Georgia | TEFL Usa

Georgia is one of the few Southern states that have a shoreline on the Atlantic Coast. That’s why the state is a popular tourist destination throughout the entire year. Moreover, Georgia is rich in history, has vibrant cities and boasts exceptional natural beauty. Combining these factors, you get a great location for your TEFL/TESOL course in the USA. Georgia was part of the original Thirteen Colonies and boasts a variety of unique historic sites and attractions. On top of that, the state’s landscape is dominated by the Blue Ridge Mountains in the north and it’s Atlantic Coast to the east. There is always something new to see and do in Georgia, which is why we are sure that you will enjoy your TEFL/TESOL course in this location.

Georgia attracts millions of visitors each year due to its fascinating natural wonders. You best explore all that Georgia has to offer by following the hidden paths and adventurous trails of the many state and national parks. You will not only pass untouched nature, including wildflower meadows, pine trees, and year-round foliage but also come across historic artifacts and sites that are witness to Georgia’s long history. A great example is Chattahoochee River. This area is a premier camping destination but you will also find countless cozy lodges in the woods here. If you enjoy spending quality time outdoors while engaging in water activities, such as fishing, boating or kayaking, this area is for you. The Appalachian trails in the north of the state are one of Georgia’s proudest natural features. Leading down from Maine on over 2000 miles of hiking trails, you can explore around 80 miles of the beautiful trails in Georgia alone. If you are looking for the perfect urban escape, head to the Atlantic Coast. Cumberland Island National Seashore is the most popular destination in southeast Georgia due to its serene beaches, tall sand dunes, and peaceful marshes.

As mentioned earlier, Georgia has quite a collection of impressive historic sites. One of the best examples for this is Old Fort Jackson on the Savannah River. It is the oldest brick fortification in Georgia still standing today and was used to shoot enemy vessels on the banks of Savannah River. Another exceptional historic building is the Old Governor’s Mansion. From 1839 to 1868, this masterpiece of Greek Revival architecture was home to several governors of the state and the location of several important events in US history.

Georgia’s also offer great entertainment and shopping facilities to locals and visitors alike. Whether you visit Atlanta, Columbus, Augusta or Savannah, you will always feel welcome. All of the cities are proud of their local Southern cuisine, so be sure to eat your way through the bustling culinary scene of Georgia when you get a chance.

Our training center is located in Atlanta, the largest city and capital of Georgia. Our downtown location is easily accessible and within close proximity to major attractions, various restaurants, and shopping. If you decide to come to Georgia for your training course, you will not be disappointed.

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