In many places in the United States, March is the time of new beginnings. In the North, there might still be snow on the ground, but it begins to warm. In the South, mild weather becomes warm weather. In many destinations, March is the best time to go.
Savannah, Geoorgia: Savannah, Georgia is a beautiful southern city that has something for everyone. Spend at least three days in Savannah to enjoy a mix of the city and nearby gems. Some of the best things to do in Savannah include visiting the Wormsloe Historic Site, taking a ghost tour and visiting Bonaventure Cemetery.
The Wormsloe Historic Site includes the ruins of a former plantation site, but it is most famous for the 1.5 mile tunnel of cypress trees at the entrance.
Savannah is said to be one of the most haunted cities in America, so it’s no surprise that ghost tours are popular among visitors.
Southern California Desert, California: March brings golden-colored poppy blooms that dot the hills of Southern California and ideal temperatures to take an amazing desert road trip along Highway 395.
Visit Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve in the spring to witness one of California‘s many reasons for its nickname, the Golden State. Peaking in March, the Mojave Desert Grassland comes alive with golden poppies rolling down its slopes. Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve provides access to the best poppy viewing areas via pathways that cut through the gentle slopes, only a 1.5 hour drive from the heart of Los Angeles.
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina: Hilton Head Island is a beautiful place to visit in any season. One popular attraction is the annual Wine & Food Festival. Come here for Lowcountry food, craft beer, and of course, wine tastings. There is even live music and entertainment. Another fun thing to do in Hilton Head is to visit Harbour Town.Comparte