Girls Trip to Savannah

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Advisor - Kate O'Connell
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Kate O'Connell

  • Savannah

  • Georgia

  • Arts & Culture

  • Bachelorette Party Destinations

  • Food & Wine

  • Girls Getaway

  • Nightlife

  • Entertainment

Exploring the southern beauty and hospitality of Savannah with girl friends.
Curator’s statement

Savannah, Georgia, promises a charming blend of history, culture, southern hospitality and nightlife. It is the perfect destination for a girl's trip or even a bachelorette party! With Tybee Island only 25-minutes away, you can sneak in some hours at the beach and then unwind with a cocktail on a fantastic rooftop bar or a ghost tour.

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Things to do in Savannah

Tybee Island is a laid-back and picturesque coastal paradise

Shopping on Broughton Street

Broughton Street is Savannah's primary shopping district, offering a mix of boutiques, art galleries and unique shops. Spend an afternoon strolling and finding souvenirs to take home.

Tybee Island

Take a short drive to Tybee Island to enjoy the beach, soak up the sun, and have some fun in the ocean. You can also rent bicycles or kayaks to explore the island further.

Rooftop Bars

Enjoy some rooftop cocktails with stunning views of Savannah's skyline. There are several rooftop bars in the city that offer a perfect ambiance for a girls' night out.

Savannah Riverboat Cruise

Embark on a riverboat cruise along the Savannah River. Enjoy the scenic views, live music and maybe even a dinner cruise with delicious southern cuisine.

Historic District Tour

Explore the picturesque Historic District with its cobblestone streets, oak-shaded squares and antebellum architecture. Consider taking a guided walking or trolley tour to learn about the city's rich history and spooky ghost stories.

Spa Day

Treat yourselves to a spa day at one of Savannah's luxurious spas. Relax with massages, facials and other pampering treatments.

Wine Tasting

Visit one of the nearby vineyards or wine shops for a wine tasting experience. Raise a glass to the bride-to-be and indulge in some delicious wine.

Ghost Tour

For a unique and thrilling experience, join a ghost tour in Savannah's haunted historic district. It's a fun way to learn about the city's spooky legends and history.

Private Trolley Tour

Arrange a private trolley tour for your group to explore Savannah's Historic District while enjoying drinks and entertainment on board. Some trolley companies offer specialized bachelorette party packages.

Day Trips

Tybee Island is a beautiful barrier island located just 18 miles east of Savannah, Georgia. Known for its pristine beaches, relaxed atmosphere and vibrant local culture.

Places to eat & drink in Savannah

waterfront at sunset

The Olde Pink House: Located in an 18th-century mansion, this restaurant is renowned for its traditional Southern cuisine and elegant ambiance.

The Collins Quarter: A trendy café with an Australian-inspired menu, The Collins Quarter is known for its excellent brunch options and specialty coffee.

Zunzi's: If you're looking for something more casual, try Zunzi's, a popular spot for delicious sandwiches, salads and South African-inspired fare.

Leopold's Ice Cream: A must-visit for dessert lovers, Leopold's has been serving delicious homemade ice cream since 1919. Indulge in classic flavors or try their seasonal offerings.

Treylor Park: A hip and quirky restaurant offering a creative fusion of comfort food and international flavors. I am conviced they get their chicken and fry recipe from Chick Fil'a.

The Ordinary Pub: A popular spot in Savannah's downtown, The Ordinary Pub has a vibrant atmosphere, and an eclectic menu featuring burgers, tacos, and unique cocktails like an 84 oz Mule.

Big Bon Bodega: This place is famous for its artisanal biscuits. Enjoy a variety of biscuits, from classic buttermilk to creative toppings like pimento cheese and fried chicken. They have recently been featured on Guy Fieris' Dinner Drive-Ins and Dines.

Advisor - Kate O'Connell

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Looking for more travel inspo? Check out Fora Travel Advisor Isabel Smallman's guide, Foodie's Guide to Savannah. This guide is part of our ongoing series on travel to Savannah.