PRICE PER PERSON
$95 if we pick you up
$60 if you drive
Let us introduce you to the “Gullah” culture of Sandy Island. This
Island is about 9,000 acres, which is mostly a Longleaf Pine forest, that is home to many endangered species, especially the red-cockaded woodpecker.
On the southern end of the island are remnants of old rice plantations, with water gates and earthwork canals built by African slaves. Sandy Island is a small community made up of a few families who are descendants of former slaves. This island is only accessible by boat. Residents commute to the mainland daily for work and school.
During our visit we will see the General Store, AME Church, schoolhouse
and much more. Back at the General Store we will have a Gullah lunch, especially prepared for us and served under the beautiful live oak trees.
Bus Tour of the Island
Surfside Presbyterian Church or
Meet at the Sandy Island Boat Landing
Contact Robin McCall at
(843)235-2966 or e-mail
Due Upon Reserving Space
Make check payable to
Storehouse Tours and mail to:
37 Heather Drive
Pawleys Island, SC 29585
A 100% refund will be given for cancellations two weeks prior to departure.
Walking, standing and riding
Please let Robin know if you have any dietary restrictions.