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Charms of the South

From Native American inhabitants to the 13 colonies to the Civil Rights Movement, Georgia has many stories to share. Discover the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement, stroll one of the largest historic districts in the charming city of Savannah, and enjoy the picturesque landscapes, moss-covered oak trees and the delicious scent of azaleas in Charleston.



Trip Infos

  • Find the legendary hospitality of the South 

  • Step back in time through the visit of Plantations 

  • Kayak the Swamp

  • Discover the World of Coca Cola 

Duration:  8 Days / 7 Nights 


  • Day 1-3: Atlanta - Four Seasons Hotel

  • Day 3-6 Charleston - Belmond Charleston Place

  • Day 6-8: Savannah - The Perry Lane  

Estimated Price: $1, 900 per person

(Based on 2 Adults and 2 children/ private Activities)

Image by Ronny Sison


Welcome to Atlanta ! Upon arrival, pick-up your SUV and drive to your hotel. 

While Atlanta is a popular, bustling city with glittering skylines, it is also a city in the forest, dotted with expansive green spaces and charming neighborhoods. Discover hidden gems around every corner, including diverse dining, top attractions, incredible arts and entertainment. This urban oasis is a multi-cultural haven that exudes Southern hospitality in its own style. Ever-expanding and always reinventing itself, Atlanta is among the most influential and most welcoming cities in the USA.

Night at: Four Seasons Atlanta - Premier 2 Double



This Morning, enter the world of Coca col with your private guide. 

Journey through the storied history of the iconic beverage brand, interact with a variety of exhibits, and sample beverages from around the world.

In the afternoon, enjoy some leisure time or continue your discovery with the visit of the Georgia Aquarium. 

Night at: Four Seasons Atlanta - Premier 2 Double



Today, drive to the charming and historic city of Charleston. 

Here, Spring smells like tea olive, summer is salty breezes, fall tastes like slow-cooked collard greens, and winter is a hearty bowl of shrimp and grits. While certain aspects of Lowcountry life are constant no matter what the time of year – the rustle of palmetto fronds, crashing surf and the peal of church bells – each season ushers in unique sensations.

Night at: Charleston Place - Premier 2 Double



This morning, step back in time and enjoy a private discovery of the Boone Hall Plantation. 

Nine of the original 27 slave cabins, with exhibits in each, are available for touring. The “Gullah” (African-American) culture of plantation life is presented by local historians. The original house was replaced in l936 by a Canadian Ambassador and is also open for touring. Hollywood visited this plantation in l939 and sketched the Avenue of Oaks for Ashley Wilkes Plantation, known as Twelve Oaks in “Gone With The Wind.” The plantation was also used in the filming of “Queen”, the mini series “North and South” and “The Notebook.”

Night at: Charleston Place - Premier 2 Double



Today, go deep into the swamp and kayak the beautiful backcountry of South Carolina. 

Kayak under the towering canopy of cypress trees, as your guide helps to navigate the narrow and winding blackwater trail. Your guide is passionate about sharing a wealth of information about the unique plants, animals, and history of the bottomland forest. The swamp kayak tour offers a quiet and solitude that can be hard to find these days. Migratory ducks, raptors, herons, woodpeckers, owls, turtles, white tail deer, wild pigs, and the occasional alligator are just a few of the animals that can be spotted while kayaking.

Night at: Charleston Place - Premier 2 Double

Image by Tyler Edic


Today, drive to Savannah. chic and sophisticated, with plenty of stories to tell. Savannah is known for its history, natural beauty, eclectic architecture and romantic ambience. Each square tells the tale of past generations with an added modern punch of high-style boutiques, galleries and restaurants. The food, art and music — mixed with a hospitable yet playful personality — makes visiting this city an experience you can’t get anywhere else.

Night at: The Perry Lane - Cityscape 2 Queen

Image by Ashley Knedler


Enjoy a day at leisure in the city or take a short trip to the beach. Savannah has sites to see, places to go and a social scene that can be both quirky and classy. With more than 45 cultural attractions, Savannah draws visitors craving history and tradition. Take a tour through a pre-Civil War mansion at the Mercer-Williams House, or visit the birthplace of the Girl Scouts of America at the Juliette Gordon Low House. Test your bravery on a haunted ghost tour through Savannah, which has been called “America’s most haunted city,” or take a movie tour to learn about feature films produced here. Museums in Savannah contain pieces that are sure to take your breath away, while statues stand prominently throughout the city to commemorate its history.

Night at: The Perry Lane - Cityscape 2 Queen



Today, drive back to Atlanta, drop-off you car rental and fly to your next destination, or extend your trip and drive to further south, all the down to Florida. 

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