Youth and Family, City
Kid Friendly: Yes. This tour is suitable for children who enjoy walking and who like learning about history.
Clients with disabilities are welcomed. This tour includes walking along Savannah streets and in historic squares all of which are wheelchair accessible. It does cover a rather large area.
Maximum travelers: 20
A Walking Tour for 11-20 people Historic Savannah 2 1/2 hrs.
Savannah Stroll: A Walking the City Tour-2. 5 hours
One of the best ways to see beautiful Savannah is on foot. My private walking historic tour is more like a fun stroll with family or friends with history thrown in. Majestic oak trees draped in Spanish moss, elegant colonial and classic southern homes border each square. Oh and let's not forget the beautiful Savannah River, alive with giant cargo ships and the toots of tugboat whistles. Savannah is home of one of the five largest ports in the United States. Wear very comfortable, flat shoes-sneakers are the best option. This walk includes cobble stoned streets and ramps down to the river. This starts in early morning/late afternoon or evening during the summer months when it is very hot. The morning tour can begin as early as 7:00am or as late as 6:00pm during the summer months.
11- to 20 people
This walking tour is available daily. On Saturday, the tour is only available at 10:00 and 12:30 only.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: The meeting place for this tour is at your residence in the downtown Savannah historic preservation district.
End location: The end location will be an agreed upon site in the downtown historic district.
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
This is a 2 1/2 - 2 hrs. 45 minutes tour. If the weather is extremely cold, hot or rainy, the tour time will be adjusted to the client's available.
This is a total walking tour in the historic district of downtown Savannah.
This is a walking tour with no extra costs except for small souveniers or snacks clients may want to purchase along the way.
No extra purchases are required for this tour
While Savannah is compliant with the Americans With Disabilities Act, the walking tour along the river is not the best fit for people in wheelchairs or those with back conditions. For those people I recommend riuding tours.