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This historical tour of St. Helena and the surrounding Sea Islands brings to life stories and contributions of enslaved Africans and their native cultures and how it significantly influenced the growth and development of South Carolina's and America's culture. Offers "receptive operators" who create group packages and lodging for a total Gullah culture experience. Have been featured on Grainger LTD-Australian TV for the 1996 Olympic Games, Japanese and Korean TV, BBC, PBS and over 600 magazines and newspaper publications.


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Rev's Step On Tours

Rev's tour is an "UNFUGULLABLE"

Saint Helena Island, SC Tours

Penn Center Inc.

After Union occupation of the sea islands in 1861, Northern missionaries Laura Towne and Ellen Murray and abolitionists founded Penn Center in 1862

Saint Helena Island, SC Other Attractions


Shrimp Shack

A favorite among lowcountry residents for over 20

Saint Helena Island, SC Other Attractions

The Gullah Grub

Originally a unique blend of African and European cooking methods, Gullah cuisine has evolved into a taste unique to the Lowcountry. At Gullah Grub we make our own spice blends, using all natural herbs and spices.

Saint Helena Island, SC Other Attractions

Things to do Tours near Saint Helena Island, SC

Gullah Heritage Trail Tours

This two-hour tour explores the Sea Island Gullah Heritage....

The Point Historic Tours And Transportation

Narrated mini-bus tours of Beaufort's historic district. Group and custom tours available. Call for reservations....

The Spirit Of Old Beaufort Tour Center and Gift Shop

Tours begin and end at their gift shop in the Waterfront area. Narrated tour of East side focuses on the historic homes. West...

Rev's Step On Tours

Rev's tour is an "UNFUGULLABLE" experience that not only showcases historic sites, but lets you experience the Gullah culture...

Daufuskie Island Historical/Cultural Tour

This tour explores Daufuskie Island, accessible only by boat and the setting for Pat Conroy's "The Water is Wide." The narrat...