Private Customized Van Tour




Bonaventure Laurel Grove cemetery

Length: 60 mins or until you're finished

Price: Starting at $125.00

Value for memories:  Priceless!

Time: Call to Arrange

Meet at Adventure Tours in Motion, 303 Tattnall Street   

* Pick-up available from your hotel in Savannah Historic District

Gratuity is not included in ticket price. Tipping is customary if you enjoy your tour, but it is not mandatory.


Do you want to experience Savannah’s remarkably beautiful landmarks, mansions, statues and parks? Adventure Tours in Motion has the van tour for you. Enjoys some of our most magnificent places. Experience the elegance of Savannah’s Historical Squares, River Street, Forsyth Park or venture out into Isle of Hope, Bonaventure Cemetery or Tybee Island from the comfort of our 11-passenger van as we weave through history!

Adventure Tours in Motion offers a comfortable, air-conditioned ride through some of the most beautiful and historic places in the country.  Your tour will wind around spectacular sculptures, iron work and stunning views.  Enjoy Savannah in the privacy of your own group.  Let us know what you would like to see and experience for a completely customized tour that will be especially designed for you!  Sit back, relax and leave the driving to us.

  • River Street

Historic River Street, paved with 200-year-old cobblestones, runs along the length of the Savannah River. Once lined with warehouses holding King Cotton, the neighborhood never fully recovered from the the yellow-fever epidemic and subsequent quarantine of 1818. Abandoned for over a century, it was rediscovered in the 1970s by local landowners and urban planners determined to revive the history and the glory of old River Street. 



  • Forsyth Park

 This beautiful park, conceived by Savannahian William B. Hodgson, and named for Governor John Forsyth when it was laid out in 1851,  consists of 20 acres bordering the historic district, and bounded by Park Avenue, Drayton, Gaston, and Whitaker Streets. The main  walkway is highlighted by the famous white fountain, erected in 1859 and restored in 1988 by the city and community residents. The  park contains the Fragrant Garden for the Blind, two large war memorials, a cafe, tennis courts, a playground and plenty of open space  to relax any day of the year.



  • Isle of Hope

Established as a retreat in the 19th century for the elite of Savannah, Isle of Hope provided a refuge from the intense heat and outbreaks of malaria prevalent throughout the summer months.  The historic district encompasses a large area extending back from the Skidaway River. Landscaped with old oak trees covered in Spanish moss, the houses range in style from Greek Revival, Victorian, and Neoclassical to Craftsman Bungalows. Many of the residences also have both formal and informal gardens.


  • Bonaventure Cemetery

​  Though not Savannah’s oldest cemetery, Bonaventure is certainly its most famous and hauntingly beautiful. Quintessentially Southern Gothic,   it has captured the imaginations  of writers, poets, naturalists, photographers and filmmakers for more than 150 years. Part natural    cathedral, part sculptural garden, Bonaventure transcends time.




  • Tybee Island

Tybee Island also known as Savannah Beach, is a barrier island located just 18 miles away from Savannah's historic district. Rich in both history and natural beauty, Tybee Island is also famous for its diverse cuisine, excellent accommodations, and a variety of exciting recreational activities.