Classic SouthEast Tours   is a local receptive tour company.  We plan complete packages that can include lodging, meals, attractions, and/or tours - or just provide Step-On Guides for a tour from your motor coach.  We can also arrange for local ground transportation in the package if your group is arriving by air or train.  Let us be your on-the-ground contact and handle all of your details.  We have over 12 years experience as a local receptive, established & trusted relationships with local suppliers, and we know who works well with groups!  It's one-stop shopping for you, and only one company to contact.  We do free proposals for motor coach groups of 20 or more, and Girl Scout Troops of 10 or more.

 

Classic Amelia Island & St. Augustine, Florida...Are you still ready for more?  Or, just want to offer your loyal followers a different destination?  Then move on down to the northeast coast of Florida.  Amelia Island is a treasure trove of Victorian-style mansions, history and shopping amidst a charming seaport village.  Like Savannah, the entire Historic District is a National Historic Landmark.  And, just a few minutes away, lies St. Augustine, known as the "Nation's Oldest City" founded in 1565.  Your guided tour can include museums, plus other historical sites and churches.  Enjoy the rich heritage found along the narrow old world streets that make this city unique.  And of course, there is always time for shopping at the many boutiques and one-of-a-kind souvenir shops before your group dining experience.
 

Classic Savannah Georgia...Travel on a journey throughSavannah, and the surrounding Low Country areas.  Savannah's entire historic district is a National Historic Landmark.  Your visit can include affordable historic district lodging, favorite group-friendly dining, historic attractions and house museums, river cruises, Savannah's beach, and more.  Our Step-On-Guides are licensed to provide interesting and entertaining facts about Savannah's notable past and present.  Many festivals, parades, and annual cultural events put Savannah on the map as a not-to-miss destination.  Ranked as a Top 10 Cities in the United States - Conde Nast Traveler, October 2013 & Top-Ranked in America's Favorite Cities Survey Categories - Travel + Leisure, November 2013!

Classic Girl Scout Journey...It's the trip of a lifetime for many Troops & Councils!  In addition to visiting the Birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, many attractions, tours, and activities offer special Girl Scout rates.  You can earn badges or add to your collection of souvenir patches by participating in a variety of programs offered.  Groups of 10 or more get a free proposal, and we can arrange your hotel lodging, meals, activities, tours, plus ground transportation on arrival if needed.

Classic Golden Isles of Georgia...Tucked on the coast between Savannah and Florida are two islands you just can't pass up.  St. Simon's Island is filled with historic landmarks.  The waterside Pier & Village offers shopping and dining for everyone & the St. Simon's Island Lighthouse.  Jekyll Island is a Georgia State Park where residents purchase their homes, but can only "lease" their state-owned lots.  Their beach is tranquil and un-commercialized.  The historic district is another National Historic Landmark and features the "club and cottages" in Millionaire's Village.  It's a full day of fun, but easily a day trip from Savannah or a stop en route to other destinations.

Classic Beaufort & Charleston, South Carolina...Between Savannah & Charleston lies a hidden jewel.  Beaufort is the home to the Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parris Island - used for training enlisted Marines.  The museum exhibits focus on the history of the USMC and the region.  This memorable location sits on the banks of the Beaufort River and offers a very walkable main street of shops and eateries.  Historic Charleston rivals Savannah as a SouthEast destination and was voted for the third consecutive year, "Top City in the U.S." in the 2013 Conde Nast Traveler Reader's Choice Awards.  First shots fired on Fort Sumter began the Civil War.  Now, plantations and historic homes from that era remain for visitors to explore.  Enjoy authentic southern cuisine and fresh seafood where the locals dine.  Shop til' you drop at their historic market for sweet grass baskets, for trending fashion at King Street high-end retail shops, or at small boutiques that offer collectibles and souvenirs.