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When the heat of the summer ends and the warm and windy days of fall begin, Savannah becomes a must-see destination for travelers seeking mild temperatures, fewer crowds and outdoor experiences. The weather calls for outside adventures, like spending the afternoon strolling through squares or the evening looking for ghosts.

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Just 20 minutes from downtown Savannah, Tybee Island is where you can trade walking shoes for flip-flops, soul food for seafood and ghost tours for beach chairs. Don't miss a sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean, a Low Country boil by the waterfront or a chance to get out on the water by surfboard, kayak, sailboat or paddleboard.

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As we travel again, we understand that there’s a new focus on doing so responsibly and safely. Savannah's hotels, restaurants and attractions are stepping up their game with the Savannah Safe program -- offering up their trademark Southern hospitality with a healthy dose of safety precautions.

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Savannah's squares and parks create a patchwork quilt of green across the city, and it means you're never far from an Instagram-worthy moment. It could be the historic buildings dating back centuries that line many of the squares, or the rushing fountains that provide a soothing soundtrack in places like Forsyth Park.

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What do a river, a cemetery, an island hammock and a pedometer have in common? They are ways you can enjoy the outdoors here. Kayak the Savannah River, take in (and take photos of) the haunting beauty at Bonaventure Cemetery, hike the hammock (elevated land) in Skidaway Island State Park or see the Historic District in 10,000 steps.

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