The Gullah way of life.

The Sandy Island community was founded by a free slave who worked on local rice plantations. Many of these residents to include myself are his direct decedents. Because the residents live isolated from the influence of modern culture, the Gullah way of life here is preserved.

Big plans for Tours de Sandy Island

We have big plans in-the-works for Tours de Sandy Island (TDSI) customers. Our goal is to make your experience much more memorable. Starting with the purchase of old Prince Washington (School Boat) in order to accommodate larger groups, family reunions, field trips, and more. Additionally, we are updating the store with new merchant equipment like Square, to help make purchases flow with ease. So stay tuned, there will be more to come.

We want to thank all of you for your likes, support, a continuous encouragement. Tours de Sandy Island has come a long way because of beautiful people like you... Sincerely we truly thank you for making TDSI what it is today...

Capt. Rommy

P.S Thank you for your love and prayers while I'm deployed...

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