The Low Country of South Carolina and the barrier islands stretches back to the 1600’s and many of the historic and cultural landmarks have survived over the centuries. From Antebellum era estates in Beaufort to the military museum on Parris Island, there are countless opportunities available for history buffs. Walking, carriage and van tours are available.

  • On LandDAY TRIPS

    Our Sea Islands Handpicked Homes are conveniently located near Charleston, SC and Savannah, GA. These gorgeous, historic and popular Southern cities make fabulous daytrips.


    Hunting Island is located between Harbor and Fripp Islands but offers an entirely different experience than any of the other islands in the area. The main attraction is the Hunting Island lighthouse where you can climb175 steps to the top and admire the view. Also leave time to hike the many island trails and visit the gorgeous, sandy beach.

  • On LandGOLF

    With two award-winning golf courses in the immediate vicinity, and many more in the surrounding area, the Sea Islands are a premier destination for golfers. Take in the beauty and unique atmosphere while challenging yourself with these Low Country championship courses.


    The unique ecology of the area allows anglers the opportunity to fish both sides of the islands. Shore fishing and off-shore charter tours are available through several outfitters in Beaufort. Or go after small, game-like redfish and sea trout on the inland marshes and rivers. You can also explore the Sea Islands from the water by renting paddle gear. Venture out on your own, or schedule a Guided Adventure tour with our local experts.

  • On LandNATURE

    The amazingly diverse biology of the barrier islands makes Sea Islands and incredible place for nature lovers. Loggerhead sea turtles have been laying eggs on these shores for years and the inland side of the islands are full of wildlife including alligators, marsh birds, deer and other mammals. Nearby Hunting Island State Park is a favorite among locals and visitors. Climb to the top of the Lighthouse, visit the Nature Center and take some time to hike around and explore the unique landscape and ecosystem.