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Georgia's Golden Isles

JEKYLL ISLAND CLUB

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This Package Includes:

  • Jekyll Island Historic District Tour
  • Tour of St. Simons Island
  • Dolphin Cruise
  • Admissions Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation
  • Admissions to Fort King George
  • Admission to the St. Simons Lighthouse
  • Dinner at Iguana's Seafood
  • Dinner at Blue Water Restaurant

3 Days 2 Nights

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Tour Packages Golden Isles, GA

Jekyll Island, The Land of Kings – Spanish moss-laden live oaks lead the way to what was once the winter playground of America’s rich and powerful. In 1904, it was declared the “richest, the most exclusive, the most inaccessible club in the world.” Members who arrived by yacht or private train, represented one-sixth of the world’s wealth at that time. Their names are still recognized today; Morgan, Vanderbilt, Rockefeller, Astor and Pulitzer. And the grandeur of their winter playground, now resort and open to the public, still inspires awe. Members built riverside cottages – enormous residences designed to house entire families and staff – on the grounds for themselves and guests. The Jekyll Island Club was established in 1886 as a hunting retreat for American’s wealthiest families After a 20 Million Dollar restoration that began in 1985, the Jekyll Island Club is still considered one of the country’s most exclusive and intriguing resorts.

St. Simons Island is one of the most charming and friendly places on earth! You will feel it the minute you arrive on the island. Beneath the draping Spamish moss and arms of the giant live oaks that line the roads and pathways, an island of residents, part-timers and visitors are happy to be spending their time in this special place and happy to share it with you. You will see such sites as the Marshes of Glynn, The Pier Village, the Bloody Marsh Battle Site, Fort Frederica National Monument, Gascoigne Bluff, St. Simons Island Lighthouse Museum, Christ Church and the sites of the 13 original plantations.

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Tour Savannah Georgia
JULIETTE GORDON-LOW BIRTHPLACE

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    This Package Includes:

  • Tour Savannah Historic District
  • Tour Savannah LowCountry
  • Entrance Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
  • Admission Savannah History Museum
  • Admission to the Andrew Low House
  • Admission to the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum
  • Performance at the Savannah Theatre
  • Dinner at Mrs.Wilkes Dining Room
  • Dinner at The Pirates' House

3 Days 2 Nights

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In 1955, seven public spirited women formed the Historic Savannah Foundation and led a daring drive to save buildings for restoration. In 1966, the city was designated a National Historic District by the Department of the Interior. 2.5 square miles, 200 acres - one of the largest Historic Districts in the nation!

Many of Savannah’s ante-bellum structures designated for restoration represent fine examples of classical architectural ideals. Oglethorpe’s town plan, with its unusual grid of wards and squares imbued an order of harmony, proportion and symmetry that is not found anywhere else in the United States.

Since the resurgence of civic pride and the fight to salvage the remaining remnants of a glorious bygone era, Savannah continues its ongoing restoration efforts, one building at a time. The landscaped beauty of the original city plan, based on squares, is still heralded as a masterpiece of urban planning and this, combined with the preservation of over 1,000 houses, has made Savannah a major destination in the Southeastern United States.

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Sapel Island and Okefenokee Swamp

SAPELO FERRY

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This Package Includes:

  • Tour the Okefenokee Swamp
  • Tour Sapelo Island
  • Tour of Historic Brunswick
  • Dinner at Crane Cottage on Jekyll Island
  • Lunch at Reynolds Mansion
  • Dinner at Zachry's
  • Brunswick Actor's Theatre

3 Days 2 Nights

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The Georgia Coast offers visitors an area where “nature lovers can wander deserted stretches of sand, where the only other inhabitants are the loggerhead turtles and the scampering shorebirds.”

“The Georgia Coast stretches for a little more than 100 miles between the Savannah and the St. Mary’s Rivers. Its majesty is a string of barrier islands unsurpassed in their pristine beauty.” Sapelo Island is just one of these beautiful islands ready for your inspection and enjoyment.

“Sapelo Island enables visitors to see virtually every facet of a barrier island’s natural community, from the diversified wildlife of the forestland uplands, to the vast expanses of salt marsh and the complex beach and dunes systems.

The wonder world of Okefenokee Swamp is a significant part of America’s heritage; a beautifully preserved segment of what was here when America began. As Headwaters of the Suwannee and St. Mary‘s rivers, Okefenokee is a National Wildlife Refuge which covers nearly a half million acres. Both entrances, Waycross and Folkston, are a magnificent show-window for the “land of the Trembling Earth.”

Evening entertainment at the Brunswick Actor's Theatre for one of their delightful productions

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