Explore Daufuskie on your own

Your Island of Adventure

If you like doing your own thing on your own time instead of being part of a group, then a self-guided adventure is perfect for you. When you rent a golf cart, most rental services will have the cart waiting for you when you step off the ferry and a team member will tell you a little about the island, give you an island map, and share some personal recommendations. Then, with map in hand, you’ll take off to explore the island going where you want to go and doing what you want to do – even stopping to say hello to little horsey!  You may explore our beaches, visit the island’s historic locations, stop in at the galleries and craft shops, and/or grab some food at one of our unique restaurants. The enjoyable round-trip ferry boat ride and nifty golf cart are the perfect trimmings for a very memorable day on Daufuskie.

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Face Coverings Required

The Daufuskie Island Ferry is again running its full schedule.  Following NTSB’s requirements regarding the COVID- 19 virus, all ferry passengers must wear face coverings in accordance with the directives below.  Please be aware that when you purchase your ferry ticket you are entering a contractual agreement with the Daufuskie Island Ferry to follow its policies.

  • All passengers are required to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth throughout the entire passage, including while loading/unloading luggage and cargo, while in the waiting areas, on the docks and while on board the ferry inside the cabin or on open decks.
  • Small children who are not able to maintain a face covering are exempt from this requirement.  Face covering guidance is provided on  the CDC website.
  • The application of hand sanitizer prior to boarding will continue as consistent with past practice.

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