“In still moments by the sea life seems large-drawn and simple. It is there we can see into ourselves.” -Rolf Edberg
Tybee Island, one of the first places I thought of when I organised my American road trip bucket list and I’m sure you might not have heard of it before, until now. It has been the first time in years that I have been back, and I couldn’t have been more excited. What I found on this island while on my “all out american road trip” from Georgia to New York City, impressed me so much more than many of the recognised tourist destinations in the state and Tybee Island was one of those hidden gems I couldn’t wait to get back to! Tybee Island is a small island and city in Chatham County, Georgia, near the city of Savannah in the southeastern United States. Less discovered, very southern, with a faded tropical charm and the nicest people you’ll find virtually anywhere. It really is a place you need to visit before it ends up at the top of everyone’s hit list. In my opinion, Tybee Island is the Georgia coast’s best kept secret. If you get a chance to visit ( which I strongly suggest that you do) this quirky little beach town, one thing’s for sure – you are going to eat well, kick back, and have the best beach adventure of a life time!
And as beach days go, there’s always that incredible sunset at the end that I really couldn’t help myself but be part of.