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Whittier Travel Tips

Whittier Vacation Rentals Give You More Convenience Than a Hotel

Whittier lies deep in the natural beauty of North Carolina. It lies on the border of the Nantahala National Forest and just South of the Great Smoky Mountains National Forest. Instead of a front desk and bellhops, you'll have a cabin all to yourself. You'll be able to fully enjoy and appreciate the wonders that nature has to offer you in perfect solitude.

Whittier Cabins Help You Return to Nature

From your Whittier cabin, you'll be able to see the best of the Nantahala Forest, but you'll also be close to some of the best natural sights that North Carolina has to offer. You can take a ride north and just a short hike you can see the beautiful eighty foot Rainbow Falls. The Smoky Mountains holds numerous hiking and walking trails that just beg for you to explore.

Smoky Mountain Cabin Rentals Let You Explore Rich Cherokee History

The North Carolina Smoky Mountain region has some of the few Cherokees who managed to avoid the relocation to Oklahoma. You can visit the Museum of the Cherokee Indian, which include the tribe's history along with numerous exhibits about how they lived, dressed, and played. Moreover, instead of bland lifeless mannequins, the exhibit life-like features made of models of various tribe members. If that's not enough, try driving through the Cades Cove, which includes a well-preserved 19th century village where the Cherokee often helped the European settlers survive. However, the Cherokee aren't just museums and historical sites. You can visit the actual Cherokee reservation and see a different story of American than you will find anywhere else.

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