Tag Archives: Kiawah Island

There are so many different types of accommodations in South Carolina it might be tough to choose where to stay. So we’re here to help! The first decision you need to make is what type of vacation you’re planning in … Read More

Annual Hotel Renovation

While some hotels just use the slow season to do minor repair work, at The Sanctuary, we use a week early each year for our annual hotel renovation.  We close down for close to a full week each January, remove … Read More

Thanksgiving Sand Sculpting

Every Thanksgiving Day, families and friends gather on the beautiful sandy beach of Kiawah Island Golf Resort to engage in some good old-fashioned competition. Could this event be the annual Turkey Trot on Kiawah Island? It could be, but not … Read More

Coyotes are grayish-brown often with reddish tinges.  Weighing 20-40 pounds, they resemble a medium-sized dog. They are omnivorous and will eat a variety of food items, including deer, rabbits, rodents, insects, berries, and acorns. Although it is considered rare to … Read More

The Naturally Kiawah Garden, a joint project with Kiawah Island Golf Resort and Kiawah Conservancy, was recently completed in Night Heron Park. The garden is designed to showcase native plants and plants that respond well to the diverse conditions of Kiawah Island’s environs.

  Are you in need of the latest swimwear and local handcrafted jewelry?  We have you covered with our latest Flora Bella swim wear and cover-ups, as well as local artist, Nicholas Lane’s beautiful handmade jewelry to pick from.  Make … Read More

Kicking off the holiday weekend, The Coastal Breeze Band took the stage for the Summer Concert Series on The Grand Lawn at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort on Friday, May 24th! The Southeast’s #1 variety dance band, based … Read More

These words, immortalized in Latin, are engraved upon Carl Linnaeus’ grave stone.  Linnaeus saw the complexity of the world, and succeeded in devising a system to name every living thing on Earth.  He sought to see the trees from the … Read More

With a mouth like that, one would think leatherbacks are taking down massive fish and giant squid. Would you be surprised to know that Leatherback Sea Turtles, one of the world’s largest reptiles, feed almost exclusively on jellyfish? Hundreds of … Read More

Early Sunday morning, April 14th, the Nature Center receives a phone call, “young Great Horned Owl on the ground.” Naturalists respond. The nest is located 100+ feet high in a Loblolly Pine. At least one parent is on the watch. … Read More