A bit about North Carolina
In the southeast state of North Carolina, the Atlantic Ocean and the Appalachian Mountains are neighbors. Because of its beaches, hills, mountains, and barrier islands, North Carolina offers a wide range of outdoor activities. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Cherokee Indian Reservation, both reachable via the renowned Blue Ridge Parkway, are just two places in North Carolina where you may take in the natural splendor.
North Carolina, one of the original thirteen colonies, has a colorful past and several historic cities. Charlotte, which is situated in the southwest of the state, is its largest city. The state's capital, Raleigh, is situated closer to Greensboro and Chapel Hill in the state's center. The Wright Brothers' first powered flight, which is one of North Carolina's claims to fame, was accomplished near the state's oceanfront town of Kitty Hawk.