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Explore Savannah’s Hinterland: Outdoors & Georgia Coast

Savannah River near Savannah National Wildlife Refuge Photo (c) Garry Tucker, USFWS. Used under Creative Commons license with attribution.

Passing up the Savannah River at Houlihan Bridge towards Savannah National Wildlife Refuge.

SAVANNAH Georgia (September 22, 2013) — Hankerin’ for an adventurer’s good time, but never thought about Savannah? Green Palm Inn encourages boomer and young professional adventurers to get beyond the downtown tour shuttles and haunted tours and explore Savannah’s hinterland.

The Georgia Coast is a water sport haven. Get out into Savannah’s coastal hinterland and give outdoor- and water sports in the open seas and tidewaters a whirl!

National Wildlife Refuge Week’s celebration is a grand time to start — October 11-13, 2013.

Savannah National Wildlife Refuge Riverboat Cruise.
Sunday, October 13th, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has partnered with the Savannah Riverboat Company to provide a unique opportunity to visit the Savannah NWR by water. During the 3-hour cruise (1:00 – 4:00 PM), guests will have the opportunity to enjoy a lunch buffet and listen to an interpretive program while traveling up the Savannah River. President Roosevelt, portrayed by Joe Wiegand, will address the audience and then refuge staff will talk about the management of the refuge. This is a family-friendly event with special entertainment planned for children. Reservations for the cruise must be made through the Savannah Riverboat Cruises by calling (800) 786-6404 or visiting www.savannahriverboat.com. The cruise, with the lunch buffet, is $46.95 for adults and $25.95 for children 4-12. The cruise only (no lunch) will be $26.95 for adults and $16.95 for children 4-12. Concessions may also be purchased on the riverboat.

Below are more ideas of things to do and get outdoors on waterways near Savannah and Tybee Island, Georgia.  If you’re a beginner and not sure (as you explore any new sport or adventure), ask about an opportunity to finish off a lesson or two to find your comfort zone.

We love water sports and Savannah’s maritime adventures, and admit we have not personally tried all of these.  Let us know what you think!  At Green Palm Inn bed and breakfast in Savannah we’ll help you make the high quality connections to things to do near Savannah.

Want to learn more now? Just give Diane McCray a call — toll free (888) 606-9510, or local in Savannah (912) 447-8901. Email greenpalminn@aol.com now.

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