This article is presented by a sister company of The Times, Gainesville-based World's Best Adventures, which offers all-inclusive backpacking adventures to North Carolina and the Great Smoky Mountains.
Have you ever wanted to visit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park but didn’t know the best places to go, stay and what to see once you’re there?
Well, you’re not alone. As the most visited national park in the United States, the Great Smoky Mountains gets an incredible amount of tourist traffic, and there’s no end of places to visit, hotels to stay at and restaurants to eat at while you’re visiting the park.
This spring, World’s Best Adventures will help adventurers experience the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in the fullest way possible, seeing breathtaking peaks, views and waterfalls, tasting local food and drinks, and experiencing the culture of this amazingly unique wilderness utopia.
Starting in the late spring of 2022, World’s Best Adventures will begin offering a four-day, three-night all-inclusive inn tour of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
During this adventure, travelers will stay in luxurious mountain inns, eat at top-of-the-line Appalachian restaurants and see dozens of landmarks that draw thousands of travelers to the Great Smoky Mountains each year.
“This is a great chance for travelers to see the Great Smoky Mountains in a stress-free, luxury setting,” World’s Best Adventures Co-Founder and Head Guide Alexander Popp said. “With our guided adventure, folks who aren’t ready to backpack through the Smoky Mountains, can see great spots like Chimney Tops, Charlies Bunion and Abrahms Falls without the hassle of planning all the little details.”
According to Popp, during the four-day Great Smoky Mountains Adventure, travelers will be led by trained guides on daily hiking expeditions in the park and will have all dining and hotel accommodations organized for them.
“Imagine a luxury vacation, led by experienced and friendly guides, without having to make decisions left and right about where to go and what to see,” Popp said. “We’re offering a seamless luxury vacation to one of America’s most important national parks.”
In addition to day hiking sightseeing trips, trips to cultural hot-spots and regional fine dining, travelers will also learn important facts about the history, culture and threats facing the Great Smoky Mountains.
The trip cost of approximately $2,500 will include all hotel accommodations, food and dining, transportation, guides, activities, gratuities and park permits according to Popp.
For more information and to learn more about joining World’s Best Adventures on its upcoming Inn Tour of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, please email email@example.com and follow World’s Best Adventures on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube for updates on this adventure offering.