Visit North Carolina
North Carolina was the site of the first English outpost in America in 1585 and become one of the country's 13 original colonies.
Although most of the population lives in cities, the state is largely rural, with fields of tobacco common. North Carolina has the highest peaks in the eastern USA and 300 miles of Atlantic shoreline.
It was also in North Carolina that the hugely popular Hunger Games film franchise was shot and there are many ready-made itineraries for fans to enjoy.
Top itineraries in North Carolina
They say The Carolinas is a land of contrasts and it's true – atmospheric mountainscapes vie with pristine beaches for your attention in a region of incredible natural beauty. This seldom-travelled part of the USA provides nature, relaxation, adventure and history in abundance.
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Top places to stay in North Carolina
A recipient of Trip Advisors 2014 Certificate of Excellence, Omni Charlotte Hotel offers luxury, comfort and genuine North Carolina hospitality.
George Vanderbilt’s 250-room chateau, completed in the late 19th century, has, along with its gardens and grounds, been beautifully preserved and is just as impressive today as it was back then. You’ll stay in its grounds in the similarly luxurious Inn.
Where to go in North Carolina
North Carolina's Atlantic coastline is made up of a string of skinny islands known as The Outerbanks.
Charlotte is an exiting city just waiting to be discovered. Rich in colour, culture and character, there's a thriving quality of life here that many visitors enjoy.
Meet our North Carolina experts
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