A Day on Daufuskie
Give your friends and family a refreshingly different gift this year. Set up a day on Daufuskie for them. With guided and self-guided options, we can create a wonderful experience that they will truly enjoy. Once all the details are in place, they will just have to give us a quick call to set up a day. Take a look at our holiday gift options. Give memories with Tour Daufuskie.
Sea Island Sculptures from The Iron Fish
Chase Allen specializes in crafting beautiful coastal inspired metal sculptures. Fish, mermaids, sea turtles, crabs, and lobsters are just a few of the pieces he creates. Although Chase ships his sculptures worldwide, you’ll have to come to his gallery on Daufuskie Island to get something in time for Christmas.
This breathtaking post and beam barn located on the north end of Daufuskie Island is the home to Mike and Joanne Loftus’ woodworking and wine shop. With organic, sustainable, and low production wines from vineyards throughout the world, you are sure to find a bottle to fit every palette. Paired with one of Mike’s hand crafted beach wine stands, this is the perfect gift for friends and family.
Indigo Dyed Scarf
This mystical natural blue dye is truly unique. Daufuskie Blues uses natural indigo to create unique patterns and designs on scarves and organic fabrics. Based out of Maryfields School on Daufuskie Island, this little shop is home to production and sales. Sold exclusively on Daufuskie Island, you’ll have to stop into Daufuskie Blues for these lovely pieces.
Daufuskie Island Rum Company’s Spiced Rum
With cooler weather approaching, give some warmth with Daufuskie Island Rum Company’s Spiced Rum. Reminiscent of the holidays, this naturally spiced rum pairs wonderfully with eggnog. In addition to their spiced rum, the distillery offers numerous other artisanal rums, all made on Daufuskie Island. And their homemade vanilla extract makes the perfect stocking stuffer!
Silver Dew Hand Crafted Pottery
Inspired by the pottery of Native Americans he unearthed from the island he grew up on, Lancy Burn’s pieces are a true reflection of Daufuskie Island. The work that his wife, Emily, and he create is not only beautiful, but practical. Take a peak at their gallery located on Benjies Point Road on Daufuskie Island.
Handmade Soap from Daufuskie Peach
Daufuskie Peach’s hand crafted bath and body products are made in-house using unrefined, organic shea butter. From start to finish, these soaps, lotions, butters, and scrubs are created in small batches on Daufuskie Island. Pure, simple, clean. Explore her ever indulging scents at Daufuskie Peach next time you’re on Daufuskie Island or take a look at her online store.
Spartina, Where it Began
Spartina 449 company founder and CEO, Kay Stanley, found inspiration for her handbags, jewelry and accessories from her seaside cottage on Daufuskie Island. Although you can buy Spartina 449 all over, getting it from the Lowcountry adds a special memory. Find Spartina Retailers here.