Visiting Georgia

Southern hospitality meets cutting-edge urbanity in Atlanta, home to the massive Georgia Aquarium - the world’s largest - not to mention beautiful spots like the Atlanta Botanical Gardens and world-class dining in the Downtown Dining District. The aptly named Blue Ridge Mountains, stately Savannah, and Cumberland Island’s wild horses further embody Georgia’s sun-kissed beauty.

So whether you’re a first-timer or a frequent visitor, a business traveler or a budget explorer, IgoUgo has all the travel-planning tools and resources you need to create a memorable vacation. Read traveler reviews of the top hotels, restaurants, and things to do, browse amazing photos; ask for advice in our friendly travel forums; and find cheap flights and hotels. Then, after your trip is over, share your travel reviews, tips, and photos with friends and fellow travelers right here on IgoUgo. ... Read More
Southern hospitality meets cutting-edge urbanity in Atlanta, home to the massive Georgia Aquarium - the world’s largest - not to mention beautiful spots like the Atlanta Botanical Gardens and world-class dining in the Downtown Dining District. The aptly named Blue Ridge Mountains, stately Savannah, and Cumberland Island’s wild horses further embody Georgia’s sun-kissed beauty.

So whether you’re a first-timer or a frequent visitor, a business traveler or a budget explorer, IgoUgo has all the travel-planning tools and resources you need to create a memorable vacation. Read traveler reviews of the top hotels, restaurants, and things to do, browse amazing photos; ask for advice in our friendly travel forums; and find cheap flights and hotels. Then, after your trip is over, share your travel reviews, tips, and photos with friends and fellow travelers right here on IgoUgo.    Close

Stories and Tips Georgia

New Love-----Belugas!

Written by nmagann on 01 Aug, 2013

The two-hour Beluga Interactive Program is an excellent hands on learning experience with the added value of fun. For a $170 you will have a once in a life time thrill limited to two groups of about 4 people each. Going up to…Read More


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Swimming with Gentle Giants

Written by nmagann on 01 Aug, 2013

We had no more than showered and dried off and again we stood before the guide that would take us and two employees for an experience with the whale the shark. Back into wet suits we were escorted to a much larger tank.…Read More


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Around Atlanta

Written by nmagann on 24 Feb, 2013

I simply can’t say enough about the transportation in Atlanta. Directly from the airport we were able to board MARTA at 11:30pm to Peachtree Street. As we stood reading the directions at the machine, a MARTA representative told us we had to buy…Read More


Delta? That's a more generous rate than I'd give them

Written by koshkha on 19 Apr, 2011

I’ve never had a very high opinion of American-owned airlines and this has been mostly based on the dreadful service I’ve had on multiple flights with American Airlines. After witnessing their policy of massive overbooking (which they laughingly claim is for the BENEFIT of their…Read More


Trolley Tour of Savannah

Written by weeblewobble46 on 07 May, 2009

The Trolley tour of Savannah - and there are several to choose from - is an hour and a half of never-ending information.We took the Old Town Trolley tour from the tourist welcome center on MLK. For a nominal fee, we were entertained…Read More


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Jimmy Carter: The Early Years

Written by Wildcat Dianne on 22 Jan, 2009

The beginning of our tour of the Jimmy Carter Museum and Library in Atlanta began with an exhibit on his early life in Plains, Georgia, a small town of about 650 people in Central Georgia. I have read several of Jimmy Carter's books including…Read More


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Growing Up During The Carter Administration

Written by Wildcat Dianne on 22 Jan, 2009

Touring the Jimmy Carter Museum and Library and seeing many of the parts of history that President Carter was part of and his personal life brought back so many memories of my childhood in Rhode Island in the late-1970's and early 1980's.When Jimmy Carter was…Read More


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The Jimmy Carter Library and Museum

Written by Wildcat Dianne on 21 Jan, 2009

After visiting the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Site and having a quick lunch on the grounds from Superior Fish Company, Mom and I were ready to head down the road to The Jimmy Carter Museum and Library. Located on Freedom Parkway, the…Read More


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Martin Luther King's Birthplace

Written by Wildcat Dianne on 18 Jan, 2009

Here's a little trivial tidbit on Martin Luther King, Jr. Did you know that Martin Luther King, Jr. and his father's original names were Michael Luther King, Sr. and Jr.? After Junior was born in 1929, he and his father were baptised at…Read More


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Martin Luther King, Jr's Tomb

Written by Wildcat Dianne on 17 Jan, 2009

After touring Ebenezer Baptist Church, Mom and I walked further down Auburn Avenue towards Martin Luther King, Jr's tomb. On April 4, 1968, while in Memphis, Tennessee giving a sermon to striking workers there, Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated by James Earl Ray,…Read More


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