The state of Georgia is one of the most exciting in the United States with vibrant cities, a long history, and stunning natural landscapes. Georgia was the last of the original Thirteen Colonies and boasts a variety of important historic landmarks and attractions. The state is also bordered by the Blue Ridge Mountains to the north and the Atlantic to the east. Visitors and locals alike can enjoy over 60 major parks all over the state, making Georgia a wonderland for outdoor fun. Our training school is located in downtown Atlanta, the capital of Georgia. Our local staff welcomes you to join our rewarding teaching program.
You have to get outside and dive into Georgia’s untouched nature to explore the state to the fullest. With splendid natural wonders, state parks, adventurous trails and scenic pathways, there is something to see and do for everyone. In all four seasons, Georgia boasts exceptional foliage, wildlife, majestic pines, wildflowers and valleys with picturesque creeks. The Appalachian hiking trails in the northern part of the state offer some of the best most unique landscapes in the country, leading from Maine all the way to Georgia on over 2000 miles with Georgia boasting over 80 miles of trails. The national recreation area around Chattahoochee River makes for the ideal place for water sports enthusiasts. The river features various campsites along its 48-mile-long shore that make for the ideal getaway in all seasons. On Georgia’s southeastern Atlantic Coast, Cumberland Island National Seashore is a great location boasting fine beaches, dunes, freshwater lakes and picturesque marshes perfect for escaping the hustle and bustle of the city.
Georgia boasts various historic landmarks and sites perfect for history fans looking for unique attractions. Whether you are looking for Civil War attractions, heritage, and history museums, historic homes or unique trails and tours, Georgia has got you covered. The Old Governor’s Mansion is a perfect example of Greek Revival architecture in Georgia. The mansion was home to Georgia governors from 1839 to 1868 and played an important role in several historic events. Another outstanding historic attraction is Old Fort Jackson on the banks of the Savannah River. The fort was constructed in 1808 and has served as an important fortification to fire canons on any vessel coming to the Savannah River. Today, it is the oldest standing brick fortification in Georgia.
Adventurers will find that Georgia offers just the right amount of thrill for anyone’s taste. If you are brave enough, you can try out activities like rock climbing, hang gliding, motorcycling, skydiving or zip lining throughout the state. At the end of the day, be sure to check out Georgia’s superb dining options ranging from casual to fine dining options. Eat your heart out on local Southern cuisine and you will understand the deeply rooted culture of this region.
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