Daufuskie Island is located between Hilton Head Island, SC and Savannah, GA. 

It is the southernmost inhabited sea island in South Carolina and is only accessible by ferry or private water taxi. Daufukise is 5 miles long by almost 2.5 miles wide. With over 2 miles of traversable beachfront and multiple dirt roads with limited traffic, Daufuskie is truly a unique place boasting a rich history and pristine nature unlike any other on the East Coast. 

The community of Daufuskie offers something for everyone’s interests including unique dining experiences, local island artists, a historic trail, museums, and outdoor activities including kayaking, bicycling, exploring by golf cart, fishing, and bird watching.


Getting Here

The Daufuskie Island Ferry Service provides round trip ferry service to and from the island four times a day. Our staff will work with the ferry service and island vendors to make sure your arrival and departure experience is smooth and seamless. We can provide transportation to and from the Daufuskie Island Ferry Landing for $10 per person. Our barn is about 1.5 miles from the landing.

 
 
Docks on the Cooper River of Daufuskie Island

Old Daufuskie Crab Company
 

Things to See and Do

From outdoor adventures to an eclectic arts and dining scene, Daufuskie Island has something for every family. We encourage anyone considering a beach ride with us to spend the entirety of the day enjoying this unique place. Visit our Daufuskie Island Visitor Bureau to Learn More.