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I was with 4 friends visiting Savanah and when we arrived for our tour, the carriage driver, Rob, was by far one of the rudest people I have ever met. We made our reservations on line had the reservation number, he insisted we had not...More
My husband and I took the nighttime ghost group carriage tour. It was fun, comfortable (did not feel crowded at all) and the stories told by the guide were great. There are no stops during the tour but you are allowed to bring drinks with...More
Due to misinformation we went to the wrong site for the start of the carriage ride. We realized this at 5:30 for a 6 p.m. ride. We immediately called the reservation phone number but no one answered. I then went to the website but no...More
The carriage tour was very relaxing and interesting but it was hard to hear the tour guide because she was facing the opposite direction because she was driving the carriage. She turned her head towards us as much as she could but we were not...More
The carriage trip lasted for about an hour. Tour guide Carrie was informative and cracked good jokes on the way! The horses Teddy and Jeb were gracious. It was a nice way to know more about the beautiful city.
As a licensed carriage driver and tour guide in the city of New Orleans, I was shocked at the condition of these horses. (Now keep in mind, I’m usually the one telling tourists “yes he gets offered water, yes he gets time off, yes I...More
To my knowledge, they do not have dedicated parking. We had walked from our hotel to the boarding site. There is public parking in the area. However, you compete with other tourists for the spaces. We found paying more... More
To my knowledge, they do not have dedicated parking. We had walked from our hotel to the boarding site. There is public parking in the area. However, you compete with other tourists for the spaces. We found paying more to stay in the historic district and walk to almost everything was cheaper in the long run than trying to find parking, paying for the parking, traveling from the outer city and negotiating traffic.