Tybee Island Beach Blog

Tybee Island Travel Blog

Discover Tybee Island’s travel blog connects all visitors to the island on what is new and happening on Tybee Island and in the surrounding Savannah area. Our travel blog features some really great sights and sounds, events, festivals and things to do, delicious food and drink from local restaurants, as well as some of the best places to shop or dance the night away. Read through Discover Tybee Island’s travel blog so you and your family can discover the best ways to make the most of your next trip to the South’s best little beach town!

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Planning a Tybee Wedding

Warm beaches, sandy toes, and the sounds of waves crashing on the shoreline make an absolutely picture-perfect background for any blushing bride! BUT….. Planning a Tybee Wedding (or any wedding) can be

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Feeding Seagulls

Please DO NOT FEED the Seagulls! Your toes are in the sand, you can hear the sound of the waves crashing onto the beach, your rum drink is icy cold

Things to Do

Tybee Rainy Days

It happened again!  You pack up the family and take the trip to Tybee that everyone’s been all excited about, only to have your plans ruined by nature. Forget enjoying

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Day Trips from Tybee

Day Trip to Savannah: Off the Beaten Path

While exploring the Historic District and catching well-traveled sights is an essential part of experiencing Savannah, there are plenty of restaurants and shops that go unseen by first-time visitors. When

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A Day In Savannah

Tybee Island and Savannah are inextricably linked, and for one obvious reason – if you want to get to Tybee, you need to travel through Savannah first. Or, at least,

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Day Trip to Wormsloe Historic Site

Wormsloe Historic Site greets visitors with a long drive surrounded by live oak trees that create a scenic tunnel to Savannah’s past. It’s actually the longest live oak-covered road in

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Day trip to Darien Georgia

Darien, Georgia rests at the mouth of the Altamaha River about 80 miles south of Tybee Island. Founded in 1736, it is the second oldest town in the state. Its

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Day Trip to Cumberland Island

Cumberland Island is rich in history, wildlife, and isolation. As a National Seashore, the island’s natural beauty is fiercely protected by the government, as are its feral horses. The island

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Day Trip to a True Low Country Village

Bluffton, South Carolina Located at the southernmost tip of the South Carolina coast lies Bluffton, one of the last true low country villages in the South. With a 40 mile