Category Archives: Environment

For nearly 40 years, Kiawah Island Golf Resort has been providing memorable vacations in a unique and beautiful setting, offering great getaways featuring world class golf and tennis as well as 10-miles of beach and outstanding nature excursions.  Below is a Kiawah … Read More

As ambassadors to Kiawah Island, nature, and our guests, we’re proud to contribute in every way possible to preserving our planet and promoting green conscientiousness. Part of what makes Kiawah Island so special is its natural beauty, and we want … Read More

David Drye works part time at Sanctuary Golf Shop. He also volunteers onthe Kiawah Island Turtle Patrol where he was working on the morning of Sunday, July 5. Someone from the City of Kiawah Island’s beach patrol stopped them on … Read More

Submit Your Photo To Win A Stay at The Sanctuary With Golf  From nature lovers and families to outdoor adventurers and golfers, Kiawah Island has inspired many. So come photograph the native plants and wildlife. Compose a family portrait on … Read More

What is Kiawah Island known for around the world?  One could argue a myriad of things, and one would be correct.  However, this beautiful South Carolinian gem is arguably known best for its one-of-a-kind designer fairways and greens, drawing golfers … Read More

Recently, National Geographic was on Kiawah filming Kiawah’s bobcats and dolphin for a new “Wildlife Wonders” television series United States of Animals which will be airing later this year. For this program, Nat Geo Wild is reaching out to Kiawah residents … Read More

Fall has begun on Kiawah, with the leaves starting to change and the weather cooling to the comfortable 70s. While you are outside enjoying the beautiful weather, be on the lookout for numerous species of birds migrating over the island. … Read More

Within the next few days hatching season will officially begin for Kiawah’s Loggerhead Sea Turtles.  Kiawah provides great nesting habitat for the mother Loggerheads (Caretta caretta) and each summer these large, 350-pound turtles find themselves in our dunes to lay … Read More

Originally the land where The Sanctuary is located was only six feet above sea level, which is as low as the current hotel parking lot. In order to have better ocean views and to be safer in the instance of storm … Read More

Dr. Beach – Professor Stephen Leatherman at Florida International University – has posted his annual list of America’s top 10 beaches. The list is based on his evaluation of 50 factors, including cleanliness, safety and amenities.  .  Kiawah Island’s Beachwalker … Read More