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5 Fun Ideas for Your Next Boat Charter in Charleston, South Carolina

May 8th, 2019

One of the reasons why South Carolina is one of the most popular states to visit is because the weather is ideal nearly year-round for a boat ride. But did you know that you don’t need to fish to have an excuse to charter a boat? It’s true—you can charter a boat for a party, special event, […]

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7 Spooky Charleston Ghost Stories to Get Those Goosebumps

March 21st, 2019

Ghosts are real if all the bone-chilling ghost tales you’ve come across are anything to go by. The Tibetan Book of the Dead reveals that a spirit may at times remain in the physical realm instead of moving on to the afterlife as it should. Perhaps it has unfinished business? Who knows. One thing you can be […]

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Boo!: The 10 Most Haunted Places in South Carolina

February 19th, 2019

Do your tastes run a little darker? Do you like being scared, just a little? How about a little more? South Carolina is famous for its centuries of history. There are is an array of colorful characters in the past. It’s not surprising that some of those characters don’t want to leave. South Carolina is home to many […]

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No Fear: Why Ghost Tours Might Be Healthy for You

October 14th, 2018

Visiting haunted places is a scary yet an exciting activity to do — that is, if you enjoy being scared. If not, maybe it’s time for you to face your fears because it does have a surprising effect. When you take one of our expertly-guided Charleston ghost tours, you don’t just discover the rich, mysterious […]

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Charleston: An Eerie Past for the Most Frightening Haunted Tours

October 12th, 2018

Are you always up for thrills? If you’re looking for an adventure that sends shivers down your spine, the expertly-guided haunted tours in Charleston are perfect for you. Your heart will skip a beat at the thought of a ghost sighting. Charleston is one of America’s most haunted cities. Its turbulent past spans over 300 […]

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Rainy Day Activities Charleston SC

May 28th, 2018

In a city where only 70 out of 365 days per year see measurable rainfall, it can be challenging to come up with an alternative to outdoor plans. You can save the day by visiting any of these five indoor attraction–perfect rainy day activities Charleston SC. No matter the ages of the people coming along, […]

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Best Places to See Charleston Wildlife

April 12th, 2018

The vitality and beauty of Charleston isn’t limited to its city streets and neighborhoods. You’ll also find it its beaches, on the islands and waterways. Charleston wildlife runs and flies through lowcountry forests and in the wildlife preserves. Because the natural life is an honored treasure, you’ll find plenty of places to observe it. Here […]

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Charleston Weather: What You Need to Know Before You Go

February 26th, 2018

If you don’t like the weather in Charleston, just wait 15 minutes. Like many Southern cities, Charleston weather can change drastically from one day to the next, and even from morning to evening. So, if you’re planning a visit to the Charleston area, you’ll want to pack for your trip with flexibility comfort in mind, shoes […]

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Shrimp and Grits + More Famous Charleston Food

January 16th, 2018

Food lovers in Charleston do not suffer from a lack of dining choices in the city’s respected food scene–especially for traditional, authentic famous Charleston food. Here are a few of the food treasures passed down from early Gullah generations and travelers to this historic U.S. city. See also Off the Beaten Path Charleston Famous Charleston Food […]

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What is Gullah?

December 12th, 2017

A large part of the cultural history of Charleston and the Charleston area comes from the Gullah, who are the ancestors of the African slaves brought to the Sea Islands from South Carolina south to northern Florida. Their culture lives on today in the regional food, crafts, and the Geechee language. Charleston, one of America’s […]

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