USA Deep South travel ideas: Explore Charleston, Savannah, Nashville and New Orleans

Researching a visit to the USA's Deep South? Get inspired by this episode of the Tour the World travel TV series, as we join Evergreen Tours for part two of a fabulous journey down the eastern seaboard of the USA and into the Deep South. Highlights include genteel Charleston and Savannah, the musical heartlands of Nashville and Memphis, and of course, legendary New Orleans...

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Top things to see and do in the Southern US States – Tour the World TV

Travel to Charleston, Savannah, Nashville, Memphis and New Orleans with Tour the World TV. In this episode we join Evergreen Tours for part two of our amazing journey across the southern US states. The Deep South is renowned for its hospitality – not to mention its fried chicken.


The USA’s Deep South is an increasingly popular travel destination for Aussies.

If you’re planning a visit to the region, this episode of Tour the World with Evergreen Tours – hosted by The Big Bus tour and travel guide’s editor Adam Ford – is packed with USA Deep South travel ideas and inspiration, including culture, food, history, shopping and relaxation must-sees and dos.

Whether you plan to travel with a tour group or independently, in this episode you’ll get information about the Deep South’s most popular destinations, including Charleston and Savannah, Nashville, Memphis and New Orleans.

USA Deep South travel ideas

USA Deep South travel ideas. Image courtesy of The City of Charleston

The Deep South is renowned for its history, hospitality and musical legacy. Firstly we visit the historic cities of Charleston and Savannah, before heading on to Nashville, the country music capital of the world. Our visit includes a night at the legendary Grand Ole Opry.

Next stop is Memphis and a visit to Graceland, the home of Elvis. Memphis is also home to Sun Studios, which was first to recognise the talent of Elvis Presley.

USA Deep South travel ideas

USA Deep South travel ideas: Graceland

We then journey on to Natchez and the stunning Oak Alley Plantation, before our final stop in New Orleans, the vibrant birthplace of jazz and the home of the bustling French Quarter.

USA Deep South travel ideas

USA Deep South travel ideas: New Orleans

If you have questions about any of the USA Deep South travel ideas or experiences featured in this episode, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Do you have any USA Deep South travel ideas to suggest? We would love to hear from you. Please leave a comment below.

Additional images: Bigstock

This episode of Tour the World was produced by Late Night Media Productions, under a co-production agreement with Peppercorn Productions, publisher of The Big Bus tour and travel guide. Copyright © Late Night Media Productions.


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