Wilderness Southeast Coastal Georgia Tour

Wilderness Southeast is a non-profit educational organization that among other things offers a wide variety of eco-tourism tours, many of which originate in Savannah's landmark historic district, in both the low season and high season for value seeking travelers visiting the Hostess City. The Alligators and Anhingas tour program embarks from several different historic district locations, both the Hyatt Regency and The Westin on Hutchinson Island, serving as two of the pick up points for this particular tour. Contact Wilderness Southeast directly to find out more about their different embarkation points when planning your itinerary in close proximity to your own hotel room, bed and breakfast accommodation, historic inn lodging, or vacation rental condominium while staying in Savannah or out on Tybee Island.

These tours provide an informative couple of hours for the adventure vacation seeking tourist while combining historic information of the early settlers of Savannah along with the unique coastal natural resources that are still evident today as viewed in the Savannah Wildlife Refuge just across the Talmadge Memorial Bridge in South Carolina.

2 W. Bay St. - Hyatt Regency Hotel parking lot

(912) 897 - 5108