The acquaintance with a state should begin from Atlanta - the capital and the main transport hub of the state. Then go on the Atlantic coast, in the direction of the city of Savannah, with its majestic oaks, delicious seafood, 19th century mansions and humid nights. And there it is close to the offshore islands, luxury resorts and nature reserves. And do not forget to grab a tuxedo on Jekyll Island, and hiking boots on Cumberland Island.
In the mountainous regions of Georgia there are several nature reserves, among which the most spectacular are Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest and Georgia Black Rock Mountain Park.
National Forest Chattahoochee-Oconee has total area of 3,500 square km. Under the protection of forests there are rivers and streams, more than 720 km of hiking trails and 2,600 km of roads.
Georgia State Park Black Rock Mountain is located in an area of 7030 square km and it got its name from the dark color of the local rocks, formed from gneiss - rock close to the granite. In addition to the actual peak of the Black Rock Mountain there are also 4 peaks with height of more than 910 meters, making it the most mountainous park in Georgia.
Not less beautiful are reserves: Okefenokee National Forest - one of the largest in the United States, and Georgia Islands – a chain of islands along the Atlantic coast, including Cumberland Island and St. Simons Island - the largest. Thanks to its mild climate, the islands of the chain are called “Golden Georgia Isles” - St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Jekyll Island and Little St. Simons Island.
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