Exciting Group Tour Packages to South Carolina and Georgia

Packages Can Include: Hotel Accommodations, Tax, Baggage, Meals,
Historic Sightseeing Tours-Step On Guides, Sightseeing Boat Cruises Attractions, Theatre Performances


Mysteries and Scandals Tour

Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil Statue
Join us for an interesting 4 Day/3 Night visit to the mysterious Low Country of South Carolina and Georgia. The moss-draped live oak trees serve as a dramatic backdrop for our new tour. In addition to learning about the scandals, mysteries and murders, we will also share with you our secrets about hexes and root medicine. Our guides will mesmerize you with our local legends and lore, spanning over 500 years of history and mystery in the Low Country. With our unique Gullah culture of the Sea Islands and the popularity of the book Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, you will be spellbound by the tales of Dr. Bug and Sheriff McTeer, Miss Minerva, Dr. Buzzard and Jim Williams, and the Blue Lady of Hilton Head.



Forrest Gump Seafood Tour

Forrest Gump - Life is like a box of chocolatesFrom the Historic District of Charleston, South Carolina to the Queen of the Sea Islands called Beaufort to the jeweled squares of Savannah, Georgia, we share with you our Forrest Gump Seafood and Trivia Tour. Featuring the glorious low country cuisine and local Gumpisms, our fun filled tour will delight and humor you. 80% of the hit movie, Forrest Gump was filmed in this local area in 1994. It won six Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Actor (Tom Hanks). Explore the witty world of Forrest Gump and enjoy the many filming locations in each city. Forrest’s friend, Bubba, taught him everything he knew about shrimpin’ and that Shrimp is the fruit of the sea, you can barbeque it, boil, broil it, bake it, steam it, stuff it, there’s pan-fired , deep-fired, stir-fried, shrimp kabobs, shrimp creole, shrimp cocktail, shrimp scampi, shrimp butter, shrimp etouffe, shrimp quiche, shrimp gazpacho, beer-battered shrimp...We can tailor this tour around several Seafood Festivals held yearly in Charleston, Savannah and Beaufort, or make it a stand alone tour based on your tour dates and budget. (Menu selections will also offer non-seafood dishes) A Gumpism: Always be able to look back and say, ‘At least I didn’t lead no humdrum life.’


Gullah, Geechee and More

Sweet Grass BasketWith strong ties to West Africa, the Gullah culture is still an integral part of the lives of the native islanders living on the coastal islands of South Carolina and Georgia. The Gullah culture, a blend of West African, European and Native American cultures, became the lifestyle of West African slaves isolated from the mainland. 300 years later, amongst a developed resort area, many of the traditions are still practiced today. Gullah is a rich and colorful culture celebrated through foods, crafts and religious practices. The Gullah culture is kept alive through vivid storytelling in the native tongue of Gullah. Through passionate prayers, sermons and tales, the Gullah people remember their past and look toward the future preservation of their cultures which is distinguished by the crafts of sweet grass basket sewing, quilt making and fish net weaving. Join us for several Festivals that promote the rich Gullah heritage of the Sea Islands. In February we have the Native Islander Gullah Celebration on Hilton Head Island. In May over Memorial Day weekend we have the Gullah Festival in Beaufort, South Carolina. Also in Beaufort, we celebrate Penn Center’s Heritage Day Festival the first weekend in November. In Charleston we have the Moja Arts Festival in October. Our tour destinations packages include Charleston, Beaufort, Daufuskie Island, and Savannah, Georgia.


South Carolina Heritage Corridor Tour

South Carolina Heritage CorridorPlantations to Mill Villages-This 240 miles corridor from the Mountains to the Sea, are bounded on one end by the ancient port city of Charleston and at the other by the mountains of the Blue Ridge. The Heritage Corridor contains historic, cultural and natural resources that tell the vibrant story of South Carolina’s, and the South’s, centuries long evolution and culture. Visitors will learn of rice and indigo, pirates and patriots, slaves and freemen, cotton fields and mill villages, swamps and waterfalls, railroads and back roads, soul food and pig-pickings, spirituals and blue grass. From Table Rock Mountain to the wharves of McClellanville, the South Carolina National Heritage Corridor is a setting within which southern history and life style is alive and accessible, in all its rich variety of cultures. The Corridor is divided into four distinct regions that provide a cross-section of the landscape, history and culture of the corridor. Follow the Nature Route or the Discovery route, or combine a little bit of both as you experience the best of South Carolina. We can arrange you route as you enter South Carolina en route to the coastal areas of South Carolina and Georgia. From the Biltmore House in Asheville to the Plantations and Gardens of Charleston, let us make all your South Carolina travel arrangements. One call will do it all.


Other Group Tour Packages

Ask about our other FUN packages to; Agricultural Tours, Hidden Treasures, Coastal Lighthouses Tours, Patriots to Pizzazz Tour, Circle South Carolina Tour, Palmettos, Poinsettias and Pirates Tour, Mysteries and Scandals Tour, Carolina Garden Tour, Macon Cherry Blossom Tour, Military Tours, and Culinary & Food Heritage Tours.


Discover Tours specializes in Group Tours for 20 persons or more!
Discover Tours specializes in group tours to Beaufort, South Carolina; Bluffton, South Carolina; Charleston, South Carolina;
Daufuskie Island, South Carolina; Hilton Head Island, South Carolina; Myrtle Beach, South Carolina;
Savannah, Georgia; St. Simons Georgia and Jekyll Island, Georgia.

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