THINGS TO DO ON TYBEE ISLAND

TYBEE ISLAND VISITOR’S GUIDE

Once you’ve secured your Luxury Living Tybee beachfront rental home, it’s time for the fun part to begin! Vacationing on Tybee Island is a wonderful escape from everyday city life, as the Island has an abundance of wildlife, adventure and a relaxing atmosphere that is like nowhere else. Whether you are a naturalist and interested in bird watching or perusing the waters with a rented kayak or jet ski, or if you are looking to meander along the picturesque streets and have a bite of local fare, there is plenty of Tybee Island tourism to keep you busy.

Tybee Island is a historical coastal town that is full of culture and wonder. Take a step back in time and visit the Island’s grand old lighthouse, established in 1732 and one of the first in the area. Dine at the popular beach bar Fannie’s On The Beach, or go deep sea fishing, all in a day’s work. With plenty of options for dining, adventure and sightseeing, you will never have a dull moment during your vacation.

With a rich history and a charming air, it is no wonder why vacationers flock to Tybee Island year after year. Below you will find information on some of the top things to do in Tybee Island, but feel free to contact us for more ideas of what to do during your stay.

  • Tybee Island Museum

    Established in 1961, the Tybee Museum is a great place to visit if you are interested in the Island’s rich history. Located on Battery Garland of Fort Screven, you will be able to peruse the 7 rooms of the old fort at your leisure, all of which contain more than 5 centuries of history.

  • Tybee Island Lighthouse

    Perhaps the most famous feature of Tybee Island, the oft-photographed light station and museum offers a history lesson tracing back some 270 years. Providing guidance for mariners into the Savannah River for hundreds of years, the lighthouse is one of America’s most intact. The lighthouse has been rebuilt several times and features 178 stairs and a 9-foot First Order Fresnel lens, allowing you to get the full experience.

  • Kayak & Ecotours

    There are several outfits on Tybee Island that offer kayak rentals or guided tours of Tybee Island. North Island Kayak and Tybee Jet Ski and Watersports are just a couple of options on the island that are sure to fulfill your adventurous desires.

  • Dolphin Tours

    Known for the rampant bottlenose dolphins, sign up for a memorable dolphin tour with Captain Mike, family owned and operated since 1992.

  • Fishing Tours

    If you are an avid fisherman or interested in getting out on the open waters and partaking in some deep sea fishing, you’ve come to the right place. Cruise the waters with Tybee Island Charters or one of the other well-reputed outfits on the Island.