Segway Tybee Island

Price: 75.00
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What Do I Pay: 75.00 Excluding Taxes
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Availability: In Stock
Expire On: 1/6/2019 9:15 AM

Length: 60 minutes

Price: $75 per Segway;
Value for memories: Priceless!
TRAINING starts 15 minutes prior to tour time.*
Gratuity is not included in ticket price. Tipping is customary if you enjoy your tour, but it is not mandatory.
Segway tours by Savannah Segway
When visiting Savannah,Georgia Tybee Island Beach is a must. Tybee Island is located just 25 minutes from historic downtown Savannah. The road to Tybee is one way in and one way out so take in the great sites on your way to Tybee island our Van has plenty of windows. Look for Fort Pulaski a fort that was once occupied by both the Union and the Confederates during the civil war. Just pass the fort is the Cockspur lighthouse it's the smallest lighthouse in Georgia it marks the South Channel of the Savannah River. A Savannah Segway tour or Electric Bike tour is an innovative way to get around the north beach without tiring yourself out.The Segway is a personal transportation device that you ride which has large all terrain tires and is the perfect way to enjoy the sandy roads.On this Savannah Segway Tour you'll see the Island of Tybee which has a lot more to offer than just a pretty coastline. Along the Beach of Tybee you will also find unique boutiques and delicious restaurants. The Tybee Island Savannah Segway Tour is a unique way to visit this beautiful picturesque place. Tybee consists of a sandy beach on its eastern shore and a tidal salt marsh on its western shore. The interior consists of a maritime forest and freshwater sloughs. The Savannah River empties into the Atlantic Ocean just north of Tybee Island, placing the island in a historically strategic location. Let the guide on this Savannah Segway tour of Tybee Island explain this historic significants.
The Loggerhead Sea Turtle is represented all around Tybee Island with the use of the turtle shaped informational signs. The Sea Turtle nesting is from May-October and Tybee has many volunteers to help protect them. The turtles are also protected by the Endangered Species Act so if you see them please take a minute to enjoy them.
On our Savannah Segway tour we will share Tybee Island's beach history. Tybee discovered and claimed by Spanish explorers who were out looking for wealth in the New World. Strategically Tybee Island was considered very important because it is located at the “mouth” of the Savannah river.
Our Savannah Segway tour will Segway you pass some of their historical Battery's and explain their history as you will learn and see the Endicott Defense System.
This Savannah Segway tour is a must see of things to do in Savannah and Tybee Island Beach for the entire family. We will Segway to the Lighthouse but leave the climbing of The Tybee Light Station for another time. This Savannah Segway tour takes you around this light station which is an impressive historical monument. As our Savannah Segway tour takes you around the north beach tour you can have your picture made on your Segway in front of this very stately Light House. Learn about how Fort Pulaski and Tybee Island are tied together.
After your Savannah Segway tour you might just want to go back to the beach. A little beach advise, it is always best to be aware of the rules and regulations of the beach. Symbols to be aware of are the Beach Flags. Double red flags indicate that the water is closed to public use, a single red flag indicates that there is a high hazard and rough conditions. A yellow flag is indicative of a medium hazard of possible light surf and currents. A green flag shows that there is a low hazard and the beach conditions are calm. A purple flag is to let you know to be mindful of marine animals such as jelly fish, sting rays, and fish that can be harmful to fishes. The Tybee Island, Savannah Segway tour, doesn't take you to the beach but it's a fun day to spend a sunny afternoon after your tour.
Some of the rules of Tybee Island Beach are as follows:
No glass or breakable containers allowed on the beach.
Place litter in trash containers.
Always swim within 50 yards of the shoreline.
Surfboarding and fishing are only allowed in certain areas.
You are not allowed to fish for shark from the beach, docks, or piers.
No jumping or diving from the pier or any public structure.
No walking or climbing on the rocks, jetties, or any public structure.
Obey the lifeguards.
No disturbing the dune vegetation.
Pets are not allowed on the beach.
Fires are not allowed on the beach.
No disorderly conduct.
No nudity is allowed on the beach.
Beer kegs are not allowed on the beach.
No motorized vehicles are allowed on the beach.
When visiting a beach people love to collect shells and sand dollars. While collecting a sand dollar skeleton is perfect fine acceptable you should be mindful to not collect a live sand dollar. These sand dollars are actually live creatures and taking a live sand dollar actually threatens the species. If the sand dollar is gray you let it stay! Tybee Island offers many family activities such as paddle boarding, kayaking, fishing, biking, jet skiing, whatever you are in the mood for you can find it on Tybee Island. Let us show you the magnificence of this island with the ease and freedom on your Savannah Segway tour and electric bikes.
Gratuity is not included in ticket price. Tipping is customary if you enjoy your tour, but it is not mandatory.
*Company reserves the right to adjust training time if a busy schedule warrants a delay.