1. Stroll around the ocean
Obviously, isn’t that so? Since we live in the mountains and don’t get to the coast all the time, we enjoy each experience of being on the ocean front. The young ladies like to get some sun however the centers and I appreciate strolling or riding our bicycles around the ocean. It’s exceptionally wide at low tide so there’s a lot of space for sunbathers, walkers, bicycles, and sand vision casting.
2. Dolphin Watching
We’ve seen them out in the sea and in the gulf. They’re so energetic and enjoyable to watch. My better half is catching them on record in the photograph beneath.
3. Bicycle riding
Bikes are our number one method for getting around the island and we lease them each time we go. Our most youthful really figured out how to ride her bicycle on the ocean front one time when we were here. There are wide paths that mismatch the island and take you through some lovely view.
On the off chance that you love taking pictures, Kiawah is your place. We’ve tracked down the most fascinating things around the island and near the ocean. Last month when we were there we really stumbled into a boat that had appeared near the ocean. That was a first, without a doubt! We generally see sandpipers and lovely shells, and now and again see starfish and sand dollars. One year when we were there a solid tempest has quite recently gone through and cleaned up a few fascinating little animals from the ocean onto the ocean side.
5. Watch the dawn near the ocean
Rise and shine ahead of schedule somewhere around once and watch the dawn. There aren’t many individuals on the ocean front and it’s mysterious to watch and experience.
6. Visit Angel Oak Tree
This tree is astonishing. It’s a gigantic live oak tree and is assessed to be 300 or 400 years of age and some trust it’s north of 1500 years of age. It’s around 10 or 15 minutes from the island and is an unquestionable requirement.
7. Take a kayak visit through the island
We did this last year with the young ladies and completely appreciated seeing the island along these lines. Our aide called attention to such countless fascinating things and imparted the historical backdrop of the island to us. He likewise took us to an incredible spot for gathering shells.
Kiawah has the absolute best courses anyplace and individuals come from everywhere to play here. You can look at some of them here.
Many decent shops are on the island in the Freshfields Village, including a Harris Teeter for food. To see every one of the shops, go here.
10. Do some nature observing
Since a significant part of the island has been protected as it has been perpetually, there is a lot of wildlfe to appreciate. Birds, deer, squirrels, and crocodiles are only a couple of the creatures we’ve seen on our outings here.