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Kiawah Island may be famous for its golf courses, tennis courts, and gorgeous high-dollar homes, but there’s much more to the island that you may have yet to discover. Here are 5 family-friendly Kiawah Island adventures for nature lovers and curious visitors.
From gators to birds to butterflies, the Heron Park Nature Center has a team of passionately knowledgeable tour guides waiting to walk you through all the fascinating history and habitats the island has to offer. Here are just a few of the educational adventures that await you at Kiawah.
If you’ve spent any time on Kiawah, you’ve probably encountered a ‘gator or two, but what do you really know about them? Did you know that in winter they lay dormant on the bottom of a pond or in underground dens scooped out with their own claws and jaws? Learn about that and much more during the two-hour Alligator Adventure tour, which is offered at Kiawah throughout the year for $20 per person.
Back Island Birding
They say that a bird lover’s paradise awaits at Kiawah. The island has well over 220 species of birds! The Nature Center’s birding experts are waiting to take you to remote locations to explore natural habitats while learning all about the natural history of the island’s vast avian wildlife. Comfy shoes, a camera, and drinking water are recommended in hotter months, but the program is offered throughout the year. The three-hour tour is $35 per person, and anyone age 16 and over can get in on it.
Who doesn’t love butterflies? Lucky for us, Kiawah offers a family-friendly tour through the Sanctuary gardens for autumn butterflies. You’ll get to use nets to catch and gently examine butterflies to discover about the resources these stunning creatures have lived on in the island. The walk is stroller accessible, one-hour long, and $12 per person. It’s recommended that you were clothes you don’t mind getting dirty.
Night Beach Walk
Kiawah’s Night Beach Walk may have a pretty beach and a sky full of stars to offer you, but there’s so much to learn. Ever wonder why sea turtles cry as they lay their eggs in the island’s dunes? Or why ghost crabs have hairy legs? Or why the sea sparkles in shades of green? The point of the walk is for the whole family to learn about the island’s nocturnal creatures and their habitat. The tour is offered late spring and early fall, it is an hour-and-a-half long, $15 a person, and available to anyone. Note: persons under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Oh, and don’t forget the insect repellent and comfy walking shoes.
Historical Sunset Cycle
If you like to cycle your way through Kiawah, you’ll love the Historical Sunset Cycle, offered year round on Sundays only or by request. Learn about where the word kiawah came from and explore the island’s history and ecology while enjoying a beautiful sunset view from your bike. The tour is an hour-and-a-half-long, $15 per person, and available for anyone. Note: participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. They also recommend wearing comfortable clothing and bringing along a bottle of water.
Call the Heron Park Nature Center to learn more about current tours and schedules. What will be your first adventure?
The Kiawah Seabrook Group of dunes properties is a seasoned team of real estate professionals who make their home at our beautiful office at Bohicket Marina. Starting with four agents in January 2011, the group has continued to grow and thrive while representing buyers and sellers in the unique communities of Kiawah and Seabrook Islands. These agents work and live on the islands. They know and love these areas and helping others to make them “home” is paramount to our success.
Whether it’s a vacation home, an investment or a primary residence, the Kiawah Seabrook Group is ready to help you find your island home. Give Becky Manna a call at the Bohicket Office to see how The KSG can help you!
Johns Island, SC 29455
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We had a wonderful party to celebrate the opening of the Kiawah Seabrook Office at 1887 Bohicket Marina Village on January 22, 2011. The weather outside was brisk, but inside our little office we kept warm with a little wine and lots of great conversation. Thanks to all who attended. Those of you who were not able to make it, stop by the office to visit sometime! We have a fantastic group of experienced agents who have been representing buyers and sellers on the islands for years, and our hope is that this office will be an effective tool for their continued success. Best of Luck Kiawah Seabrook Group!
Dunes Properties is happy to announce that we have opened a new location to better serve the Kiawah, Seabrook, and Johns Island areas. The office is located at 1887 Bohicket Marina Village, on the right between Freshfields Village and the gate of Seabrook Island. It is conveniently located near Rosebank Café and Doin’ Charleston Gourmet Gift Shop at the entrance to Bohicket Marina.
The new office is home to The Kiawah Seabrook Group, a seasoned team of Dunes agents including Karen Hilty, Lucie Jones, Joy Millar, and Debbie Mansfield. Each of these real estate professionals has years of experience selling and representing buyers on the islands. They are all actively involved in the island communities, being property owners and Club members themselves. The office will be managed by Real Estate Administrator Becky Manna who, after a recent stint at The Real Estate Studio, is happy to be back in the area she knows and loves so well.
There will be an Open House to celebrate on Saturday, January 22, 2-5pm
COME JOIN US!