A private residential island north of Isle of Palms, Dewees is only accessible by the privately controlled ferry that runs to and from it. While we may not be able to take you to its beaches, we’d be more than happy to swing you by to take in incredible views of this pristine nature preserve.
A barrier island north of Dewees, Capers offers some of the most primitive beaches in the area, filled with breathtaking natural beauty. When visiting here, you won’t want to miss Boneyard Beach—a unique tangle of petrified trees in the sand left in the wake of Hurricane Hugo. Never overcrowded, this is one of the best places to explore a natural coast in the Charleston area.
We have everything you need for the perfect Charleston Island Tours. Our fleet includes four top-of-the-line boats to best meet your needs. plus, we offer coolers with ice as well as a Bluetooth audio system for your trip. Plan your island adventure with us today!
Charleston is home to a plethora of islands and beaches. Explore the area’s most secluded and scenic shores with our Charleston Island Tours! Unlike other companies, we’re not stuck with set schedules and itineraries. Tell us where you’d like to go and what you want to do for your trip, and we’ll make it happen. To help you decide, here’s a quick overview of the islands we venture to in the area. Join us for a great day of boating, swimming, shelling, beachside dining and more—all tailored to your party’s demands.
Home to one of the most popular beaches in the area and referred to as “The Edge Of America,” Folly offers unparalleled natural views as well as plenty of opportunities for beach parties and sampling local cuisine. We’d be happy to take you to a more secluded area to explore the beaches, or we can bring you right to the middle of the action.
If you’re planning to visit Morris, a boat is essential! There’s no other way to access this secluded 840-acre isle located in the southwest mouth of the Charleston harbor. Featuring the iconic Morris Island Lighthouse, the island was a fortification during the Civil War, standing guard by Fort Sumter, where the first shots of the war were fired.
Home to the Kiawah Island Golf Resort, the area offers plenty of opportunities for posh relaxation and sport. There are many incredible home to view along its shores, and its beaches are just as beautiful as the rest of the area.
Another of the area’s most popular beaches, Sullivans is located at the northeastern mouth of the Charleston harbor. Here, you’ll find plenty of breathtaking beaches as well as other iconic sites like Fort Moultrie and the Sullivan’s Island Lighthouse. The main strip also hosts the popular Poe’s Tavern (named for the time Edgar Allen Poe spent here) and other great restaurants.
An island hop northeast of Sullivans, Isle of Palms offers some of the area’s most scenic beaches, marshes and more. With a laid-back resort lifestyle, the area is the perfect place to visit for a day of beach fun and relaxation.
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