Hilton Head Vacations

THERE IS MORE THAN ONE WAY TO MAKE A SPLASH

 

Yes, “water, water everywhere… nor any drop to drink” as Coleridge wrote 215 years ago in the “Rime of the Ancient Mariner.” We don’t need to drink sea water as long as we can also enjoy it by boating, sailing, paddleboarding, kayaking, charter boating and more.

Kayaking on calm water that surrounds Hilton Head Island is not only relaxing, it can be a great adventure, too. And the best part? Kayaking is a sport for everyone.

FIND YOUR PERFECT BEACH

Sands. Surfing. Swimming. Sunning. Shores. Sailing. Sanctuary. Whatever your vision of t he “beach life” may entail, the sun-splashed beaches of Hilton Head Island offer as many experiences as there are shells on their sandy shores. From its heel to its toe, here’s an overview of some of t he island’s popular beaches and hidden gems.

LET YOUR AWARD-WINNING PATHWAYS GIVE YOU A NEW WAY TO RIDE.

Bluffton began as a nat ive american enclave where tribes would fish and collect oysters, trading them along the May River. Later, it became a retreat for wealthy cotton, indigo and rice plantation owners who enjoyed the river breezes from the town’s bluff. Hence its name, Bluffton. That life revolving around gentle breezes continues today, earning the town the designation of “one of the last true Southern coastal villages.”

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