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Monday, Day 1 – On arrival your group of Spring Breakers will check into an Oceanfront Hotel for a four night stay. Once acclimated, this evening you visit the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Skywheel (ticket included). It is 187 feet tall, has 42 glass-enclosed, temperature controlled gondolas and provides you a great view of the beach. The centerpiece of the Oceanfront Boardwalk and Promenade, it is surrounded by some great shopping and tasty eats – including the LandShark Bar & Grill.
Check out the view, check out the Boardwalk, have a burger and beer, buy a T-Shirt. This is a Spring Break Evening enjoy yourself.
Tuesday, Day 2 – Today is all Beach time, unless you want to schedule shopping or a round of golf. Groups who want can schedule their bus as a shuttle to Broadway at the Beach. Its’ your destination tonight anyway. Here your group will enjoy the entertaining atmosphere of escape at Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville Restaurant. In a boat-filled marina with tiki bars and lighthouses, music and fun you party in the atmosphere of the Islands.
Then following dinner is a Wine & Painting Party. An artistic get together, a private event for your spring breakers only. Everyone gets to pick up a paintbrush and take home their very own painting. Your revelers don’t need painting experience, there will be local artists here to help. But, you will have to schedule an afternoon grocery trip, everyone must bring their own wine and snacks. (B,D)
Wednesday, Day 3 – As the sun comes up your focus changes from wine to Horticulture and Sculpture. Your group will visit Brookgreen Gardens, the largest sculpture garden in the world. You have a narrated stroll the gardens and learn about the history, and the sculptures of Anna Hyatt Huntington and others. You also enjoy a Horticultural Experience with Brookgreen Staff where you can discuss the dirt and details of gardening and take a little new knowledge home.
On your way back to the beach you stop at the Hammock Shops Village of Pawleys Island. As you stroll the brick paths that wind their way through azaleas and camellias, you will find more than 20 one-of-a-kind shops in clapboard-style cottages, featuring fashionable clothing, shoes, handcrafted collectibles and jewelry. This is also your lunch (on own) stop with several charming eateries available. In an era of mega malls and overcrowded outlets, the Hammock Shops Village is about as far from been-there, done-that shopping and dining as you can get.
Your afternoon & evening are free time. Enjoy the Beach or Shopping. Barefoot Landing makes for a nice distraction and there are plenty of shops and restaurants to entertain you. (B)
Thursday, Day 4 – This morning is your chance to act like a teenager again, your group will partake of Adventure Watersports where there are several mild-to-wild activities available to them. Admissions are on an individual basis due to the variety of costs. But the activities include Parasailing, Jet Boat Rentals, Banana Boat Rides, Dolphin Watching Tours and Kayaking. All of these activities are professionally operated with safety as the first concern. If you are trying to attract younger adults to your tours, this is just the ticket.
The afternoon is again free time for the Beach or shopping Then in the evening we will schedule a nice dinner to accompany one of Myrtles great shows.
- Alabama Theater’s “One the Show”
- Carolina Opry’s “Good Vibrations”
- The Palace Theater & Hot Jersey Nights, or
- The Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show
It’s your last night at the beach, let’s dress up a little for a nice meal and show. (B,D)
Friday, Day 5 It’s Departure Day. Spring Break is over, back to the life you left behind. (B)