Since March 12, 1912, Savannah has been synonymous with Girl Scouting. On that day, Juliette Gordon Low held the first Girl Scout troop meeting at her home in historic downtown Savannah. Since then, millions of girls have joined the Girl Scouts to learn the ideals of leadership, character and patriotism while enjoying a program of work, play and companionship. Today, Juliette Gordon Low’s home preserves the history of early Scouting and offers many unique programs to troops from all over the world to share and learn about the organization’s history. Kelly Tours works closely with troop leaders to customize their trip to Savannah. Transportation from your home town, first class accommodations, meals, entertainment and a variety of attractions and tours are available.
STARTING AT $529 per person
(Based on Quad Occupancy, min of 40 passengers, 400 mile radius)
- Roundtrip Motorcoach Transportation
- Three Nights Lodging with Breakfast
- Three Dinners, Two Boxed Lunches
- Orientation Walking Tour
- Low Center for Scheduled Programs
- Old Fort Jackson
- Tybee Island’s Marine Science Center
- Dolphin Cruise
- Dinner at the Pirate’s House
- Ghost Tour
- Ceremony at Juliette Low’s Gravesite
Package price includes: Motor coach transportation, three nights lodging, three deluxe continental breakfasts, two boxed lunches, three dinners, one free leader per 20 paid travelers, Kelly Tours representative on site, Kelly Tours t-shirt, all taxes and all admissions listed. Troops must first reserve their tour dates with the Juliette Low Girl Scout National Center by calling (912) 233-4501.