• Bring your Binoculars: Tybee Island Birding

    Bring your Binoculars: Tybee Island Birding   Are you a birdwatcher planning a Tybee Island vacation? You’re in luck. Tybee Island and Little Tybee are perfect places to view migratory birds as well as shore birds.   Year-round birds you can spot include the Great Blue Heron, Black and Yellow Crowned Night Heron, Green Heron, Great Egret, Snowy Egret, Louisiana Heron, Black Skimmer, Clapper

    Posted February 15, 2019 | Author | Category Parks & Recreation
  • St. Paddy’s Day in Savannah: Five Things You Need To Know

    St. Paddy’s Day in Savannah: Five Things You Need To Know   Savannah loves to throw a good party, and we certainly “Go Green” for St. Patrick’s Day. It’s one of our biggest celebrations of the year. Savannah’s festivities include a full week of events that culminate when thousands gather for the annual parade. Note that this year’s parade will be held Saturday, March 16, starting at

    Posted February 7, 2019 | Author | Category Local Events
  • How to Discover Tybee Island’s Natural Treasures

    How to Discover Tybee Island's Natural Treasures   Fascinated by marine life? Want to know more about coastal habitats? Take a Tybee Beach Ecology Tour with Dr. Joe Richardson.   With more than 30 years of experience teaching folks about the ecology of coastal Georgia, there’s not a better guide than Dr. Joe.  As a marine sciences professor, he’s well versed in the diversity of Tybee Island,

    Posted February 1, 2019 | Author | Category Parks & Recreation
  • Let the Good Times Roll: Mardi Gras in Savannah

    Let the Good Times Roll: Mardi Gras in Savannah   Laissez le bon temp rouler. That’s right, revelers, it’s time to let the good times roll with Mardi Gras on Georgia’s coast!   This year, Mardi Gras falls on March 5, but it’s celebrated with events leading up to Fat Tuesday, the last day before Lent.   Mardi Gras or Carnival, is a tradition dating back to

    Posted January 23, 2019 | Author | Category Local Events
  • 5 Fun Ways to Spend a Family-Friendly Spring Break on Tybee Island

    5 Fun Ways to Spend a Family-Friendly Spring Break on Tybee Island   Planning a spring break to Tybee Island? There’s plenty to do while you’re vacationing and enjoying the beach as the temperatures warm. In fact, we’ll give you a rundown of some of our favorite family-friendly spring break activities on Tybee Island.   First, you came for the beach…so kick back and enjoy it. After

    Posted January 17, 2019 | Author | Category Vacation Rental FAQ's
  • First Timer’s Tybee Island Guide

    For those visitors not familiar with Tybee Island, this beachfront town on the Georgia coast has a lot of history and a rather unique atmosphere it is more than willing to share. The island has over five miles of beaches to offer, marsh and backwater views, and it’s a great spot for people watching and birdwatching. Read on below for our Tybee Island guide. History The name “Tybee” is thought to have come from the Native American

    Posted January 3, 2019 | Author | Category Vacation Rental FAQ's