Savannah is a picturesque coastal city in Georgia. It’s best known for its peaceful parks, and historic center, which has cobbled-stoned roads and squares.
Top things to do include visiting Forsyth Park, walking around the Owens-Thomas House, which is an English-Regency style building that houses a museum, and visiting the Juliette Gordon Low District, which is named after the founder of Girl Scouts and is a series of three historic houses that date back to the early 19th century.
In Savannah you can also pay a visit to the first African Baptist Church, which was founded in 1788, making it one of the oldest African-American churches in the U.S.
The best time to visit Savannah is from March to July when the trees and flowers go into bloom and summer hits the South.
Known as one of the world’s friendliest cities, Savannah, Georgia, is a coastal resort separated from South Carolina by the Savannah River.
Savannah is a place where vacationers can truly escape it all. The laid-back, welcoming vibe has been delighting visitors for hundreds of years as has the art, architecture and unique stores. From browsing boutiques, taking a horse drawn sightseeing carriage ride or taking part singing karaoke in one of the many bars, there is so much to do in Savannah.
Whatever the reason for a vacation, Savannah is one of the friendliest, interesting and culturally-rich destinations in America. Families and friends are sure to have a perfect vacation in this gem of the south.
The charm of this city bursts out of every corner and building. The historic and Victorian districts are must-visits, as well as the Starland and Moon River districts.
The Victorian district is the city’s first district and has elaborate homes first built in the 1800s. There are also some vacation rentals and art galleries in this residential neighborhood.
Starland District is the buzzing, up-and-coming cultural center of Savannah. The galleries, boutiques and music venues are all definitely worth a visit.
Get back to nature in the Moon River district with a trip to salt marshes and forest trails to spot wildlife and aquatic animals. There is also an in-depth look at the Gullah Geechee oystering community which has been operating in Savannah for decades.
No trip to Savannah is complete without sampling the local cuisine so head to the Victorian district to check out some southern flavours!
No visit to Savannah is complete without a tour of the landmark historic district -- the hub of downtown Savannah. Complete with parks, museums, monuments, restored 18th-century homes, boutiques and more than 100 restaurants, downtown is the heart of Savannah.
A fun evening adventure is to join a ghost tour and discover the spooky past of this town.
Walk, jog or cycle around the district to spot fascinating old homes and cool off in the shade of a garden.
Take to the water in a riverboat to explore the coastline or jump on a trolley tour to see the city through local eyes.
Charter boats are available for dolphin spotting trips or sea fishing, golfers can play a game at one of the area’s championship golf courses and Tybee Beach is perfect for an afternoon in the sun. There are also kayaks and canoes to hire and paddle along the coastline or in the Savannah, Ogeechee and Vernon rivers to discover the wildlife close-up.
There are lots of vacation rentals to choose from in this charming city. Including vacation rentals that are pet-friendly, have several bedrooms and two bathrooms, flat screen TVs and full kitchens, a vacation rental in Savannah is a home away from home.
If you're heading to the beach, Tybee Island also has a wide selection of vacation homes.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Savannah. The warmest months in Savannah are June and July, when temperatures reach 99 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to 23 ˚F. The wettest month in Savannah is September with 7.82 inches of rain, while the driest month is March with 0.66 inches of rain.
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