Gulf Shores

Although the area's hiking trails provide plenty of flora and wildlife for landlubbers to discover, Gulf Shores, Alabama is known for its immaculate white beaches.

Dauphin Island

The peaceful beaches and relative seclusion of Dauphin Island are well-known. Comparatively to other islands in the gulf, it sees a lot less foot traffic.

Botanical Gardens, Huntsville

The Huntsville is a public garden that spans 112 acres. It is renowned for its outdoor butterfly garden as well as for the many annual events and educational initiatives.

Cheaha State Park

Alabama's highest peak is Cheaha Mountain. The Appalachian Trail and other paths are accessible at Cheaha State Park, which offers excellent hiking.

Downtown Mobile

Downtown Mobile is a seaside cultural hub with museums, galleries, a professional symphony orchestra, a ballet company, and an opera company.

Noccalula Falls Park

Noccalula Falls Park is a 250-acre public park. A mythical Cherokee princess who committed suicide in the falls is supposed to have inspired the waterfall's name.


Due to its connection to the American space programme, Huntsville is referred to as "Rocket City".  Several historic residences in the city, some of which date back to the early 1800s.

Little River Canyon National Preserve

The Little River Canyon National Preserve is a recreational area located in one of the southeast United States' most striking gorges.


This Montgomery is well-known for its many skyscrapers, arks, and one of the best art scenes in the country for a city its size.