Step-on Tour for Visiting Groups 2 hours
This tour accommodates as many as your coach comfortably holds including one seat at the front passenger side for your tour guide. I join you and your group in the comfort of your coach to guide you through Savannah's deep and rich history. "Savannah Step-On" is like a back step into Georgia history. This is a wonderful tour for church groups as well as students in 5th through 12th grade. It covers Georgia's first capital/city from General Oglethorpe's landing to contemporary times. We off-load at some sites to get a closer look at some monuments. The bluff where James Edward Oglethorpe first pitched his tent; General Sherman's headquarters' the sight of the main battle during the American Revolution War's Siege of Savannah; African American history and many other interesting points are included in this tour.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Meeting Location is arranged between the group leader or driver with the tour guide. This usually occurs somewhere in the downtown historic district.
End location: At the end of the tour, the guide will be left somewhere in the historic district near the original pickup point.
Duration: 2 hours
This tour is conducted at scheduled times unless other arrangements are made with the group leader. During inclement weather, the tour time may only be changed if travel danger is advised by the weather service.
This is a step on tour that takes place in the comfort of your motor coach with directions given by the tour guide.
I join you in the comfort of your coach.
You are free to ask questions and interact with your guide
We tend to have a lot of fun as we learn from each other.
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.