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Are you prepared for the tour of your life? We have visited Savannah many times over the years and generally shun guided tours, independent travelers all the way. We Fun day Daniel, our guide, for the tour in late afternoon that same day.
He was a great guide, entertaining, personable, Fun day he certainly knew his history and the city of Savannah. He spoke w great authority and accuracy on people, events, and landmarks. There was no tourist hype or manufactured stories on this tour. What was initially listed as a 90 minute tour ending up lasting more than two hours.
I misplaced my video camera at one of the historic squares and Daniel went as far as to run more than 8 city blocks and back to try to find it for me. No matter how well you know Savannah, you will learn much more on this tour.
The only negative is that we did not tip Daniel enough for the tour and we will correct this error by mail tomorrow. Very friendly guide, Chris, did a wonderful job of sharing his love for the city with us. Since so many people had booked the day we did, they split us up into 2 groups, which I greatly appreciated.
Our guide was Daniel and he was awesome. Very friendly and personable, but most importantly, he knew his stuff.
We learned tons about Savannah history and landmarks while enjoying the walk around the historic district. You could tell that Daniel loves what he does. This is a free tour, but they do depend on tips.
He had so much energy and was great at tell stories of the past. Even if you have already walked around the city, you will have a much better time with the tour.
It was funny that the guide was reading my face when he was telling one of his many interesting stories because I was so caught up in the moment that he pointed out.
If you do decided to do the tour, please give what you can. Free Savannah service is a great thing and I hope they stay in business for a long time. Chris was awesome and did a great job of making everyone feel welcomed. We saw a lot of interesting places and it was great to hear about some of the history of this beautiful city.
This is the best tour in Savannah. We had Daniel Chris is the other guide available. He was wonderfully charismatic and overall fantastic.
He packed our tour with tons of historical info and fun tidbits of information. Great for anyone including kids and families. The only money they make comes from the touring visitors so tip accordingly.
We kicked off our day by booking a private tour through this company. I sent an email at 11pm on Tuesday night on the chance that maybe I could still book something for the next day. Chris called me back at 9am Wednesday morning and made the entire process of setting up the private tour that same day extremely easy.
Our guide was Daniel and he was wonderful. Daniel is brimming with information and spent two hours taking us around the city making each stop interesting.
Starting our day with the tour helped us figure out the city and decide what we wanted to further explore on our own later in the day. These guys are great. I did a little research on the website and trip advisor and decided to make a reservation.
We met at Johnson Square and Daniel our guide a true Savannahian had arrived early. We lucked out and ended up getting a private tour because the other people with reservations never showed up!
Daniel was very knowledgable and knew his Savannah history! He was very accommodating and very friendly. I would highly recommend this tour!! Daniel only mentioned that he gets paid from tips once in the beginning and never brought it up again.
I would definitely suggest tipping generously, very good tour!Fun Things to Do in Savannah GA? Free Savannah Walking Tours!
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