A Secret Retreat on Daufuskie Island

While the island has primarily been enjoyed by its 400 residents, in 2019 Haig Point, which accounts for about a fifth of Daufuskie, began inviting visitors to experience life off the mainland with a “Stay and Play” package that focuses on its rich history, preserved natural attractions, and modern indulgences.

“The vision of the community was to create an exclusive island retreat where residents feel connected to nature and all Daufuskie Island has to offer,” says Adam Martin, director of sales and marketing at Haig Point. “The island’s distinct beauty is particularly evident in the wide variety of flora and fauna.” Live oaks, magnolias, loblolly pines, palmettos, and azaleas grace the landscape year-round, providing an idyllic setting for a plethora of undisturbed wildlife.