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Get Outdoors in Savannah: We Don’t Startle the Wildlife!

SAVANNAH Georgia USA — Escape travel and soft adventure tourism are on the rise in Savannah. Outdoors travel in The South — America’s south east — would be a holiday is like no other vacation or mini break when you visit Savannah.

Green Palm Inn invites you to explore our coastal city, full of beautiful nature, even for a two-day or three-day trip with lodging accommodations at our cozy cottage inn in historic Savannah.

Within the historic city are urban adventures outdoors that include bird watching, power walking, cycling and photography. Because of Savannah’s temperate weather, Savannah travelers can enjoy outdoor sports — biking, tennis, golf and water adventures during all seasons.

From the resettled Savannah historic district, escape for real Savannah outport leisure. Encounter other adventure & outdoor travelers on the Georgia coast outdoors.

“Travelers appear to be going lean and green by visiting national parks, hiking, and engaging in adventure activities.” — TripAdvisor 2009

  • Set off with a naturalist-led walks to discover in-town wildlife and sculptured gardens.
  • Navigate a picturesque network of rivers, creeks and the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Hike through historic Fort Pulaski.
  • Job or run the McQueen Island Rails to Trails.
  • Drive through Wormsloe Plantation’s majestic oak promenade and tree tunnel.
  • Get out on the water to see dolphins or dive Gray’s Reef, just off the Georgia Coast.
  • Experience and photograph sunrise or sunset over Tybee Island or the Savannah River.
  • Venture off the beaten path to Tybee Island beaches, or Daufuskie Island Gullah tour and culture.

Easy access to nearby soft adventure activities near Savannah include the wildlife refuge, national parks and forts, state parks, hiking, canoeing, bird watching, and kayaking.  About 25 minutes east is Tybee Island, colloquially ‘Savannah Beach’ on the Atlantic Ocean. Fifteen minutes south is the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography.  Don’t forget Ft. Pulaski — beautiful, serene, isolated and full of history.

Ask Diane for more outdoor travel ideas of what to see and the best ways to take in in Savannah. Grab a good book from the Inn’s library before breakfast or bed.

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