Alabama’s port town, Mobile is one of the south’s finest visitor and convention destinations. With breathtaking sunsets, green flora, magnificent historic and modern architecture, remarkable museums, diverse arts and culture, and famous seafood creations, Mobile offers visitors a world-wide of entertainments. It takes you in its arms and lulls you to sleep with the breath of gentle gulf breeze. With beautiful convention center on the waterfront, a lot of area accommodations, and excellent transportation facilities like Charter Bus, Mobile is sure to gratify all your convention and meeting needs. Founded in 1702 as the original capital of the Louisiana Territory and located on the beautiful Gulf of Mexico, no other city can boast such a rich history and prime location as Mobile. A silver like strand of Gulf coast islands somewhat protects Mobile Bay from seasonal storms that kick up in the Gulf. Visitors will easily get all world class facilities such as delicious cuisine and fine ground transportation services like Charter Bus that includes Motor Coach, Mini Bus, School Bus, Entertainer, Executive, Limo Bus, Double Decker, Passenger Van and Public Transit.
Alabama State Docks: The port gained importance in the 1800s when king Cotton became one of the South’s most profitable endeavors. Today the port of Mobile is one of the country’s largest and busiest, adding millions of dollars to the local economy.
Dauphin Island: During the Civil War this Island played a key role in the battle of Mobile Bay when the union army overtook and occupied Dauphin’s Fort Gaines. The natives of Mobile and adjacent communities gather here on sunny days to enjoy warm gulf waters. For nature lover, Mobile offers plenty to do on the barrier island.
Orange Beach: If you want to take a break from the woes and flurry of city life, there is nothing like a day at the beach. Among the popular spots at orange beach are Perdido Point and Cotton Bayou, both of which offer public access and parking.
Fort Morgan: This was built in 1812, and its pentagonal shape was intended to allow cannon fire in several directions at once , thus preventing many ships from sailing into Mobile Bay. Today visitors are encouraged to tour the fort and stop by the museum gift
shop for a few souvenirs.