Transportation

Savannah is conveniently located to several major cities on the East Coast and offers multiple ways to get to get there. If you fly or take the train, event organizers can work with you on coordinating travel from the airport or train station!

Plane - The Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport has nearly 50 flights per day and connects with 16 non-stop destinations. Major carriers serving the airport include AirTran, American Eagle, Atlantic Southeast Airlines, Comair, Continental Express, Delta, Delta Connection, Northwest, United Express, US Airways and US Airways Express. Check out the airport website at: http://www.savannahairport.com for additional information.

    Atlanta’s Hartsfield Jackson airport is located a short drive (3.5 hours) from Savannah. You are sure to find a cheap and convenient flight in/out of the world’s busiest airport! IAH organizers investigating a pre-lube bus trip from Atlanta to Savannah – check the registration form for additional details.

Train - Savannah is a major stop on Amtrak's Palmetto and Silver Service between New York and Miami. Daily service to and from Savannah is available aboard the Silver Star and Silver Meteor. Passengers can travel coach or, with reservations, first-class in superliner sleeping cars. Rumble to Savannah anyone, I sense a pre-lube being organized!

Automobile – For hashers driving to the event, Savannah is within a day’s drive of many East Coast cities. IAH is working to secure discounted in public garages located adjacent to the hotels. What a great Road Trip, here is the mileage from key cities:

City

Miles

Approx Hours

Atlanta

250

3.5

Charlotte

250

3.5

Raleigh

325

5

Washington DC

575

9

Jacksonville

139

2

Orlando

279

4

Miami

480

8

Chicago

1000

16

New Orleans

682

11

NYC

810

13

Bus - Buses travel around the clock, so visitors can travel to Savannah by day or night from all over the United States, Canada and Mexico

If the options above are not enough, you can always bring your boat! Savannah is a major port on the U.S. East Coast and has several marinas available.