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Full Moon Tours

Savannah, GA, USA
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About Full Moon Tours
Come explore Savannah with a drink in hand. Take one of our 90 minute walking Pub Crawls through the Historic District's streets and squares, discovering Savannah's historic and haunted past. As we make our way from bar to bar, you'll hear stories of ghosts such as Charlie and Hank. We'll tell you tales of Civil War soldiers, abandoned jails, murders and suicides, haunted bars and homes and much more. You'll discover why Savannah is known as the City Built Upon The Dead! Our tours are perfect way to get to know what goes on behind close doors in our Historic District. There's not a better way for Bachelorette Parties, Birthday Parties, Girls Trips, and just groups of friends to spend an evening in Savannah! We offer two tours: Our Spirits With Spirits Tour at 4pm and our 7:15pm tour Haunted Savannah Pub Crawl
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Bryn G wrote a review May 2022
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Craig was a very personable and friendly guy who certainly knew his Savannah history. I recommend this tour to a lighthearted group looking for some fun. We appreciated the champagne toast he included for our group celebrating a bachelorette party.
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Date of experience: April 2022
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Response from Full M, Manager at Full Moon Tours
Responded May 2, 2022
Thank you so much for coming on the tour really enjoyed your group!
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Regina K wrote a review Apr 2022
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We truly had a great afternoon with Craig on our Savannah Tour. He was very informative, casual and inclusive of all attendees. The pace was good and the bars visited were all hidden gems! We would recommend this to any group.
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Date of experience: April 2022
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Response from Full M, Manager at Full Moon Tours
Responded Apr 6, 2022
Thank you for your kind review!
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Jason M wrote a review Mar 2022
Germantown Hills, Illinois122 contributions49 helpful votes
Simple improvements to this tour would make it at least a 4 out of 5 for me. Here are my suggestions: 1) The tour guide should stand inside the door of the first pub and greet people as they come in at 4:00. He should happily say, "Are you here for the pub crawl? Welcome!" At this point people would sense they are in the right place and feel welcomed. We weren't sure we were in the right place. We had to ask the bartender if there was a pub crawl happening, and the bartender motioned us to our tour guide who was on his phone in a chair. 2) Once the guests have been welcomed, the tour guide should set expectations for the tour start time and supply the tourists with a printed menu of happy hour drinks. He should also make a drink suggestion or two. If a printed menu is out of the question because of rotating drink specials or overhead costs or whatever, then verbally tell the group what's on sale at happy hour, like this: "You guys can grab a drink while we're waiting for the rest of our pub crawlers to arrive. Molly's has $2.50 well drinks right now and a sunrise cocktail for only $5 that you ladies might really like if you prefer something sweet. Lisa at the bar will take care of you." Giving drink suggestions and handing people off to the bartender by name will put people at ease with how to proceed. Our tour guide said, "get a drink and we'll get going in a couple of minutes." This left us feeling like we needed to get the happy hour plan from the bartender, and we were unsure what kind of drink we might want to order. It was at this point our wives both talked to my friend and me about bailing on the whole thing because they were getting frustrated about not understanding the pub crawl experience. The lack of direction doesn't create freedom. It creates confusion. We convinced them to stay for the first leg of the crawl. 3) Once the tour is ready to go, the tour guide should verbally lay out the plan. "Here's how this works. I'll fill you in on some fascinating Savannah history on our way to our next stop, which is Bar X. From there we'll go a few more blocks to Bar Y and see some really cool historic buildings along the way. From Bar Y we'll go to such and such square and end the tour there. It's a simple route but you'll have fun." We had to say to him, "we don't know how this works, can you explain it to us?" We got a weirdly vague answer to what was coming next. I think his exact quote was, "I'll make up some stories while we walk around town." This was meant to be funny, but all it did was add doubt to our already declining experience. 4) As soon as the group leaves the bar, the tour guide should ask each person to share their name and where they're from. This involves the group with one another and creates a connection between strangers. The tour guide should then use the names of the participants to further personalize the tour, and welcome commentary from the guests. Our tour guide did not ask us any personal questions and actually talked over us when any of us tried to make comments or observations. It felt like any commentary from us was unwelcome and a distraction from the tour. But verbal involvement from the participants will make the tour better, even if the guide has to abbreviate some planned historic content. 4) The tour guide should stop at visually interesting places to tell his stories. Stop at the statue. Stop in front of a historic building. Stop in a particularly beautiful setting. We stopped on the sidewalk outside the bar for 5 minutes. Then we walked 50 feet to the end of the block where there was nothing of interest and stopped for 15 minutes for more stories. Then we crossed the street and came back the same way we had just traveled for about 50 feet and stopped for 10 more minutes of stories directly across the street from the bar we started in. Then we walked to a statue, which made more sense as a stop. We made several more stops in nondescript places. It was strange. It felt like wandering for the sake of making us feel like we were moving. Having intentionally interesting destinations with stories connected to those destinations will make the tour feel purposeful and cohesive rather than random and odd, which is what our route felt like. 5) Get to Pub #2 within 10 minutes of leaving Pub #1. People are on a pub crawl because they want to drink. It took us 1 full hour to get to Pub #2. My drink was empty five minutes after we walked out the first pub door. Just get to the next drink faster and save more of stories to later in the tour. 6) When you get to Pub #2, have some more drink suggestions, and suggest that if people can get through their first drink quickly, they should get one more for the next walking segment. Give them a few minutes to not just buy drinks, but to talk to each other. The connection with one another is part of the building of a community experience. Your ratings will go up if you do this because people will enjoy themselves more rather than feeling pushed to get back to the street. We felt rushed through each bar experience and still didn't have any direction on what drinks were available for happy hour. Pub #2 is where our wives left the tour to go shopping. My friend and I stayed out of courtesy to our tour guide. Also, there was only one other girl on the tour, so we thought leaving her by herself wouldn't be very nice. 7) Hit at least four pubs. Three pubs in two hours just wasn't enough. 8) End the tour at a pub that serves food rather than ending the tour in a square. Say, "our final stop is right here off this square at Bar Z. They have these drinks on special tonight and they also do a great job on their food. So you can hang out for a while at this Bar and disperse when you want to, or stay here and eat dinner with your new tour friends." It would make the ending feel less abrupt, give the tourists an option for dinner, and the invitation to keep connecting with each other if they want to. If these simple changes were put in place, I guarantee you tips would go up, ratings would go up, and your detractors would almost disappear. (I know you'll always have a few people who can't be pleased no matter what). I know we would have felt a ton better about our experience if these simple fixes had been in place.
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Date of experience: March 2022
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Response from Full M, Manager at Full Moon Tours
Responded Apr 2, 2022
Thank you for your insights they are very appreciated
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Liv McCauslin wrote a review Mar 2022
Marceline, Missouri4 contributions1 helpful vote
Despite the rainy weather, we had fun walking & and learning about Savannah history, spooks and pubs! We had a great guide!
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Response from Full M, Manager at Full Moon Tours
Responded Mar 20, 2022
Thank you for your kind reply
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Terri A wrote a review Feb 2022
Savannah, Georgia3 contributions
Great tour with interesting ghost stories.The pub crawl was good with interesting bars along the way.I recommend it as a good way to explore Savannah and learn more about some history.
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Response from Full M, Manager at Full Moon Tours
Responded Feb 28, 2022
Thank so much for your kind review
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