All Day Sapelo Island Tour. See beaches, lighthouse, Indian Shell Ring

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Sapelo Island is located five miles offshore from the Georgia Coast. The Island ferry can only be used by employees of the State of Georgia, Island residents and their guests, and tourists escorted by an authorized Island guide.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Sapelo Tours

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The half day Sapelo tour includes the beautiful unspoiled Sapelo Beach, the scenic Sapelo Lighthouse, the impressive R.J. Reynolds Mansion, the University of Georgia Marine Institute, and the African American Gullah Geechee Hog Hammock National Historic Area, with a two room school house, two historic churches, and numerous "shotgun" house and new vacation homes.

Duration: 4 hour

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The whole day Sapelo Island tour includes everything seen on the half day tour plus the restored African American Gullah Geechee Raccoon Bluff Church, Blackbeard Island and Creek, the extensive slave cabin tabby ruins and plantation house at Chocolate Plantation, the mysterious 4,500 year old Indian shell ring, the R. J. Reynolds Wildldife Management Area with deer and wild pigs and wild cattle, the Log Landing, Reynolds cotton gin, historic Island store, gracious guest houses, tabby, ruins of Georgia's first mule powered sugar mill, haunted Behavior slave cemetery, still in use, and the Reynolds airfield and hangar.

Duration: 8 hour
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