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Jeanette Lawson

Guide To Dolphin‌ ‌Strand‌ ‌Feeding‌ On Kiawah Island

There are lots of people who love South Carolina and the Charleston-area islands, particularly given the opportunity to see Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. This is a beautiful marine mammal that is commonly sighted at low tide and is aggressively protected by the local Beach Patrol and local wildlife laws. There are numerous educational programs that focus

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Jeanette Lawson

Outdoor Dining on Kiawah Island

Kiawah Island Outdoor Dining  We’ve always been fans of outdoor dining around Kiawah Island—even before everyone’s least-favorite pandemic swept in. After all, one of life’s true pleasures is digging into a delicious meal under a string of lights in the Lowcountry evening breeze. Or stepping in from the beach for a poolside sandwich and an

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Jeanette Lawson

Tips for Buying an Investment Property on Kiawah Island

Here on Kiawah Island—against the odds—we’re fortunate to be having a booming summer for tourism in 2020.  Why such luck? First, South Carolina has a more “hands-off” state government, so we opened sooner than many other places in the US following the COVID-19 shutdowns.  In addition to this, many of our Southern neighbors (and beyond)

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Jeanette Lawson

Learn About Kiawah Island Getaways’ Cleaning Procedure

Before we get into the details about our meticulous, CDC-approved cleaning procedures at Kiawah Island Getaways, we want to share a message from the vacation rental industry.  This short video—called “To Guests, with Love”—showcases in 4 minutes just what guests mean to us “mom & pop” vacation rental companies. Give it a watch!  Here’s our

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Jeanette Lawson

Is Kiawah Open to the Public?

You may have heard that Kiawah Island has a guardhouse at its main entrance. So you may be wondering: what happens if you aren’t staying on the island? Is Kiawah open to the public? Can I still enjoy its pristine, uncrowded beaches without a pass? Yes! Kiawah Island is indeed open to the public; you

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