Here in South Carolina, the celebrated Lowcountry barrier islands of Kiawah and Seabrook constitute a vacationer's dream - realized. These are the resort/residential islands you've heard so much about - the ones travel writers extol in glossy magazines with dreamy features about pristine beaches in a lush, sub-tropical setting, with almost unlimited recreational opportunities, and a quiet luxury lifestyle to match. These are the island destinations so many satisfied, contented visitors have talked about for years.
And through Beachwalker Rentals, Inc. - it's all waiting for you.
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Kiawah's 10,000 natural woodland acres stretch along a windswept Atlantic and create 10 miles of spectacular, unspoiled beach. You'll find the sparkling waters as restful to the soul as they are wondrous to the eye - unmarred by commercial development and unsympathetic intrusion. Surely this is a Beachwalker's paradise...day or night...any time of the year.
Not surprisingly, the island is a haven for watching the vast array of fascinating wildlife - who seem to take it all in stride. The shy, tawny deer, the majestic Blue Heron and the fragile Snowy Egret share this verdant landscape willingly with a limited number of visitors and full-time residents. And why not, there's room enough for all.
The climate is part of the attraction; the year-round average temperature is a balmy 65-degrees.
But across the golden marsh and tucked away behind Kiawah's abundant foliage are the island's luxury accommodations, two unique resort villages plus ultra-exclusive areas with (design award-winning) private homes.