Savannah by Segway

Segways aren’t for everyone. They require coordination, the ability to stand for the duration of the trip, and enough agility to go up and down stairs without a handrail.

That said, Segways are fun. You may not want to keep one at home, but why not tour Savannah by Segway?

Bonaventure Cemetery - Savannah, GA

Picture yourself gliding down this path on a Segway.

Allow yourself thirty minutes to watch a safety video, get fitted for a helmet, and become acquainted with the machine. That’s all you need before spending an hour or a day on a Segway in Savannah. This can be a fun addition to a stay at one of our Savannah Vacation Homes.

Take a guided Segway tour of Bonaventure Cemetery or simply rent one and explore town on your own. Segway tours can be incorporated into a Corporate Retreat (team building exercise!) or a family reunion. Just imagine your boss or Cousin Bob on a Segway. Whee!

Most of us probably won’t incorporate Segways into our daily routine. That makes them that much more fun during vacations.

Additional information may be found at Segway of Savannah.

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Savannah’s Bonaventure Cemetery

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Visit Bonaventure Cemetery while staying at our Savannah Vacation Rentals.

Spanish moss drapes from the massive old Live Oaks in Bonaventure Cemetery, casting shadows on the funerary statues and tombs. It is truly a hauntingly beautiful place; people who visit Bonaventure Cemetery don’t soon forget it. If you’re planning a trip to one of our Savannah Vacation Rentals any time soon, consider adding Bonaventure Cemetery to the itinerary.

Bonaventure sits on a bluff overlooking the Wilmington River, as it has since it’s creation in 1868. It is a vast and lush place. A few famous people are buried here: such as singer and songwriter Johnny Mercer, author Conrad Aiken, and Governor Edward Telfair. But it is the landscape and the statuary that are most captivating.

The cemetery is large enough to merit a car, but you’ll want to get out and walk among the tombs frequently. Tours are available through several companies in town: Savannah Tours, Bonaventure Cemetery Tours, and Tour Bonaventure. Without a tour, it’s easy to wander through Bonaventure for hours.

Bonaventure Cemetery is worth a look, no matter what brings you to our Savannah Vacation Rentals.