Friday, March 13th, is when Barabbas and the Tribe, renowned Junkanoo performers, back to Tybee Island! There will be many opportunities to experience a Junkanoo “Rush” first hand during the St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Look for Barabbas and the Tribe in Tybee’s parade on Saturday, March 14th at 3pm and Savannah’s parade on March 17th. […]
Tybee St Patricks Day Shuttle provided by Old Savannah Tours. We are nearing the annual St. Patrick’s Day festivities here in Savannah, and in order to ensure safety and to provide a service to all of you we will have a shuttle service to downtown from Midtown Savannah and Tybee Island. The cost of this […]
Parents should be at ease when their children are out in the water. The North Island Surf & Kayak Watermans Camp will instill and refine the essential skills that will ensure your children’s personal safety. All of the instructors are highly qualified watermen with years of lifesaving and instructional experience! The meaning of the term “Waterman” […]
Welcome back Budweiser Clydesdales! Perhaps St. Patrick wouldn’t be so happy to see how we celebrate his religious feast day here on Tybee and Savannah but I can tell you it is a heck of a good time! Tybee is going green on March 14th with a fun, family friendly parade. It begins at City Hall […]
Calling all Tybee and Savannah Seniors! Want to find a new beneficial activity to help you feel fit and in shape? Why not try kayaking? It is low impact and easy on the joints, can potentially be a full body work out (great for the abs), you can paddle as fast or as slow as […]
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 plus court cost for the first offense. There are two dog parks […]
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 […]
Looking to see a big spectacle on New Year’s Eve, but horrified by the thought of pushing your way through the throngs in Savannah, GA? Don’t forget, you always have an alternative on Tybee Island! Join the revelers on Tybee’s south end and enjoy live music, drink specials, and of course the fireworks at midnight!