catching holiday sound andlights show. Callaway is one of the world’s top 10 locations to see the holiday lights, as named by National Geographic Traveler. It has the total land of 14k acre.This 14k acre resort draws nearly a million travelers yearly and has beautiful scenery. Callaway garden features a wide variety of recreational activities, also covering a large butterfly habitat.

3. Brasstown Bald

Brasstown Bald is the highest point in the state of Georgia. The sun rise from Brasstown Bald provides a nice view of the Appalachian Mountains. The mountain is also known as Enotah, as addressed by the native Cherokee people. It is named after the former Cherokee village Brasstown. Hiking is one of the attractions here.

4. Fricks Cave, Walker County

Fricks Cave is the richest biological environment in Georgia. It is also home to gray bats. Fricks Cave is normally closed to protect endangered salamanders and bats that live in the cave. The most important part is – anyone desiring to visit the cave must bring their own headlamps, helmets, and all appropriate caving gear.

5. Tallulah Falls

Tallulah falls is a town in Habersham and Rabun countries near the Tallulah River. It started out in the 1880s as a tourist town for the multitude of travelers to Tallulah Falls. People come from all over to see the waterfalls and the amazing gorge.

6. Cumberland Island

Cumberland Island is Georgia’s largest island and one of the most picturesque natural dwellings in the Northern Hemisphere. We can also find the wild horses ramble the beach. The greatest and most lasting value of the island is its potential to regenerate. It is a place of transformation.

7. Jekyll Island

It is an island off the coast of US state of Georgia. It is one of the Sea Islands, and one of the golden isles of the beautiful place Georgia. Jekyll Island is a heaven of discovery. Jekyll Island’s exquisite natural beauty has long brawn guest. Around every corner, a new adventure awaits.

These are the places that you should not forget to visit. Thank you guys for reading this blog, and hopefully, it may have helped you in some ways. I really love hearing from you guys. Please do not forget to give a feedback in the comment section. And yes, share with your friends and family if they are traveling to Georgia.

Have a safe journey! :)

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