The Deep South

The Deep South

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          The Deep South


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          Bold, bright and exciting, there is something about the effortless charm of America's Deep South that draws visitors back time and time again. The heritage of the South is a bubbling mix of art, cuisine and natural beauty, offering a huge range of holiday possibilities. 

          The USA's southern states cover a huge swathe of the country, including Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Smoky Mountains. Given the sheer size of the South, visitors can expect to find a diversity of cultures, people and environments - and some of the world's finest food, drink and music can be found here. From  Jerry Lee Lewis to Elvis Presley and gumbo to fried shrimp, a Deep South touring holiday promises treats for all senses.

          Drenched in history, the people are gracious with Southern hospitality, a benchmark for the rest of the world. Civil War battlefields, Antebellum mansions, sun-drenched beaches and natural splendours are just some of the attractions, along with a thriving music scene that has produced some of the world's finest entertainers.

          The Deep South is at its best between March and May, when the weather is warm and sunny and the nights are pleasantly cool making it the  perfect time to visit.

          By June, heat and humidity become a consideration and travel over July and August is best avoided unless you’re comfortable in the sticky heat of a southern summer! By September and October, temperatures and humidity levels have dropped from their summer highs and in the Great Smoky Mountains, the turning trees provide a dramatic fall display.

          It is to be considered that there is a risk of occasional hurricanes, particularly along the coast, from June to November.

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