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Official Visit Tybee Visitor Guide 2018

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1 0 | #visittybee 5. Take a jet ski or kayak to Dolphin Bay to see our favorite sea creatures out in the wild, along with an up-close look at the miles and miles of Georgia shoreline. 7. Have lunch at The Deck, Tybee's only beachfront restaurant. Their coconut shrimp appetizer—fresh shrimp doused in crispy coconut flakes, chile drizzle and cilantro crema—is a must-try, not to mention those refreshing margaritas. 8. Chart your own beachcomber adventure along Tybee's South End to gather shark teeth, sand dollars, ruffled cockles and conchs. 9. Wander down Tybrisa Street for beachy knick-knacks, then head to the colored shacks of Tybee Oaks for eclectic art and beach reads. 10. Catch a show at The Tybee Post Theater. The famed Ft. Screven venue hosts world-renowned musicians, talent shows and vintage movie screenings. 11. Snag a spot on the Back River Pier for a sunset vantage point away from the crowds, or grab a deck seat at A-J's Dockside for a view plus dinner and cocktails. 4. Charter a boat and plan a picnic on Little Tybee Island—amid more than 7,000 acres of tidal creeks, sand dunes and wildlife. 6. Climb all 178 steps of the Tybee Island Light Station, and be sure to snap an Instagram-worthy shot at the 360 degree view up top. (Don't forget to tag #VisitTybee!) Tybee Island Light Station Little Tybee C A S E Y J O N E S G E O F F L . J O H N S O N

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