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Tours in South Carolina starting from $2,906

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About South Carolina Tours

The state motto in South Carolina is “Dum Spiro Spero” which translates to “While I breathe, I hope.”

The county of Sumter has the largest Gingko farm in the world.

The Duncan Park Baseball Stadium located in Spartanburg is the oldest minor league field in the nation.

Johnston is known as the Peach Capital of the world.

Orangeburg is known as the “Garden City” because of its beautiful Edisto Memorial Gardens, which features past and current award-winning roses from the All-American Rose Selections.

Why go on a South Carolina tour?

There are many options for travellers looking to go on a South Carolina tour. You may start your journey in the special and charming place of Columbia. Here you will find culturally enriching infrastructures such as the Colonial Center, Columbia Museum of Art, South Carolina State House, and Finlay Park. Depending on the time of your visit, you may come across signature festivals like the World Beer Festival (January), Rosewood Crawfish Festival (May), and Carolina Carillion Holiday Parade (December). Perhaps take some time to explore the white sandy shores of Myrtle Beach and the 60-mile-long “Grand Strand.” Each year, millions of visitors are drawn to these two destinations. You will not run out of things to do here as you will have several opportunities to swim, boat, or go golfing. While you are here, join the exciting outing to the “Carolina Opry.” This award-winning show uniquely blends music, comedy, and dance from different genres. We know that after the show, you will carry home a different perspective of the world and the people around you.

When is the best time to go?

South Carolina has a humid, sub-tropical climate, with long, hot summers, and short, mild winters. In the winter, temperatures average between 5C and 7C in inland areas and 12C and 15C by the shore. Summer temperatures, on the other hand, range from 24C to 29C and can sometimes reach above 32C. With summer holidays such as July 4th, South Carolina attracts the most crowds during this season. For cooler temperatures and fewer crowds, visiting during the spring and fall months are more ideal. Hotels and flights are also cheaper around this time, and thus perfect for travellers wishing to save some cash.

We understand that planning a trip can be overwhelming, so we invite you to speak with a friendly tripcentral.ca travel agent who’s been there before. They can tell you more about our South Carolina tours and help you plan one amazing getaway to this superlative state!