By appointment only


Tours are given by Vermelle "Bunny" Smith Rodrigues, who is a native Gullah speaker born and raised in Georgetown, S.C.

Call us at 1 843 527 1851 for pricing  on tours of historic Gullah sites from North Myrtle Beach to Charleston. 

The tour starts at the "Black Pearl," Atlantic Beach in North Myrtle Beach, one of only three beaches  in the state where African Americans were allowed to go to during segregation. From there, we go to Pawleys Island, where we stop at the last one-room schoolhouse for African Americans and see the remnants of slave cottages on a plantation. Then we head for Georgetown, where stops include an old slave market, the home of first African American elected to the U.S. Congress after reconstruction and a traditional Gullah prayer hall. The tour ends in Charleston.