Vacation Must Do's

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 As you make your way over the Isle of Palms Connector, you’re instantly surrounded by the city’s lush greenery and the sparkling waters of the Intracoastal Waterway. Upon arriving on the Island, you’ll see locals, island residents, and vacationers alike...

Isle of Palms is open again and short-term rentals are permitted starting on May 13. These activities are great ways to enjoy the area, while still being aware of your surroundings and being socially responsible!

With everything going on in the world right now, all we want is to be able to relax on the beach and soak up the sun. While Isle of Palms isn’t ready for visitors quite yet, don’t let that stop you from having a...

Every once in a while, Charleston’s weather doesn’t cooperate. There are those handful of days where it’s just a little too chilly, you get caught in the rain, or you simply don’t want to be outside. That doesn’t mean the day is wasted! There...

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, but it's not too late to scratch any plans you had to cook a huge dinner and instead let an incredible Charleston chef do it for you. These 10 signature Charleston restaurants that will be serving Lowcountry-style Thanksgiving dinners this year. 

Things are starting to get spooky in the Lowcountry. Halloween is only a few days away, and so are a bunch of fun events all around Charleston. If you are taking a trip down to the Charleston area during Halloween week here are some...

One of the best ways to appreciate Charleston's coastal charm is by exploring the harbor onboard one of the many boat tours. You can charter a fishing boat and catch dinner for the night or go on a guided excursion that takes you to some of the best-kept secrets that only the locals know about.

As you walk through the historic streets of Downtown Charleston, you will pass several beautiful historic theaters in every section of town. If you are visiting this fall or holiday season, we highly recommend setting aside time to catch a magnificent performance on a Lowcountry stage.

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