A marshland teeming with green grasses stretches into the distance on Little St. Simons Island.
Little St. Simons Island Creek flowing from East Myrtle Pond on the north end of Little St Simons Island, Georgia. © Blake Gordon

Legacy Journeys

Little St. Simons Island

Enjoy a relaxing excursion in Georgia to a privately owned barrier island teeming with wildlife.

Single and double occupancy available on both departures.
To sign up, contact Shana Love at (888) 733-5774 or shana@littlessi.com.

All travelers are required to be fully vaccinated
against COVID-19 to participate on 2023 Legacy Journeys.

Explore the Journey

Two Departures: May 5-11, 2023 or May 11-17, 2023

Full Itineraries

Two Departures: May 5-11, 2023 OR May 11-17, 2023

To sign up, contact Shana Love at (888) 733-5774 or shana@littlessi.com.

Nature leads the way on Little St. Simons Island, Georgia, making it a favored destination for those yearning for an ecofriendly respite. Spend your days following the gentle rhythm of the tides at this privately held nature sanctuary teeming with gracious Southern hospitality. You can begin your days watching birds feeding in the morning shadows and surf with a backdrop of a perfectly serene sunrise. Whether kayaking on tidal creeks and salt marshes or strolling through maritime forests with Spanish moss-draped oaks, you’re sure to enjoy this incredible island.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Take a guided adventure with naturalists who live and work on the island.
  • Tuck into a bird blind to watch egrets, herons and roseate spoonbills.
  • Go on a guided kayak trip along tidal creeks surrounded by thousands of acres of protected coastal salt marsh.
  • Tour the natural freshwater ponds around the island that harbor an abundance of American alligators.

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Information & Reservations

Reservations for all trips will open on Wednesday, August 31 at 2 p.m. ET and can be made with the trip specialist listed below.

Shana Love
Phone: (888) 733-5774
Email: shana@littlessi.com

 

All travelers are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to participate on 2023 Legacy Journeys.