Exploring South Carolina’s Islands
A complete guide for vacationers, day-trippers, armchair travelers, and people looking to relocate to this charming area. What to see and do, where to stay and eat on South Carolina’s fabled islands.
Take a leisurely carriage tour of scenic Beaufort or an eerie Charleston ghost walk. Spend the day beachcombing on Capers Island. Visit the amazing Edisto Island Serpentarium. Play a round of golf on Cat Island’s championship South Carolina National. Partake in a cooking demonstration while staying in a cottage-style bed and breakfast on Knowles Island. Visit America’s only tea plantation on Wadmalaw Island. Sit down to high tea at Georgetown’s 1790 House. Take a pontoon boat ride out to Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge’s Bull Island. Go kayaking on the black-water Edisto River, complete with an overnight stay in a real tree house…
Wherever you choose to visit and whatever you decide to do, this guide, with over 70 photos, will help you find the best experience at a time and price that suits you most
Here are a couple of reviews on Exploring South Carolina’s Islands:
- Highly recommend. A MUST for exploring coastal part of this state. The author even tells you where to find the best “she crab soup” and her favorite shelling spots. Lots of photos, too. (Amazon.com Reader Review – Johnathan, July 8, 2002)
- Good Book. Just a really good book about all these islands, with lots of photos, history, trivia, and info about things to see and do, places to stay, restaurants, nightlife–you name it! (Amazon.com Reader Review – Mary, June 29, 2002)