Your Myrtle Beach Holiday Starts Now
Welcome to America’s favorite playground – Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The Great White North is wonderful, sure, but sometimes you just need a break from the snow.
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In Myrtle Beach, time stands still and troubles slip away with the tide. It’s the place where memories are made, and it’s all waiting for you. With 60 miles of picturesque beaches and an average year-round temperature of 25° Celsius, you will quickly realize what makes Myrtle Beach so wonderful.
The Grand Strand has it all, from award-winning miniature golf courses to exciting waterparks and various other attractions, and fantastic shopping, a vacation to Myrtle Beach is sure to offer something memorable for everyone.
International visitors have been discovering this beautiful stretch of South Carolina coast for years, and the numbers have only been increasing.
We’re glad you’re here, and we hope you enjoy and savor every minute of your Myrtle Beach holiday.
GETTING HERE: MYRTLE BEACH AIR SERVICE
Air travel can be a real headache, and when you’re ready to go on vacation that’s the last thing you want to deal with. Well, you’re in luck. We here at go2MB have made things easier than ever for you to get past the planning and get to the playing.
Flying here is easier than ever via the Myrtle Beach International Airport, with several well-known carriers flying non-stop to Myrtle Beach, including Porter Airlines and Spirit Airlines.
Non-stop air service from Toronto City Centre Airport is available on Porter Air. Non-stop air service from Toronto Pearson International Airport is available on WestJet. Just over the Quebec border in Plattsburgh, NY and the Toronto border in Niagara Falls, NY, Spirit Air offers also non-stop air service to Myrtle Beach. The Myrtle Beach International Airport is also well-equipped and accessible via a multitude of U.S. east-coast gateway options – click here to see flight options.
WHAT TO WEAR
When in Canada, it’s safe to assume a majority of the year will be spent dressed like this.
Not so in Myrtle Beach. Think light when you head south to visit the Grand Strand. Summer temperatures mean light clothing is all you’ll need, so a light jacket or sweater should do the job. A Myrtle Beach winter visit typically means, “bring a jacket”.
WHAT TO DO
When you arrive in Myrtle Beach, the last thing you’ll have to worry about is what to do to pass the time. With hundreds of attractions, restaurants and of course miles of beautiful beaches, there’s always something for everyone on the Grand Strand.
No matter what time of year you visit or where on the Grand Strand you’re staying, you’ll find plenty of things to do during your trip. Whether you’re looking for family-friendly activities, fun events and festivals, or the hottest nightlife parties, concerts and events, you’ll find them here.
While there’s way too much going on around town to include it all here, we’ve gathered up some of the best tourist-friendly events that we think are perfect for Myrtle Beach visitors to attend. To keep up on everything going on in Myrtle Beach you can click on any of the events in our calendar for more details, check out either of the pages listed below or hop over to our blog for weekly best bets:
WHERE TO STAY
Our Canadian comrades will notice the hotel rate seasons are reversed in South Carolina.
Winter is low season in the Myrtle Beach area, with June to August designated as high season when accommodation rates are higher.
The good news is, a holiday stay in the Myrtle Beach area offers something for every budget with more than 450 hotels and 90,000 accommodation units awaiting your visit. Accomodations range from elegant golf & seaside resorts, to rustic cottages and motels. Choose from a variety of lodging locations including oceanfront, ocean view, or a short walk to the ocean. Several campgrounds are also available, located between Myrtle Beach and the South Strand with campers having the choice of nearly a dozen campgrounds, two state parks, and more than 7,000 camping sites, many just feet from the surf and ocean.
Vacation beach home rentals are affordable options for couples, golfers or several families gathering for a reunion. From cottages nestled in the dunes of Pawleys Island, to condos overlooking the North Myrtle Beach seaside, there are options to fit all tastes and budgets.
Helpful travel links
- The Universal Currency Converter
- US Customs – Traveler Information
- The Bureau of Consular Affairs
- Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI)
Local Businesses that exchange Canadian currency
2003 Oak Street, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 (843) 448-9458
National Bank of South Carolina
Founders Centre, 2411 Oak Street, Myrtle Beach SC 29577, (843) 626-1800
Account holders only.
And finally, for those of you who get homesick while visiting us on the Grand Strand, please enjoy this picture of a moose.