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Tour was great. The tour guides were extremely informative.
The river is not particularly scenic but the commentary was interesting and it was a relaxing way to spend a couple of hours.
The 'land' portion which was a tour of Savannah was great. The driver was knowledgeable, funny, and entertaining overall. The 'sea' portion was a short trip up and down the Savannah River. I was a little disappointed that it wasn't a little further down river to the ocean, but the captain did explain at length the huge shipping industry in Savannah.
The trolly tour was really great, although the seats are pretty uncomfortable..it was packed and we had to share seats. Our tour guide Micki was very knowledgable and easy to understand and she really could wheel that big trolly around easily. The RiverCruise was pretty lame and somewhat disappointing, but it was such a beautiful day, we didn't much care. The hop on hop off part was not very convenient and the designated stops were difficult to find. Signs only faced one way and if you were walking the opposite direction it was easy to pass them by.
Not enough information as to where and when
GUIDE was good once the trip started...knowledgeable
Traveling around Savannah was not as easy as stated by guides
Boat trip was one star...poor sound system....minimal information related to boat and river....
riverboat cruise was a waste of time--very short travel distance
Our driver was a bit crabby and short with people.....he kept tapping on the window with his microphone, which was annoying-----he many times told us info before we were to the spot or after we were by and we didn't know where to look to find what he was talking about-
Though the land part of the tour was definitely worth doing, it was the sea portion that let it down. Though the old paddle boat was beautiful, it was more an education in cargo ships and other vessels than having anything pertaining to Savannah and its history. Just stick to the trolley tour.