Sometimes, a leisurely getaway isn’t what you’re after.
Sometimes, you want … adventure. And that adventure could come in many shapes and sizes, especially when you visit Myrtle Beach. Whether your definition of adventure is mild or wild, you’re sure to find just what you’re looking for.
You don’t need a lot of special equipment to have an adventure vacation in Myrtle Beach. Bring your wallet, your courage, your best beachwear – and your best dinner/mingling wear, too. And most importantly: an open mind! You just might find something unexpected here.
You can find adventure by sea, by air, or by the oceanfront.
Why take an adventure vacation?
Fun, for starters. Also, many adventures you’ll find in Myrtle Beach will get you up and moving. It’s not always easy to get your exercise with the busy lives we live. It’s good for your mind, too. You’ll find your mood lifts when you do something fun – and that will hopefully stick with you after you return home. We’ll bet you even sleep better after a full day in Myrtle Beach, on jet skis, trying new cuisine, or making new friends.
11 ways to add adventure to your vacation
BY AIR AND SEA
Myrtle Beach has plenty of ways you can get a rush, by water or by air.
If it’s been a while since you’ve been on a surfboard, or if this will be your first ride, try taking a surf lesson. The more you know, the safer and more enjoyable you’ll be in the Carolina surf. You’ll learn how to paddle, pop up on the board, and surf safely.
Get a unique view of Myrtle Beach – from above. You’re tethered to a boat and get to lift into the air, attached to a canopy wing that looks like a parachute, for an exhilarating experience. It’s a big adrenaline rush to soar around 300 feet above the ocean!
If your idea of a thrill involves being catapulted (with someone special) through the air nearly 400 feet, then slingshotting is for you. Experience a bit of weightlessness and huge lifts and drops. It’s a pretty dreamy ride.
Alpha Slingshot Rentals: (843) 444-8255
Fly down a steel cable on a pulley, suspended by a body harness, fast enough for a good thrill. It’s like having a moment as a flying superhero, with a little imagination. You get plenty of airtime on a zipper, as they’re sometimes called. Try one out in Myrtle Beach.
Myrtle Beach is famous for its beaches, but there are plenty of awesome places to eat, too. Try something you wouldn’t typically have at home, or on vacation.
This area made Calabash seafood famous. Check out the fresh catch at:
Hook & Barrel: Attentive service and incredible entrees will keep you coming back.
Bimini’s Oyster Bar & Seafood Cafe: Locals bring their guests to this popular spot.
42nd Street Bar & Grill: Good vibes and even better eats. Try the scallops!
Social distancing doesn’t mean you can’t get your favorites in Myrtle Beach.
Hana Teppanyaki House: This is a Grand Strand favorite for Japanese cuisine.
Little Italy: Wonderful pizza in a hidden gem. A longtime favorite with other Italian delights, too.
CO Sushi: Order the Jersey roll or Pad Thai for deliciousness. Nice kids menu, too.
South-of-the-border scrumptiousness in South Carolina.
Sun City Cafe: Bring your appetite for Mexican and Southwestern fare. Generous portions!
Fiesta Mexicana: Table-side guacamole and margaritas so good you’ll keep coming back.
Nacho Hippo: Great prices and unforgettable nachos, and they’re open for breakfast.
Just because Myrtle Beach is a seaside town, doesn’t mean they don’t make a mean steak.
New York Prime: Steak, cooked to perfection. Try the sea bass, too.
Thoroughbreds Chophouse & Seafood Grille: Tasty lobster bisque, awesome experience.
Angelo’s Steak and Pasta: Not only sizzling steaks but Veal Marsala is highly recommended,
Slow-cooked meals and exceptional flavor. If you’ve never tried Indian food, you’re missing out!
Masala Indian Bistro: Authentic ambiance and portions so generous you’ll have leftovers.
Bombay at the Beach: Food is always hot and fresh at this favorite family restaurant.
Nirvana Authentic Italian Restaurant: Spicy shill chicken is quite an experience.
GRAB A DRINK AT THE HOTEL BAR
When you stay at a Brittain Resort, you have excellent choices right onsite for a cocktail and a chance to meet new friends. Dayton House Resort has the iconic Yella Umbrella Poolside Bar & Grill. Dress to the 9s for a drink at The Strand Bar at The Strand Resort. Meet for an island-style cocktail at Banana Boat lounge in the Ocean Reef Resort.
Check out all the Brittain Resort properties and make your reservation today.