9 Unusual Savannah Tours You Won't Want to Miss


Guided by knowledgeable experts, visitors to Savannah have the opportunity to experience our city's rich history through a local lens, with a wide variety of tours available to choose from.

While most tours offer something for every taste in terms of theme, method of travel, and the audience it's aimed at, there are some Savannah tours that are a little more unique. Here’s a list of nine unusual tours you need to try on your next visit to Savannah.

Sip n' Shop

The Sip n' Shop Savannah Tour not only includes our quintessential squares, but also showcases some of the city’s finest boutiques, all while sipping wine along the way (we’ll cheers to that!). To top it off, tour participants are provided discounts of 10-20% along with a complimentary wine tumbler and wine. And perhaps best of all, the tour begins and ends on two of Savannah’s rooftop lounges.

Bull Run Walking Tour

Savannah truly has it all — stunning sights, rich history​ and endless opportunities for exploration. You could spend an entire day just strolling through this charming gem. But why settle for just a day when you can have the ultimate Savannah experience with a Bull Run Walking Tour? That's right, folks, they've got a private 6-hour tour that can be tailored to your whims and fancies within the Historic Landmark District. And to top it off, they'll even treat you to a mouthwatering lunch from one of the city's top-notch eateries. Don't miss out on this unbeatable Savannah extravaganza - give them a shout today to book your spot!

The Bee Garden Tour at Savannah Bee

Buzz on over to the Bee Garden at Savannah Bee Company and get ready for a hive of a good time. Their tour will have you and your group buzzing with excitement as you get up close and personal with the city's hardworking honeybees. This knowledgeable staff will guide you through the inner workings of a beekeeper's world and the fascinating life of a hive. Trust us, it's the bee's knees! The tour usually lasts an hour but can be customized to fit your schedule. Now that's what we call a bee-utiful experience.

Savannah for Morons

Billed as a “comedy show on wheels that roasts nearly 300 years of Savannah lore in just 90 minutes,” the Savannah for Morons, The Comedy Trolley Tour is a high-energy hoot from start to finish. As you ride around the Historic District, you’ll be treated to entertaining skits, musical numbers, costume changes, a few absurd appearances and loads of Savannah history. This tour is PG-13 so you’ll need to find a babysitter for the young visitors. Need more laughs? Your ticket also gets you a 10% discount to a Front Porch Improv show, a local comedy troupe.

Tybee Beach Ecology Tours

Tybee Island, Savannah’s Beach, is about 20 minutes from the Historic Landmark District. This barrier island offers an amazingly diverse collection of marine animals that can be spotted on a stroll of the beach or on a highly-informative tour. Allow local marine scientist and biologist Dr. Joe Richardson to give you a tour of the marine life and habitats of Georgia’s beautiful beaches on a Tybee Beach Ecology Trip. On this beachcombing tour, you’ll explore tide pools, learn about shells and drift specimens, and about Georgia’s notorious tides. This is a tour great for all ages. Be sure to be on the lookout for Tybee’s dolphins too!

Hear Dr. Joe Richardson talk firsthand about his highly-coveted ecology tour on the Savannah, Georgia: Anything But Ordinary Podcast!

Savannah Taste Experience Food Tours

Ready for a culinary adventure involving fantastic food, meeting new people and an amazing tour of the city? The Savannah Taste Experience is a food tour that lingers on your palate and opens the door to some of Savannah's most delicious dishes. As you stroll through picturesque squares taking in the history of the city, you’ll follow your knowledgeable guide to award-winning eateries and local shops specializing in delicious bites. Enjoy a farm-to-table experience at Cha Bella. Cool down with a refreshing mojito at Mint to Be Mojito Bar and grab scratch-made sweets from Savannah’s Candy Kitchen.  Don’t worry, you’ll walk off extra calories on this three-hour walking tour.

Oliver Bentleys Historic Dog Walk Tour

As the first tour in Savannah to be designed, tailored and given specifically for people with dogs, the Oliver Bentleys Historic Dog Walk Tour is a great way for you and your pup to experience Savannah. No pup? No problem! If you’re missing your furbaby back home, join the tour and get your doggy fix! As they say, “history isn’t just for humans when you ‘embark’ on a tour of ‘tales’!” Don’t forget to grab a bag of Oliver Bentleys dog biscuits. They make a great souvenir for your pup’s furry friends back home.

To help plan your visit to Savannah with your dog, the Oliver Bentleys website features a map of restaurants and retail shops that are dog-friendly as well as places to play, in-ground deposit cans, and dog watering fountains. For our Guide to Dog-Friendly Savannah, click here.

Panoramic Tour of Historic Savannah

This isn’t just any ordinary bus tour of Savannah. The 360-degree Panoramic Tour of Historic Savannah is the only local tour to take place in a convertible Mercedes Sprinter van. When the convertible is opened, it offers a full, panoramic view of beautiful Savannah!  This all-ages tour allows you to see the many church steeples and amazing Spanish moss that drapes the city as you glide underneath. You’ll learn about the city’s colorful past including stories related to Savannah’s squares and characters like James Oglethorpe, Johnny Mercer, Juliette Gordon Low, and more.

In a city bursting with history and excitement, these unusual Savannah tours gives visitors an unexpected glimpse into our beautiful town. Try one or try them all! We’re sure you’ll have a great time exploring Savannah no matter which you choose.

Savannah Bike Tour

Named one of the ‘10 Best Tours in Savannah’ by Condé Nast Traveler, Savannah Bike Tours allows you to pedal through history. Seeing the city by bike allows to you cover a lot of ground and gets you to places motorized tours can’t. Plus, a bike tour is the fittest and greenest way to see the sights! Bring your own bike or use theirs - either way, you’ll be sure to enjoy the city at a good pace.

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