Fall Break Savannah / Tybee Island / Hilton Head Trip
Travel with M2K Events for a weekend filled with fun and adventure. Throughout the weekend, we will visit Savannah to experience River Street and the Freedom Trail, Black History Tour; then on to Tybee Island that evening to enjoy the beautiful beach and a Sunset Dolphin Watching Cruise. To top off the weekend, we will travel to Hilton Head to experience a Gullah Heritage Tour and the Hilton Head Tanger Outlets.
For Fall Break Savannah / Tybee Island / Hilton Head
Savannah / Tybee Island / Hilton Head
Departure Date – Day 1
Saturday, October 22, 2016 at 5:00 AM
5:00 AM OLD PIGGLY WIGGLY Parking Lot 2826 Meredyth Drive, Albany, GA 31707. (We are not responsible for cars left in the parking lot. Parking is at your own risk).
10:00AM – Savannah, River Street
Freedom Trail, Black History Tour
Check in Hotel
Savannah, GA to check-in at 3:00PM. LIMITED ROOMS AVAILABLE!!! Doubles and King rooms available. All rooms are SUITES. Separate bedroom and living room areas with pull out sofa.
At 5:00PM group will travel to “Tybee Island” to experience beach and Sunset Dolphin Watching Cruise.
Group will travel back to Savannah to Tanger Outlets for shopping and dinner (at own expense).
Return to Hotel
Group will return to hotel after dinner.
Departure Date – Day 2
Sunday, October 23, 2016
Hot Breakfast (AM Skillet & Breakfast Bar) included.
Group will check-out of hotel and travel to Hilton Head. Group will experience Gullah Heritage Tour and Hilton Head outlets for lunch and shopping. Lunch and shopping at own expense!
Return to Albany
After tour, shopping and lunch, group will depart for home…a time to chat with friends about all the fun things you have done, the great sights you have seen, and where your next M2K Events trip will take you!
$320.00 PER PERSON (1 PER ROOM) $280.00 without Sunset Cruise and Freedom Trail Tour
$240.00 PER PERSON (2 PER ROOM) $200.00 without Sunset Cruise and Freedom Trail Tour
$210.00 PER PERSON (3 PER ROOM) $170.00 without Sunset Cruise and Freedom Trail Tour
$200.00 PER PERSON (4 PER ROOM) $160.00 without Sunset Cruise and Freedom Trail Tour
$190.00 PER PERSON (5 PER ROOM) $150.00 without Sunset Cruise and Freedom Trail Tour
$185.00 PER PERSON (6 PER ROOM) $145.00 without Sunset Cruise and Freedom Trail Tour
CONTACT FOR FAMILY RATES!
- Round-trip motor coach transportation
- Hotel Accommodations
- Hot Breakfast (Skillet & Breakfast Bar) at Hotel
- Three (3) Tours – Freedom Trail Black History Tour (OPTIONAL) , Sunset Cruise (OPTIONAL), & Gullah Tour
- Refreshments on charter bus
- Movies, games, music and a comfortable ride
All payments are NON-REFUNDABLE due to contractual agreements. ALL PAYMENTS DUE IN FULL BY SEPTEMBER 16, 2016.
Travel Insurance Available and STRONGLY ENCOURAGED!
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Experiencing Savannah also means enjoying the finest in our arts, heritage, culture, and music. Savannah has a tour for everyone. Walking, carriage and trolley tours that showcase its architecture, history, hauntings and films are sprinkled around the Historic District. Savannah has 22 beautiful park-like squares, stroll along River Street.
Tybee Island has five miles of uninterrupted public beach, you can stroll, swim or snooze to your heart's content. The fish are jumping. The dolphins are playing just a hundred yards out. Just a few miles east of Savannah, Georgia, Tybee Island will tempt you with its eclectric style, thriving natural habitat, and easy going personality. Kids love it too.
The second largest barrier island on the Eastern Seaboard, Hilton Head, South Carolina has it all. This stunning resort destination has world-class golf, award-winning dining, superior shopping and endless recreational indulgences for lovers of land and sea. The beauty of this semi-tropical island is unparalleled, but it's that good ol' southern hospitality that makes it really shine. White sandy beaches, warmed year round by the Gulf Stream, stretch for 12 miles of stunning natural beauty.
YOUR TOUR INFORMATION!
FREEDOM TRAIL, BLACK HISTORY TOUR
You haven’t seen Savannah until you’ve taken the Freedom Trail Tour! During your tour you will see: Remnants of Underground Railroad, Where “free persons of color” lived during slavery times, Port of entry where slaves were bought and sold, Old Black communities, Savannah’s African-American Monument. You will also visit The First African Baptist Church, the oldest black church in North America, The Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, The Beach Institute-reconstruction school for blacks and the Slave burial grounds.
SUNSET CRUISE – Tybee Island
For a delightful excursion, indulge yourself in the soothing and relaxing affair of a Tybee Island sunset from the unique vantage point of the water. Watch the sun set fire to the sky as the water glides past the boat. Bring a perfect end to your day by watching the suns magnificent reflection on the water as it slowly sinks beyond the horizon. Along with the beauty of a summer Georgia sunset, you will have an experience of which memories are made. You will experience bottle-nosed dolphins swimming in their natural habitat. Also during your cruise along Tybee’s Historic and beautiful coast, you will see the Cockspur Island Lighthouse, the Tybee Island Lighthouse and Fort Pulaski.
GULLAH HERITAGE TOUR
Learn about the culture of Gullah people during a two-hour narrated bus tour. The tours are narrated by native Gullah folks who are descendants of former slaves dating back to years immediately after the Civil War. You will travel through the Gullah communities on Hilton Head Island when the island’s landscape was only farmlands, trees, dirt roads, wildlife and natural waterways throughout and around the island. The distinctive Gullah language, traditional foods and recipes, music, religion, social structure and folktales will all be woven into an interactive educational and entertaining experience. You will come away with an understanding of how the descendants of former enslaved people developed and maintained these communities on the then-isolated island.
At the halfway point, you will have a 15-20 minute rest stop at one of the Public Beach accesses, allowing for a casual stroll over a boardwalk to view the Atlantic Ocean and refresh.