Gullah Tradition and Heritage
The history and culture of the Gullah people is well preserved by their descendants, still living throughout the Sea Islands of South Carolina. Discover the time-honored traditions and heritage of a culture whose roots have shaped the Lowcountry for more than 200 years.
Gullah Traditions of the South Carolina Coast
Discover the enduring story of the Gullah, a civilization living on the Sea Islands of South Carolina that has upheld its West African legacy for more than 100 years through cherished traditions in spirituality, music, food and language.
Lowcountry Gullah Heritage Tour
Tucked among the Sea Islands of the South Carolina coast is the well-preserved history of the Gullah people; a history that dates back to the earliest settlements here. This coastal trip gives a glimpse into a culture that has shaped SC.
A History of Gullah Cuisine
Without the cultivation of rice by the Gullah people of South Carolina’s coast and Sea Islands, many of the Lowcountry’s most famous dishes would have never existed.