North Carolina is quite interesting in terms of tourism. With such a varied terrain and climate, you can do both winter sports (skiing, snowboarding, skating, snowkiting, ice hockey) in the mountainous part of the state, and summer (swimming, surfing, kayaking, scuba diving) in the coastal part. In the central part you can do traditional hiking, camping, biking in the woods, excursions to waterfalls and, of course, golf - almost a national sport in North Carolina.
Curiously, North Carolina is the second cinema center after Hollywood in the United States. There are a lot of production companies and large-scale festivals, which attract thousands of tourists.
Other attractions in the category must see - National Park Great Smoky Mountains, part of which is located in North Carolina and part in Tennessee, a huge nature reserve; and the Wright Brothers National Memorial and Exhibition Center, dedicated to the first in world experimental flight of the aircraft, which was implemented by pioneers aircraft designers the Wright brothers in the early 20th century. In addition, tourists often visit the Cape Hatteras on the coast, where there is one of the first lighthouses in the US; and, of course, Old Salem - open-air museum, a detailed reconstruction of the ancient village, where you can walk all day long, marveling at such a full immersion in history.