Travel Blog

Discover Tybee’s travel blog connects all visitors to the island on what’s new and happening in the Tybee and Savannah area. Our blog features great sights and sounds, events and things to do, delicious food and drink, and the best places to shop or dance the night away. Read on to discover the best ways to make the most of your next trip to the South’s best little beach town!


Dogs on the Beach?

Posted By Lisa Loyd / January 26, 2015 / 5 Comments

One of the frequent complaints we hear about Tybee Island is that there is no place on the beach for dogs to play.  At the current time, dogs are not allowed anywhere on Tybee’s beach and violators are subject to a $290 fine for the first offense. There are two dog parks located on the […]

5 (more) Things to Do on Tybee

Posted By Lisa Loyd / January 23, 2015 / 0 Comments

Even though Tybee is well known for its beautiful beach, there is so much more to the island than just a day lounging in the sun. No one will argue that listening to the waves with your toes in the sand, is pretty much the most fantastic way to spend a day, but there is […]
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Tybee Mardi Gras 2015

Posted By Lisa Loyd / January 22, 2015 / 0 Comments

New Orleans may be celebrating Mardi Gras 2015 on February 17th, but we on Tybee Island will be having our own celebration this February 14th. Sure it won’t be as loud, wild, and frenzied as the celebrations in The Big Easy, but Tybee adds its own distinctive flavor to the gumbo of revelry! The Street […]

5 Best Tybee Photos

Posted By Lisa Loyd / January 20, 2015 / 1 Comment

While enjoying a trip to the best little beach town, it’s always a good idea to know the best places for that perfect Tybee vacation photo. Whether you are visiting Tybee for the first time, or returning for another round of fun, there are plenty of iconic photo spots to capture that special moment to […]

Planning a Tybee Wedding

Posted By Lisa Loyd / January 17, 2015 / 2 Comments

  Warm beaches, sandy toes, and the sounds of waves crashing on the shoreline make an absolutely picture perfect background for any blushing bride! BUT….. Planning a Tybee Wedding (or any wedding) can be tricky business, so let us help you out! Choosing a Venue Of course getting married directly on the beach is always […]
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Finding a Vacation Rental

Posted By Lisa Loyd / January 14, 2015 / 0 Comments

So you’ve decided to rent a home or beach side condo for your next trip or family vacation. That’s fantastic! But where do you begin? When searching for the right vacation rental that fits your specific needs it can be absolutely overwhelming, so we have compiled a list of our favorite rental companies, the best […]
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Feeding Seagulls

Posted By Lisa Loyd / January 13, 2015 / 1 Comment

Your toes are in the sand, you can hear the sound of the waves crashing onto the beach, your rum drink is icy cold and delicious, but right as you go to take a bite of that sub sandwich you brought with you to the beach- a large flock of Tybee seagulls descend upon you with […]
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Tybee Rainy Days

Posted By Lisa Loyd / January 12, 2015 / 0 Comments

It happened again!  You pack up the family and take the trip to Tybee that everyone’s been all excited about, only to have your plans ruined by nature. Forget enjoying a beautiful, sunny day! Instead you get rain, grey skies, or maybe just cold, damp, nastiness. Do not despair. It never seems to rain for […]

Tybee Restaurant Week

Posted By admin / January 8, 2015 / 0 Comments

2nd Annual Tybee Island Restaurant Week Celebrates Island’s Coastal Culinary Scene January 16-25. Sponsored in part by Connect Savannah, Tybee Island Restaurant Week will feature 10-days of delicious island fare at a long list of local dining hotspots
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Explore Tybee

Posted By Joseph Richardson, Ph.D / January 8, 2015 / 2 Comments

Explore Tybee One of the most pleasant surprises for visitors to Tybee Island is the vast variety of marine animals that occur along its shorelines.  Every beach trip is likely to reveal something new that you had not seen previously.  Even after spending more than 30 years studying and conducting research along Tybee, I still […]