Myrtle Beach is South Carolina’s premiere destination for beach vacations. It’s the hub of the ‘Grand Strand,’ a 60-mile stretch of beaches that is the ideal backdrop for a family vacation in the summer. It’s known for its beachfront boardwalks, an old-fashioned amusement park and impressive golf courses. It’s also home to one of the country’s tallest Ferris wheels!
Myrtle Beach’s famous Ferris wheel and oceanfront (Photo: Danielle Golon via flickr)
Travelers hoping to plan cheap vacations to Myrtle Beach have many options. Popular booking websites offer package deals well suited for a couple or a family. Many even offer last minute vacation deals for Myrtle Beach. We’ve compared the top sites to recommend the following sites that boast the biggest discounts.
TravelMag found that Priceline offers many vacation package deals for trips to Myrtle Beach. Priceline’s search functions allow travelers to hone their search for properties they’re most interested in. We found that whether coming from Los Angeles or New York City, couples traveling to Myrtle Beach could save anywhere from $50-150 by bundling their flights and hotels. Higher end properties often had savings above the average – around $250 – when booked as a bundled package.
Expedia is also a great site to check for vacation deals in Myrtle Beach. They have a wide range of properties to choose from, all at special Expedia rates. While the area is not known for all inclusive vacation packages, many properties offer great amenities to make for the perfect trip! TravelMag encourages travelers to read the fine print when booking, as the final price may not reflect additional resort fees or baggage charges from the airlines.
Viator is a one-stop shop for planning activities and outings around Myrtle Beach. It should come as no surprise that many activities revolve around the water! From guided kayak tours to private surf lessons, Viator offers these recreational options at affordable prices. There are also great family activities, like a Wacky Adventure Walk Game and an Operation City Quest Scavenger Hunt, which both go for $10/person. Viator has a flexible cancellation policy in the event that the weather turns or your plans change.