Tours in Savannah

Trolley tour

Savannah has dozens of tour providers, and finding the right one can be a daunting task to say the least. We recommend you start by deciding on your preferred mode of transportation: trolley, bus, horse-drawn carriage, hearse, fancy scooter, kayak, riverboat or your own two feet. Once you decide how to get around, choose the tour theme you;d like. Savannah offers a wide variety of tours and you are bound to find one that’s right for you, including history tours, architectural tours, food tours, pub tours, architectural tours, even nighttime ghost tours.

Old Savannah Tours and Old Town Trolley Tours are two of the most popular tour companies in the city. Both offer guided “hop on on-off” tours of the Historic District. These tours offer guests the option to stay onboard and continue the tour or get off and explore the surrounding area, then catch the next trolley.

There are also some very popular walking tours, namely Explore Savannah! and Architectural Tours of Savannah. Carriage tours are also popular, and they include Carriage Tours of Savannah and Historic Savannah Carriage Tours. Another popular tour theme is the Hearse Ghost Tours. If you’re looking more of an adventurous type, then the tour with Moon River Kayak might be your cup of tea.

Savannah Riverboat Cruises

Savannah Riverboat Cruises Relax and enjoy an unforgettable narrated tour of Savannah on a Riverboat cruise. Let Savannah Riverboat Cruises take you for a ride and enjoy the warm, river breezes on a sightseeing harbor tour. This is a unique tour and cruise attraction that includes a moonlit dinner, entertainment… Read more »

Carriage Tours of Savannah

Carriage Tours of Savannah You haven’t really seen Savannah until you tour it by horse-drawn carriage. Carriage Tours of Savannah, the city’s first carriage tour company, takes you on a journey back into Savannah’s colorful past. You will be transported by horse-drawn carriage around the centuries-old city and also get a thorough historic overview of… Read more »