Each year about 20 million people travel to Myrtle Beach. Many people visit for the more than 88 golf courses, some of which are world-renowned.
If you aren’t into golf, don’t fret. Before you start searching for Myrtle Beach things to do, check out our list. We’ve found some of the most fun and rejuvenating things for you to do in Myrtle Beach.
Plan to do one of these four things on your next visit to Myrtle Beach.
Take one step into the 17,000 square foot spa sanctuary and immediately feel the healing ambiance take over. Nourish your body, mind, and soul in this space of healing and renewal.
Spend the day at this luxurious spa and enjoy a massage, body renewal facial, or advanced skin treatment. There are even services specifically designed for men and teens. This way, the whole family can relax.
Why not spend the day at the main attraction, the actual beach at Myrtle Beach. Dip your toes into the mild waves and take a leisurely stroll on the light brown sand. If you’re looking for a bit more adventure, you can rent a jet ski or go deep-sea fishing.
Then again, there’s nothing like relaxing in a lounge chair under the shade of an umbrella with a good book. By the end of the day, your stress will be gone, and your skin will be tanned.
Ripley’s Aquarium Myrtle Beach
It’s scientifically proven that watching fish swim will lower your stress level. So take the whole family to the aquarium for the day and check out some of the sea life. One of the more notable exhibits is the Dangerous Reef display.
You’ll walk through a huge 340-foot tunnel while surrounded by some of the ocean’s more dangerous creatures. You’ll see green moray eels, sharks, and tarpon.
After your stroll through the tunnel, be sure to swing by the touch pools. The whole family will enjoy touching some of the ocean’s safer creatures, such as horseshoe crabs and pufferfish.