Historic Charleston & Savannah

MOTORCOACH TOUR Featuring The Citadel, Fort Sumpter, Savannah River Dinner Cruise & Tybee Island

Experience the southern hospitality and charm of two special southern destinations. Enjoy a carriage tour of historic Charleston, a tour of Magnolia Gardens and Manor House, established in 1676.  It is one of the oldest plantations in the south, and the Gardens have been named “One of America’s Most Beautiful Gardens”.  The Citadel – The Military College of South Carolina is a landmark in Charleston and is noted for its educational reputation and rich history.  Meet a Cadet on our guided tour!  Ferry across Charleston Harbor to visit Fort Sumpter – site of the first shots fired in the American Civil War.  The Charleston Tea Garden is the only tea garden in North America where you can see hundreds of thousands of tea bushes stretching out acre after acre for almost as far as the eye can see. Enjoy a trolley ride along the property and lunch on the beautiful grounds.   Learn about one of the largest historic districts in America on a guided trolley tour of Savannah with its cobblestoned squares and manicured parks shaded by oak trees covered with Spanish moss. Enjoy some free time along the Savannah River on River Street with its historic buildings, unique shops and open market.  Tour highlights include an evening Dinner Cruise on the Savannah River and a Classic Savannah Ghost Tour!  Enjoy lunch at the original Paula Deen’s The Lady & Sons Restaurant and enjoy fantastic fresh catch seafood dinners.  Visit the beautiful beaches of Tybee Island and the historic Tybee Island Lighthouse.  This coastal trip is full of history and charm and includes 2 nights at Embassy Suites at Historic Charleston Harbor, and 2 nights at Hilton Garden Inn in Savannah’s Historic District.  Includes 10 Meals (4 Breakfasts/2 Lunches/4 Dinners)

Cost per person: $1945

Per Person Cost is Based on Double Occupancy. Call for Single Availability.

$300 Deposit
Final Payment Due 01/17/2025
Cancellation Waiver $159
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