LOWCOUNTRY SEA ISLANDS

Our tour of the Lowcountry's beautiful Sea Islands explores the natural and culinary history of rural James, Johns and Wadmalaw islands, once home to vast plantations of long-staple cotton. This tour requires less walking than our other tours and is a good choice for those looking for a more leisurely experience with a strong food and beverage component.

Create your Sea Islands tour by selecting your preferences from among the following sites:

* McLeod Plantation
* Angel Oak
* Lunch at the Tomato Shed
* Charleston Tea Plantation
* Firefly Distillery

One of the oldest, largest living things east of the Mississippi, the Angel Oak has borne witness to centuries of Charleston's history, a sacred site to Native Americans, as well as slave children who played among its expansive limbs. With a canopy extending nearly 2,000 square yards, this incredible natural resource continues to inspire awe among those who visit. See for yourself what I mean!