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South Carolina

Itinerary Inspiration

From tranquil beaches to dashing metropolitan cities to the Blue Ridge Mountains, South Carolina is where natural beauty meets Old Southern charm. Get your fill of outdoor adventure and head to the Cypress Gardens, Rainbow Falls, Congaree National Park or Isle of Palms. Tour a plantation or explore an old-fashioned fishing village in Barefoot Landing. Explore the streets of Charleston's elegant French Quarter and Battery promenade. Whether you're playing a round of golf or drinking a round of bourbon, you'll enjoy the sights and creature comforts of South Carolina.

Things You Should Know

Time Zone: EST
Language: English
Currency: U.S. dollar
Entry Requirements: Valid passport (if traveling from outside of the U.S.)
Best Times to Visit: November through May

South Carolina Honeymoons

Cozy up in the comfort of a cabin, surrounded by the great outdoors, or lounge in a luxurious metropolitan villa. Find romance in the most romantic city in South Carolina and spend your days and nights in the historic downtown district of Charleston. If you're looking to totally get away from it all, stay in an all-inclusive resort with a beachfront honeymoon suite.

Destination Weddings in South Carolina

Whether you're getting married on Hilton Head Island or in the charming city of Charleston, your destination wedding in South Carolina will be everything you dreamed it to be. Say "I do" with sweeping mountain views, on a secluded beach or in a colonial church. Choose an all-inclusive wedding package and receive the detail orientated benefits of a personal wedding coordinator.

Climate & Weather

South Carolina boasts a subtropical climate with plenty of humidity. Summers are long and hot with temperatures climbing up to 90 degrees. The mountainous areas are slightly cooler. Expect some rainfall in the spring and summer months. On average, winters are short and mild.