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Incentives travel has been disrupted by the pandemic, but destinations and resorts in the Southeast U.S. are adapting to the new realities.
The European Union (EU) has extended its travel ban on U.S. citizens again as COVID-19 infections continue to rise in the United States.
Georgia’s peaches, sweet tea and Whistle Stop Cafe may have put the state on the culinary map, but it’s the wine and moonshine that continue to tempt the palate.
Innovation means preservation in Savannah, as the city draws on its culture and history to inspire meeting attendees.
The Margaritaville brand continues to expand its “5 O’Clock Somewhere” state of mind, announcing several new properties and restaurants.
Barnsley Resort combines the best of a historic Southern estate with traditional European gardens and landscaping.
This year will see the redevelopment of the cobblestone-lined waterfront along Georgia's Savannah River into the Plant Riverside District.
Atlanta's culinary appeal can be characterized by its high-end, down-home cooking.
Savannah's culinary flair has hit the fan, enticing visitors to dive into the city's storied (and spooky) past drink in hand.
“There is nothing vanilla about Kessler. The focus is on experiences and enrichment through art and music."
Meetings in the South present the opportunity for creative and hyperlocal outdoor wellness experiences.
“The investigative tours can be a teambuilding experience as members of your group break into smaller groups to investigate separate areas of a facility.”
"We offer a wide variety of teambuilding activities and work hand in hand with meeting planners to work these activities into their event schedules at the best possible time to have the most impact for the attendees."
Not only is Jekyll Island one of the most beautiful barrier islands in the country, it is rich in history. And now it will be a convention magnet with the addition of a new Westin resort.