As many of our tech savvy customer base here at Savannah Getaways continue to educate us, your basic Smart Phone Ipod, Ipad, Droid or Blackberry is an affordable supplemental resource to your basic Guided Travel Tour here in the Lowcountry. This method of touring has become the alternative platform of choice for our guests along that proverbial road less traveled on their self guided travel tours in Destination Lowcountry.
What could be easier? Not only can you now hop on and off of an Old Savannah Tour Trolley on River Street
in historic Savannah, you can walk around free lancing before hopping back on the next trolley. Discovering the Gullah tradition on St. Helena Island in Beaufort County or exploring old forts, or strolling
through the French Quarter in Historic Charleston becomes even better with both touring options. Just download a tour, and off you go at your own leisurely pace while your low country history lesson unfolds.
As City Trex founder and our Travel Pro partner Burton Sauls says on his award winning website:
"Skilled use of new media is affordable, effective, and rewarding, CityTrex has produced and distributed modern mobile media for museums, tourism, events, and resorts. We use the Internet as a mobile publishing platform and are among the best in the world” in providing this service to the traveling public.
Given City Trex's strategic mobile media coupled with Burton's native connection to a wide assortment of low country resources worth discovering at your leisure, Savannah Getaways enthusiastically recommends their “flagship products iTours” for an enhanced Savannah day trip experience. From covering book festivals, to spreading the tales of local islander Roger Pinckney on Radio Free Daufuskie, to sharing the compelling Gullah Geechee Sea Island history, City Trex enhances the format in a colorful fashion.