Socially Distanced Outdoor Activities
Travel confidence is up which is highly evident by the surge in summer travel, but social distancing is still the smart choice. It’s easy to escape the crowds on the beaches, waterways, trails, and nature preserves of Tybee Island. Kayak through the salt marshes, paddleboard the estuaries, hike the trails rich with birdlife and wildlife or book an eco-adventure, air-boat tour, or dolphin cruise to discover the best of Tybee Island with a local guide. Tybee is a bike-friendly community with endless trails and bike paths, bring your own bike or rent a fat tire bike and cruise Tybee’s pristine shoreline. If fishing is on your list of things to do on Tybee Island this summer, you’re in luck! There are three public piers for fishing: Lazaretto Creek Pier, Fisherman’s Walk on Back River, or the iconic Tybee Pier. Alternatively, stay socially distanced on a deep-sea fishing charter to the Savanah Snapper Banks and artificial reefs for a first-class Tybee fishing experience.