Daufuskie Island has three 18-hole great golf courses: a newly renovated Rees Jones one, Jack Nicklaus’ Melrose on the Atlantic Ocean and Tom Weiskopf’s Bloody Point with views of Tybee Island and Savannah.
Savannah Canoe & Kayak
A great way to get a sense of the water life of the Low Country is to take a canoe or kayak around one of the area’s barrier islands. This company is owned by a water-loving couple who offer guided tours and instruction for kids and adults. One of their guides will meet you at the beach with kayaks, guide you to empty beaches and point out wildlife. Whether you would like to spot dolphins, osprey or Civil War sites, they can craft a few hours of adventure and activity. They offer group and private tours, even overnight camping trips. Tours begin at $50 for two hours.
Underground Board Works
The best place in the area to learn to surf is out on Tybee Island. Jim Stephens and his fellow surfers will teach all ages.
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