Savannah Private Tour History
Influential History

Sailing into native Yamacraw land, founder James Oglethorpe arrived on Savannah’s bluffs in 1733 where Revolutionary and Civil War era structures, like Fort Pulaski, still remain. Visitors will soon understand why Savannah’s most beloved icons are the squares and parks of the Historic District; each square exhibits its own statue which carries a unique story of Savannah history. Savannah has been home to many notable figures including Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low and inventor Eli Whitney. Incorporate history into your Savannah Private Tour.

Savannah Private Tour Architecture
Eclectic Architecture

One could learn all about history in Savannah through the architecture alone. From the Antebellum styles of Georgian, Neo-Classical, and Greek Revival to the more contemporary Victorian, Regency, and Romanesque styles, Savannah boasts a wide array of well-preserved architectural gems. The Davenport House, First Baptist Church, Telfair Museum, and many more historic buildings provide excellent examples of the designs that helped shape the city. Incorporate architecture into your Savannah Private Tour.


Delectable Dining

Savannah is brimming with sumptuous southern fare – fried green tomatoes, shrimp and grits, fried chicken with low country sides – but has so much more to offer. From old-school diners to contemporary cuisine, the culinary scene offers an array of delectable options. Paula Deen devotees will love The Lady and Sons. Take advantage of the coast and delight in superb seafood options. Of course, no visit to Savannah is complete without a stop by Leopold’s for a scoop of homemade ice cream. Incorporate dining into your Savannah Private Tour.

Natural Landscapes

Downtown Savannah’s towering live oak trees draped dramatically in Spanish moss create a stately feel, yet leaves the imagination open to the supernatural. Grand magnolias offer aromatic springtime blossoms. Georgia’s many coastal barrier islands offer protection while providing sandy beaches, rolling, wind-swept waves, salt marshes and swamps. The landscape varies so much that walking, biking, boating, or even a carriage ride could give a new perspective on this gorgeous Georgian coast. Incorporate landscapes into your Savannah Private Tour.

Unforgettable Excursions

For a day at the beach one need look no further than Tybee Island, “Savannah’s Beach.” Long stretches of sandy beach make for a perfect getaway on this quaint, coastal island just a short drive from downtown. Enjoy stunning panoramic views from Tybee Lighthouse and Museum for those daring enough to make the climb. A bit farther afield, Jekyll Island offers dazzling Driftwood Beach and the Georgia Sea Turtle Center for wildlife enthusiasts. Incorporate excursions into your Savannah Private Tour.


Savannah Private Tour Lifestyle
Authentic Lifestyle

There is a reason Savannah is called the Hostess City of the South. One often hears of southern hospitality embracing qualities such as politeness, helpfulness, charm, and good home cooking! Savannah embodies southern hospitality, having repeatedly been named one of the “world’s friendliest cities” by Condé Nast Travel readers. With a unique fusion of time-honored traditions and modernity, the diverse neighborhoods and stunning city parks are just as welcoming as the people. Incorporate lifestyle into your Savannah Private Tour.