• 2020 Bucket List Events in Tybee Island this Spring

    Spring means sand, surf and sun on Tybee Island. In fact, there's so much fun to have you may have to narrow down your list of favorite activities. We’ll help out with that. Be sure to get your line in the water on a fishing excursion. Spring is a great time to book a trip with a charter company like Amick's Deep Sea Fishing or Reel Em ’N. What better way to spend a

    Posted January 26, 2020 | Author : | Category : Local Events |
  • Take a Peek Inside Savannah’s Finest Homes, March 26-29, 2020

    When strolling Savannah’s streets and squares, do you ever get a desire to glimpse inside one of those historic, stately homes? Now’s your chance during the 85th Savannah Tour of Homes & Gardens on March 26-29. The tour has taken visitors inside some of the city’s finest homes since 1935. It includes other special events as well, like the anniversary kick-off party on Thursday evening, a low-country boil at Fort Jackson. Tickets are $45 for each

    Posted January 26, 2020 | Author : | Category : Local Events |
  • Spring Break on Tybee Island: Everything You Need to Know

    Not all Spring Break beach destinations are fraught with partying and college-kid shenanigans. Visitors are appreciating the benefits of smaller, eco-friendly vacation destinations and Tybee Island does not disappoint. It’s a family-friendly destination offering beautiful shorelines with spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, water activities and plenty of places to kick back with a cold one if that’s your preference. The first thing you need to know is that location is everything. Choose a comfortable

    Posted January 26, 2020 | Author : | Category : Local Events,Savannah Attractions,Savannah Holidays |
  • Get in on Savannah’s 2020 St. Patrick’s Day Shenanigans

    It’s hard to top St. Paddy’s Day celebrations in Savannah. While parades in larger sites like Boston, New York City and Chicago attract a lot of attention, this coastal Southern city has thrown a massive celebration since 1824. It’s a full week of festivities that culminate with the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Just why does Savannah celebrate the patron saint of Ireland? The Irish roots run deep here as some of the first settlers who arrived in

    Posted January 26, 2020 | Author : | Category : Local Events |