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Daufuskie Island Tours

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Daufuskie Island Gullah Heritage Society Tours with Sallie Ann Robinson
Melrose Dock, (843)686-2227
See and enjoy a Gullah Tour on Daufuskie through the eyes and memories of a sixth generation Gullah native, and one of Pat Conroy ‘s students when he taught on Daufuskie Island. Celebrity chef, television personality, and cookbook author Sallie Ann Robinson is renowned for her culinary expertise, entertaining presentations, and knowledge of Southeastern United States Gullah culture.

Freeport Marina & Calibogue Cruises
18 Simmons Road, (843)342-8687, (843)785-8242
The marina offers several types of tours ranging from narrated historic bus tours, self-guided golf cart tours to nature and dinner boat tours. Accessible only by boat, this tour takes visitors to the Island’s winery, church, plantation and lighthouse.
Golf carts available for self-guided tour.

Robert Kennedy Trail Self-Guided Tour
To experience the Gullah history of Daufuskie Island, follow the Robert Kennedy Trail. The trail maps out 20 historic landmarks that depict the Daufuskie Gullah way of life that has been present for so many generations.  Download the map or pick up a copy at the Billie Burn Museum, then set out and see history come to life.

Tour Daufuskie Guided ToursDaufuskie Road
50 Melrose Landing Rd, (843)842-9449
Allow our local guides to take you through a back-in-time experience on a historic, quirky, rustic, under-developed and relatively unknown island. On this very popular guided History & Artisans tour, you will learn about the rich Gullah, American Indian, and Civil War history that makes this bridgeless island so significant.

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