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Savannah, GA

 3 days, 2 nights


HIGH SEASON - very populated, warm weather

  • March, April, May, June, July, Aug - ​Spring & Summer

    • Hi 70°F - 90°F (21°C-32°C)

    • Low 48°F - 72°F (9°C-22°C)

  • December - Holiday Season

    • Hi​ 62°F (16°C), Low 41°F (5°C)

SHOULDER SEASON - less crowds, lower prices

  • Sept, Oct, Nov - warm days, chilly nights (Fall)

    • Hi 73°F - 80°F (23°C-26°C)

    • Low 54°F - 64°F (12°C-18°C)

LOW SEASON - cooler weather, less crowds, prices dip

  • Jan, Feb - late winter

    • Hi 60°F (15°C), Low 38°F (3°C)​

When did we go?

APRIL - the weather was perfect. Sunny and warm in the day, chilly and cool at night. We did get a few rain showers, but that's to be expected in the spring. Crowds were not bad at all, but reservations were full at the more popular restaurants. We did see about 4-5 small, low-key bachelorette parties, and one bachelor party.

Budget $$

Savannah is very budget friendly. There are high end hotels, but also many budget friendly boutique hotels and tons of Airbnb options. Savannah has a combination of cuisine, prices ranging all over, so it's easy to find affordable food. There are also a handful of grocery stores close by. If you do not fly in to the tiny Savannah Airport, the most expensive thing would be renting a car from the Atlanta Airport (4 hours) or Jacksonville Airport (2 hours). 

Refer to this post for the top 10 things to do in Savannah, GA  >>>




Arrive in Savannah + Explore​​

  • We live in Orlando, FL, so Savannah is just a 4 hour drive from us 

  • If flying in, here are your airport options:

    • Savannah Airport - 20 minute drive

    • Jacksonville Airport - 2 hour drive

    • Atlanta Airport - 4 hour drive

  • Rent a car and drive to Savannah

  • Check in to The Marriott Riverfront

    • Drop off luggage and head out to explore!​​

  • Lunch at Hitch (Treylor Park)

  • Explore Historic Savannah by foot 

    • see historic churches, colonial park cemetery, chippewa square (where Forrest Gump was filmed!), and more along the way​

  • Dinner at Coco & Moss - delicious!




Forsyth Park, Tybee Beach, Fort Pulaski


  • Early wake up to catch the sunrise!

  • Breakfast at Collins Quarter at Forsyth Park (highly recommend! It was delicious)

    • 30 minute scenic walk from hotel​

  • Explore Forsyth Park & Saturday Morning Farmer's Market

  • Drive to Tybee Island Beach

    • 25 minute drive from downtown Savannah​

  • Explore the beautiful beach and Tybee Pier​

  • Grab lunch at Salt Island - highly recommend!

  • On drive back to Savannah, stop by Fort Pulaski, about halfway on the drive back

    • $10 per adult to enter​

  • Dinner at the iconic Olde Pink House

    • TIP - Make a reservation at least a few days in advance!​




Explore Riverwalk + Wormsloe Plantation​​

  • Breakfast at B. Matthew's Eatery

    • 5 minute walk from hotel​ parallel to the riverwalk

  • Explore riverwalk along Savannah River

    • There is a ton of history to see along the riverwalk

    • Stop by The Savannah Candy Kitchen and get a famous Gopher!​

    • Stop by Byrd's cookies for endless samples of cookies

  • Lunch at Zunzi's sandwiches (yum!)

  • Stop by Wormsloe Plantation on your way out

    • This is where the famous moss covered tree photos are taken!​

  • Head to airport or drive home


Be sure to check out these links below for detailed information on excursions, adventure, food, and more!

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