You don't have to be a golfer to vacation on pristine Kiawah Island, located just off the South Carolina coast near Charleston -- but it's an added bonus if you are.
Explore South Carolina's National Parks with Travel Channel.
While there are many things to do in Charleston, these are the city’s best-kept secrets.
If you want a less-touristy trip to Myrtle Beach, try visiting these local attractions.
Looking for a tasty seafood dish? Try Andrew Zimmern's Charleston-inspired oyster and shrimp pan roast.
Establishments that are unsuspecting during the day come alive at night in Charleston. Here are several places to check out for coffee, a great glass of wine or whiskey, and epecially a late-night nosh.
Sample the best small bites in this culinary mecca of the South.
Travel Channel's picks for places to stay in Charleston.
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Travel Channel provides travelers with some of the best festivals and events in Charleston, including the Lowcountry Oyster Festival and the MOJA Arts Festival.
Immerse yourself in Charleston's rich culture, and visit a few historic destinations, including Fort Sumter, the H.L. Hunley Submarine and the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon.
The surrounding barrier islands and beaches of Charleston have their own Southern charm, and give adventuresome travelers a chance to escape the city.
Myrtle Beach claims to be the “Golf Capital of the World.” With some 100 area courses, plus hosting the 2014 PGA Championship, we can’t disagree. Check out our top spots to hit the green here.
Myrtle Beach is the East Coast's ultimate vacation hub.