The largest states east of the Mississippi, Georgia is vastly different at each of its borders.
The state is a perfect example of southern culture and a stunning showcase of what the south has to offer visitors.
The culture in Georgia is as extremely differing as its geographical landscapes with far right republicans challenging left liberals and cloud tipped mountains contrasting marshlands infested with alligators.
The State capital Atlanta is a sprawling metropolis and host’s headquarters of some of America’s (and the world’s) biggest corporations as well as friendly neighborhoods and local markets.
Our list of the Peach States top 25 takes from the bustling cities of Atlanta and Savannah as well as the state’s stunning natural landscapes to create the definitive guide for travelers, here’s the best things to do in Georgia:
1. Callaway Gardens
Callaway Gardens are a popular leisure center situated north of Columbus on Pine Mountain.
The gardens feature artificial lakes, a butterfly house and many plants and flora. Robin Lake is a great place for water-sport enthusiasts and hosts the Masters Waterski and Wakeboard Tournament annually.
Two world class golf courses and a number of quality walking trails can also be found here.