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4 Occasions to Book a Private Food Tour in Savannah

People visit Savannah for a plethora of occasions–romance, friends, fun, family, work events, weddings. If you’re

traveling with a group or to meet up with a group in Savannah, a private food tour can be the perfect way to spend three hours talking, laughing, learning, exploring and of course, eating great Savannah food. Private groups of more than 12 people receive a 5% discount and we will work with you to book a 3-hour window in the afternoon that works best for your crew. Here are six occasions that are perfect for a private food tour:

Bachelorette Party

Bachelorette parties love our food tours because a girls’ weekend in Savannah is so much more than just nightlife. Recently, the blogger behind Tales from a Fork did her Savannah bachelorette partyin style with an 80s dress up theme to go along with our foodie tour. To-go drinks + wacky outfits = traveling party!

Wedding Party

As a hot destination wedding spot, Savannah has at least one wedding every week. Since everyone is traveling from out-of-town, why not gather the bridesmaids and groomsmen for a 3-hour tour of Savannah eats, stories, and sites? Everyone has to eat anyway, but why not make it more festive and memorable by sampling 6-7 restaurants and covering over a mile of downtown’s beautiful cobblestone streets and picturesque squares? Plus, talk about photo ops! Learn more about Savannah weddings here.

Family Reunion

Whether you’re a local that has a lot of family coming to visit, or your families are getting together for a Savannah vacation at a beach house on Tybee or downtown vacation rental, everyone will be able to agree that our Savannah food tour is a great daytime activity for all ages. As Patricia W. shares on Tripadvisor, we can accommodate vegetarians and dietary restrictions, too, if any of your family members have special requests.

Work Events and Conferences

Savannah International Trade & Convention CenterCoastal Georgia CenterSCAD, and many downtown hotels accommodate a variety of work-related events in Savannah, but traveling for work doesn’t have to mean all work and no play. Your co-workers or team will love the chance to experience a lot of Savannah in just a 3-hour window since history, food, and strolling under the Live Oaks all happen at once during our tours. Have a huge group coming to town of 125 or more people? You’ll want to book a Micro Food Fest, which includes craft beer samples, live music, 10+ participating Savannah restaurants, and all the food brought to one location so everyone can be in one spot together for the 3+ hours.