September 22 – 28, 2025

$

2750

Per Person/Double Occupancy
$950 Additional/Single Occupancy

Southern Charm

Featuring Historic Charleston, Savannah, and Jekyll Island

Weave through the charming quilt of the South on a 7-day journey, stitching together history, culture, and creativity in the heart of Charleston, Savannah, and Jekyll Island.

Locations

Savannah

Charleston

Golden Isles

Jekyll Island

Thread the needle of adventure with a 7-day tour spinning through the quilted heartlands of Charleston, Savannah, and Jekyll Island, interlacing Southern hospitality with historic charm.

This Tour Includes

TAPESTRY Series

Small groups, big experiences, independent spirit.

6 Nights

Hotel accommodations, including baggage handling

8 Meals

6 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 1 dinner

Admissions

Guided sightseeing, visits, and admissions as outlined in the day-by-day itinerary.

Departure Transfer

Return transportation to Jacksonville International Airport (JAX)

Tour Manager

Full time throughout the trip

Hand-Selected Hotels

Charleston
Francis Marion Hotel Historic District
Savannah
Hilton Garden Inn Historic District
Jekyll Island
Jekyll Island Club Hotel & Resort

Top-Rated Highlights

  • Kick-off Welcome Meeting
  • Charleston City Market
  • Historic District Carriage Ride
  • People, Places & Quilts Quilting Emporium
  • Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens
  • Southern Lunch with Gullah Performance
  • Charleston Tea Garden
  • Savannah City Market
  • Narrated Trolley Tour
  • Davenport House Museum
  • Sew Much More Quilt Shop
  • St. Simons Island Lighthouse
  • Golden Isles History Drive
  • Jekyll Island Club Hotel & Resort
  • Jekyll Island History Tram Tour
  • Georgia Sea Turtle Sanctuary
  • Cinnamon’s Quilt Shoppe
  • Customary Farewell Dinner

Day-by-Day Itinerary

Visits, admissions, and special features are shown in bold.
» Country Heritage Tours Southern charm tour map

Tour Begins: Charleston, South Carolina

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Tour Ends: Jacksonville, Florida

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Day 1 Arrive Charleston: Tour Begins

Welcome to the charming city of Charleston, a city rich in history and Southern charm. Start your journey by immersing yourself in the local culture at Charleston’s Old Marketplace, a vibrant space bustling with artisans and vendors. As you roam freely, admire the handiwork of Gullah women weaving sweetgrass baskets, an art handed down through generations. Later in the evening, you’ll have the opportunity to meet your Tour Manager and fellow travel companions at the Kick-off Welcome Meeting, marking the official start of your unforgettable Southern Charm journey.

Day 2 Charleston – Summerville Breakfast

Wake up to a hearty breakfast, a perfect start for a day filled with discovery. Prepare to delight in a carriage ride through Charleston’s historic gas-lit streets, taking in the stunning views of Colonial and Victorian homes with intricate wrought-iron fences, a scene straight out of a postcard. Next, a heaping spoonful of localhospitality awaits in Summerville, the “Birthplace of Sweet Tea.” Here, you’ll indulge your love for quilting at People, Places & Quilts, a haven for fabrics, patterns, and kits housed in a charming 19th-century hardware store. As the day turns into evening, explore the vibrant shopping and dining scene on King St with your evening at leisure.

Day 3 Charleston – Savannah Breakfast, Lunch

Embrace the Southern heritage with a guided tour of the historic Boone Hall Plantation and Gullah Presentation with lunch, a living testament to the history and culture of the region. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the mansion and gardens, then journey down the road and prepare to explore America’s only tea plantation, the Charleston Tea Garden, where you’ll dive into the fascinating world of tea production with a Field and Factory Tour. Savor the exquisite flavors during a tea sampling session before traveling to the enchanting city of Savannah, known for its well-preserved architecture and historic squares. Experience the bustling City Market, a vibrant open-air marketplace teeming with unique restaurants and boutiques, offering a perfect opportunity to pick up a souvenir or two. Take the evening to explore at your leisure and perhaps enjoy a meal in one of the most picturesque Southern cities, savoring the flavors of the South.

Day 4 Savannah Breakfast

Experience Savannah’s captivating history as you navigate its narrow streets on a narrated trolley tour, an exciting and fun way to explore the city. Marvel at the city’s antebellum architecture, leafy squares, and ornate fountains, all contributing to the city’s distinct character. A guided tour of the Davenport House features a home that once narrowly avoided demolition and played a key role in the birth of the Historic Savannah Foundation. Spend the rest of your day at leisure, wandering through Savannah’s 22 historic squares before treating yourself to a delicious old-fashioned Southern supper at a locally loved restaurant, a perfect way to end a day of historical exploration.

Day 5 Savannah – St. Simons Island – Jekyll Island Breakfast

Begin your day at Sew Much More, Savannah’s oldest quilt store, a paradise for fabric lovers. With more than 3,500 bolts, including batiks, lace, and heirloom fabrics, you’ll be spoilt for choice. In stunning St. Simons Island, take in the scenic views and a tranquil atmosphere while enjoying lunch and exploring on your own. As the day winds down, a warm welcome awaits you at the Jekyll Island Club Hotel & Resort, your home for the next two nights. This National Historic Landmark, featuring Tiffany’s leaded glass in the Grand Dining Room, provides the perfect setting for an evening of relaxation, perhaps with a mint julep in hand, epitomizing the Southern way of life.

Day 6 Jekyll Island Breakfast, Dinner

After breakfast, set off on the Jekyll Island Tram Ride to delve into the rich history of this island, once known as a Millionaires’ Playground. Visit the Georgia Sea Turtle Sanctuary for a heartwarming encounter with these beautiful creatures. Spend your afternoon indulging in leisurely activities, whether it be a game of croquet, a beach stroll to gather seashells, or a peaceful walk through the live-oak forests. The highlight of your day will be the Jekyll Island Club Farewell Dinner, a celebration of the incredible experiences shared, and friendships formed during this unforgettable vacation.

Day 7 Jekyll Island – Jacksonville – Tour Ends Breakfast

Make the most of your final day by visiting Cinnamon’s Quilt Shoppe, a renowned Quilt Sampler Top 10 Shop. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to browse for last-minute patterns and notions, perhaps finding the perfect memento of your Southern Charm journey. As you swap addresses with new friends and say your goodbyes at Jacksonville’s Airport, reflect on the unforgettable moments of your trip and look forward to your next adventure, wherever it may take you.

» Country Heritage Tours Southern charm tour map
Day 1
Arrive Charleston: Tour Begins

Welcome to the charming city of Charleston, a city rich in history and Southern charm. Start your journey by immersing yourself in the local culture at Charleston’s Old Marketplace, a vibrant space bustling with artisans and vendors. As you roam freely, admire the handiwork of Gullah women weaving sweetgrass baskets, an art handed down through generations. Later in the evening, you’ll have the opportunity to meet your Tour Manager and fellow travel companions at the Kick-off Welcome Meeting, marking the official start of your unforgettable Southern Charm journey.

Day 2
Charleston – Summerville
Breakfast

Wake up to a hearty breakfast, a perfect start for a day filled with discovery. Prepare to delight in a carriage ride through Charleston’s historic gas-lit streets, taking in the stunning views of Colonial and Victorian homes with intricate wrought-iron fences, a scene straight out of a postcard. Next, a heaping spoonful of localhospitality awaits in Summerville, the “Birthplace of Sweet Tea.” Here, you’ll indulge your love for quilting at People, Places & Quilts, a haven for fabrics, patterns, and kits housed in a charming 19th-century hardware store. As the day turns into evening, explore the vibrant shopping and dining scene on King St with your evening at leisure.

Day 3
Charleston – Savannah
Breakfast, Lunch

Embrace the Southern heritage with a guided tour of the historic Boone Hall Plantation and Gullah Presentation with lunch, a living testament to the history and culture of the region. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the mansion and gardens, then journey down the road and prepare to explore America’s only tea plantation, the Charleston Tea Garden, where you’ll dive into the fascinating world of tea production with a Field and Factory Tour. Savor the exquisite flavors during a tea sampling session before traveling to the enchanting city of Savannah, known for its well-preserved architecture and historic squares. Experience the bustling City Market, a vibrant open-air marketplace teeming with unique restaurants and boutiques, offering a perfect opportunity to pick up a souvenir or two. Take the evening to explore at your leisure and perhaps enjoy a meal in one of the most picturesque Southern cities, savoring the flavors of the South.

Day 4
Savannah
Breakfast

Experience Savannah’s captivating history as you navigate its narrow streets on a narrated trolley tour, an exciting and fun way to explore the city. Marvel at the city’s antebellum architecture, leafy squares, and ornate fountains, all contributing to the city’s distinct character. A guided tour of the Davenport House features a home that once narrowly avoided demolition and played a key role in the birth of the Historic Savannah Foundation. Spend the rest of your day at leisure, wandering through Savannah’s 22 historic squares before treating yourself to a delicious old-fashioned Southern supper at a locally loved restaurant, a perfect way to end a day of historical exploration.

Day 5
Savannah – St. Simons Island – Jekyll Island
Breakfast

Begin your day at Sew Much More, Savannah’s oldest quilt store, a paradise for fabric lovers. With more than 3,500 bolts, including batiks, lace, and heirloom fabrics, you’ll be spoilt for choice. In stunning St. Simons Island, take in the scenic views and a tranquil atmosphere while enjoying lunch and exploring on your own. As the day winds down, a warm welcome awaits you at the Jekyll Island Club Hotel & Resort, your home for the next two nights. This National Historic Landmark, featuring Tiffany’s leaded glass in the Grand Dining Room, provides the perfect setting for an evening of relaxation, perhaps with a mint julep in hand, epitomizing the Southern way of life.

Day 6
Jekyll Island
Breakfast, Dinner

After breakfast, set off on the Jekyll Island Tram Ride to delve into the rich history of this island, once known as a Millionaires’ Playground. Visit the Georgia Sea Turtle Sanctuary for a heartwarming encounter with these beautiful creatures. Spend your afternoon indulging in leisurely activities, whether it be a game of croquet, a beach stroll to gather seashells, or a peaceful walk through the live-oak forests. The highlight of your day will be the Jekyll Island Club Farewell Dinner, a celebration of the incredible experiences shared, and friendships formed during this unforgettable vacation.

Day 7
Jekyll Island – Jacksonville – Tour Ends
Breakfast

Make the most of your final day by visiting Cinnamon’s Quilt Shoppe, a renowned Quilt Sampler Top 10 Shop. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to browse for last-minute patterns and notions, perhaps finding the perfect memento of your Southern Charm journey. As you swap addresses with new friends and say your goodbyes at Jacksonville’s Airport, reflect on the unforgettable moments of your trip and look forward to your next adventure, wherever it may take you.

» Country Heritage Tours Southern charm tour map
Day 1
Arrive Charleston: Tour Begins

Welcome to the charming city of Charleston, a city rich in history and Southern charm. Start your journey by immersing yourself in the local culture at Charleston’s Old Marketplace, a vibrant space bustling with artisans and vendors. As you roam freely, admire the handiwork of Gullah women weaving sweetgrass baskets, an art handed down through generations. Later in the evening, you’ll have the opportunity to meet your Tour Manager and fellow travel companions at the Kick-off Welcome Meeting, marking the official start of your unforgettable Southern Charm journey.

Day 2
Charleston – Summerville
Breakfast

Wake up to a hearty breakfast, a perfect start for a day filled with discovery. Prepare to delight in a carriage ride through Charleston’s historic gas-lit streets, taking in the stunning views of Colonial and Victorian homes with intricate wrought-iron fences, a scene straight out of a postcard. Next, a heaping spoonful of localhospitality awaits in Summerville, the “Birthplace of Sweet Tea.” Here, you’ll indulge your love for quilting at People, Places & Quilts, a haven for fabrics, patterns, and kits housed in a charming 19th-century hardware store. As the day turns into evening, explore the vibrant shopping and dining scene on King St with your evening at leisure.

Day 3
Charleston – Savannah
Breakfast, Lunch

Embrace the Southern heritage with a guided tour of the historic Boone Hall Plantation and Gullah Presentation with lunch, a living testament to the history and culture of the region. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the mansion and gardens, then journey down the road and prepare to explore America’s only tea plantation, the Charleston Tea Garden, where you’ll dive into the fascinating world of tea production with a Field and Factory Tour. Savor the exquisite flavors during a tea sampling session before traveling to the enchanting city of Savannah, known for its well-preserved architecture and historic squares. Experience the bustling City Market, a vibrant open-air marketplace teeming with unique restaurants and boutiques, offering a perfect opportunity to pick up a souvenir or two. Take the evening to explore at your leisure and perhaps enjoy a meal in one of the most picturesque Southern cities, savoring the flavors of the South.

Day 4
Savannah
Breakfast

Experience Savannah’s captivating history as you navigate its narrow streets on a narrated trolley tour, an exciting and fun way to explore the city. Marvel at the city’s antebellum architecture, leafy squares, and ornate fountains, all contributing to the city’s distinct character. A guided tour of the Davenport House features a home that once narrowly avoided demolition and played a key role in the birth of the Historic Savannah Foundation. Spend the rest of your day at leisure, wandering through Savannah’s 22 historic squares before treating yourself to a delicious old-fashioned Southern supper at a locally loved restaurant, a perfect way to end a day of historical exploration.

Day 5
Savannah – St. Simons Island – Jekyll Island
Breakfast

Begin your day at Sew Much More, Savannah’s oldest quilt store, a paradise for fabric lovers. With more than 3,500 bolts, including batiks, lace, and heirloom fabrics, you’ll be spoilt for choice. In stunning St. Simons Island, take in the scenic views and a tranquil atmosphere while enjoying lunch and exploring on your own. As the day winds down, a warm welcome awaits you at the Jekyll Island Club Hotel & Resort, your home for the next two nights. This National Historic Landmark, featuring Tiffany’s leaded glass in the Grand Dining Room, provides the perfect setting for an evening of relaxation, perhaps with a mint julep in hand, epitomizing the Southern way of life.

Day 6
Jekyll Island
Breakfast, Dinner

After breakfast, set off on the Jekyll Island Tram Ride to delve into the rich history of this island, once known as a Millionaires’ Playground. Visit the Georgia Sea Turtle Sanctuary for a heartwarming encounter with these beautiful creatures. Spend your afternoon indulging in leisurely activities, whether it be a game of croquet, a beach stroll to gather seashells, or a peaceful walk through the live-oak forests. The highlight of your day will be the Jekyll Island Club Farewell Dinner, a celebration of the incredible experiences shared, and friendships formed during this unforgettable vacation.

Day 7
Jekyll Island – Jacksonville – Tour Ends
Breakfast

Make the most of your final day by visiting Cinnamon’s Quilt Shoppe, a renowned Quilt Sampler Top 10 Shop. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to browse for last-minute patterns and notions, perhaps finding the perfect memento of your Southern Charm journey. As you swap addresses with new friends and say your goodbyes at Jacksonville’s Airport, reflect on the unforgettable moments of your trip and look forward to your next adventure, wherever it may take you.

September 22 – 28, 2025

$

2750

Per Person/Double Occupancy

+$950

Additional/Single Occupancy

Reserve Your Southern Charm Tour

A non-refundable $200 deposit per person is required for booking. Before completing your reservation, be sure you read and understand our Cancellation Policy and Terms & Conditions.

Southern Charm

Space for this tour is limited. Please contact us to discuss accommodation options and availability.