5 Unconventional Ways to Get Around in Savannah
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Savannah is an extremely walkable city that is perfect for strolling, but sometimes it’s nice to give your feet a rest and take a ride through the city. Adventurers – this one’s for you! Make the most of your vacation with these fabulous ways to get around Savannah.
1. Zoom Through the City on a Segway
Hop on a Segway with Adventure Tours in Motion! Their friendly guides will narrate while you listen through earbuds about the history, fun facts and novelties of beautiful Savannah. No experience is necessary -- the guides will teach you how to ride like a pro before we getting on the road.
2. Hop on Board a Pedicab
Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride! On this comfortable bicycle chariot, a seasoned cyclist will do the pedaling as you relax and take in Savannah’s scenery. Pedicabs work like traditional taxis – you can call and order one or hail one on the street! Riding on the back of this bicycle contraption will make you feel like a kid again. Call Savannah Pedicab to book a ride or simply flag one down as you see it rounding a square.
3. Zip Around the Squares on an 18-Passenger Convertible
Kelly Tours' lavish, climate-controlled convertible is the ultimate way to travel through Savannah in style. Relax as you ride through the city on comfortable, reclining leather bucket seats, each seat equipped with its own USB charging port. Kelly Tours has transportation experience, and they know how to deliver a quality motorcoach charter experience every time.
4. Cross the River on the Savannah Belles Ferry
Enjoy the water, sunshine and cool water while cruising across the Savannah River! The Savannah Belles Ferry offers multiple departures throughout the day, departing from two locations on River Street and one at the Savannah Convention Center. The ferry departs every 10-20 minutes, making it easy to fit a ride into your schedule. Bonus? It’s completely free!
5. Travel by Electric Bike
Explore Tybee Island, Savannah's beach, by electric bicycle! Boo's Bikes allow you to see Tybee Island at your own pace. These exciting electric bikes have fat tires and can go up to 20 miles per hour! You can rent these bikes for an entire day, and Boo's Bikes even provides helmets and locks!