Old schoolers remember Myrtle Beach as spring break central and the home of the Carolina shag. But these days, this beach destination has cutting-edge experiences—including one of the best boardwalks in the nation—as well as historic culture. Tune into Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasting from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for all the latest travel news and destination highlights.
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Featured guests include:
Anne Banas, executive editor for Smarter Travel, talks about the latest travel headlines, including why the future of transatlantic flights is about to change and how to avoid phishing scams in the vacation rental industry.
Ann Malys Wilson, Myrtle Beach state park area nature and marine expert, reveals the historically diverse sites you can explore along the South Carolina coast and how to make sure you’re traveling responsibly.
Veronica Gerald, author and professor at Coastal Carolina University explains the origins of Gullah culture in South Carolina, and how you can experience Gullah heritage first hand.
Joe Sharkey, business columnist for The New York Times, talks about whether the Global Entry program lives up to the hype and shares his thoughts on the touchy subject of pay-by-weight airline fees.
Walter Hill, director of the Horry County Museum & L.W. Paul living history farm, tells us what life was once like on a family farm and how you can relive those days through hands-on agritourism.
Bob Howells, award-winning journalist and author, shares how he chose his top selections for National Geographic’s The 10 Best of Everything National Parks.
Chad Weatherford, Myrtle Beach area outdoors expert, tells us the best spots for fishing, hunting and exploring the great outdoors throughout Myrtle Beach.
Michaela Guzy, founder of OhthePeopleYouMeet.com, recalls her recent trip to India and how she discovered local organizations that help give back to the community.
Julie Warren, Georgetown County digital librarian, unravels the stories that shaped the community and her efforts to preserve that history through digital collections.
Dina Bennett, adventurer and author of Peking to Paris, tells us the craziest, most memorable, and most poignant moments of her 7,800-mile epic race in the Classic Motor Challenge.
Eric Masson, chef at The Brentwood Restaurant & Wine Bistro, tells us how he went from Brittany, France to Myrtle Beach, and how he marries classical French dishes with Low Country cuisine.
By Sarika Chawla for PeterGreenberg.com