Posts Tagged ‘Tybee Island’

Take A Savannah Dolphin Watching Cruise!

June 26th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Take a Savannah dolphin cruise with Dolphin Magic!How do you make a two-hour, narrated cruise to see sights like Savannah’s waterfront and Tybee Island Lighthouse even better? Add in dolphins, of course, on a Savannah Dolphin Watching Cruise!

The waters around Savannah contain lots of amazing and beautiful sea life including Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. Dolphin Magic Tours’ guarantees you’ll see dolphins during one of their two-hour, narrated cruises.

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Raise A Glass For Tybee Wine Festival 2015

March 14th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

2015 Tybee Wine FestivalTybee Wine Festival 2015 – April 22nd through the 26th – is the annual, springtime celebration of wine and coastal cuisine held on Georgia’s gorgeous Tybee Island.

Wine, food, sun, and surf: Tybee Wine Festival 2015 has a little something for everyone with five fun and educational wine and fine cuisine events to choose from – take a look:

2015 Tybee Wine Festival Event Schedule

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Work Up an Appetite for Tybee Island Restaurant Week!

December 22nd, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Tybee Island Restaurant Week 2015Tybee Island is known for its top-rated restaurants – now you can sample some of the island’s finest offerings for only $25 to $30 per person during the 2nd annual Tybee Island Restaurant Week!

Tybee Island’s famous and popular restaurants offer a diverse range of high cuisine fit to please a wide range of discriminating tastes. Tybee Island Restaurant Week gives you the opportunity to sample from this delicious array of fine dining establishments at a fraction of what you would normally pay.

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Visit the Historic Tybee Island Lighthouse

April 30th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Tybee Island LighthouseLighthouses fascinate us and with good reason – they are iconic, historic, and reach far out over the waves to help save lives – Tybee Island Lighthouse is no exception.

Tybee Island Lighthouse has been an iconic part of the Georgia shoreline in one form or another since 1736, having been built when Georgia was but the 13th colony of England’s holdings in the New World.

At first Tybee Island Lighthouse had no light at all and was just a 90 foot tower meant to serve as a guide on the horizon during the day. Built near the shore of the island, it wasn’t too long before this early tower was destroyed by a storm and had to be rebuilt.

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Take the Tybee Polar Plunge 2014

December 16th, 2013 by Corey A. Edwards

It’s January first, 2014: you survived 2013 and the celebrations of last evening. Now you’re looking to start the new year off right – but how?

Look no further. I have got the perfect idea for you: throw yourself in the freezing Atlantic.

No, I’m not trying to be a wiseacre. I’m talking about taking the annual Tybee Polar Plunge on Tybee Island!

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