LowCountry Cuisine

LowCountry Cuisine

The south is known for its friendly accents, laid-back people, humid temperatures and feel good food. Incorporating food into a Hilton Head vacation is part of the Lowcountry experience. Southern food is just as much about the people as it is the recipes.The food culture dates back to agriculture, slavery and the multi cultural regions which have shaped what people now describe as comfort food. However, to truly enjoy southern cuisine, one must not fixate on calories and focus on taste and gratification. While here, indulge in bbq, shrimp n grits, Lowcountry Boil, fried okra and mac-n-cheese.

Day Trips to Famous Nearby Cities

Day Trips to Famous Nearby Cities

If you’re lucky enough to be spending your vacation nestled on Hilton Head Island, you will be equally enticed by some of the day trips that await in and around the region called the Low Country. The Low Country locations of the south have a certain way of charming its’ visitors with its emblematic characteristics like the signature live oaks with Spanish moss, sweet tea, bbq, shrimp & grits, grand architecture and rich history. Many of these popular destinations are strongly influenced by Gullah traditions including storytelling, cuisine, crafts, farming and fishing traditions. Explore Daufuskie Island, Beaufort, Savannah or Charleston.

Hilton Head Golf Getaway


If you are planning a golf getaway to South Carolina, make it a Hilton Head golf vacation. There are more than 400 golf holes scattered across Hilton Head Island. The island is home to the PGA Tour event, The RBC Golf Tournament held each year at The Harbourtown Golf Links. Many of Hilton Head’s public and private golf courses have been designed by such golf course architect legends as Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Pete Dye.

Number #1 island In the United States

According to Travel & Leisure Magazine Hilton Head is the #1 best island in the country. With an average temperature of 70 degrees, year round and  12 miles of beaches all with their own easy public access areas. Coligny Beach is probably the most popular, also Sea Pines, Palmetto Dunes and Folly Field Beach. While not known for shelling, the beaches are known for sand dollars and starfish that wash up on the shores.

Cultural Heritage

In addition to Hilton Head Island’s real natural beauty, world-class golf, award winning restaurants, quality shopping, elegant homes, and friendly locals, there are a variety of annual events to suit any interest.The south is known for its’ celebrations of heritage, culture, food, water, food and basically anything and everything under the sun! There is no better way to experience the local flavors- tastes,sights, and sounds of these historic and charming coastal destinations then joining in the popular annual events that feature the best in coastal food, music, art and more. Hilton Head, Bluffton, Beaufort and Savannah are home to some of the finest festivals in the country.

Eat your way across Hilton Head

One of the many reasons Hilton Head is such a popular living and vacation destination is, simply put, the food! Restaurant week has become a favorite island event over the years because it gives both locals and visitors the chance to explore the many types of food that Hilton Head and Bluffton have to offer. Throughout Restaurant Week, participating restaurants will be offering special price-fixed menus. There are over 250 restaurants on the island offering deli sandwiches, fresh seafood and much more! Counter service, carryout, delivery, family-style or fine dining.

About Hilton Head Island

Hilton Head Island, South Carolina is the second largest barrier island along the Southeast Atlantic Coast, with 12 miles of sandy beachfront. The year round population is about 50,000 but can swell to almost 300,000 during the height of summer vacation season. As you arrive on Hilton Head you will notice that there is an architectural aesthetic that blends into the natural surroundings.

Loggerhead Turtle Season

Loggerhead turtles nest extensively along Hilton Head Island’s 12 miles of beautiful beaches.  These endangered turtles can weigh up to 400 lb and can live to more than 100 years old. While visiting the island make sure you stop into the Coastal Discovery Museum. The Museum hosts seasonal Evening Turtle Talks and Beach Discovery Tours where you can learn more about the Hilton Head Island Sea Turtle Protection Project’s “Adopt-A-Nest”  program.


Fun in the Sun with Sky Pirate

Are you planning a Hilton Head, SC vacation? Looking for fun activities for you and your family to enjoy? Whether you are new to parasailing and water sports or have experienced them in the past, Sky Pirate Parasail will make sure that you and your family/friends have an experience that will be remembered for a lifetime. Choose from several parasailing, tubing and other water sports packages and then just sit back and enjoy!

In addition to our parasail packagestubing and water skiing and cruises including the Sunset Cocktail Cruise and the Dolphin Ecology Cruise, we are also the go to source for boat rentals in Hilton Head/Hilton Head Island. Plan a fun-filled day of activities with Sky Pirate Parasail and give your family something to remember and talk about for years to come. We are confident that after parasailing or tubing with us just once, you will consider us each and every time you return toHilton Head, South Carolina! Contact us today to find out more about our packages!

Thank you for visiting Sky Pirate Parasail, your number one source for parasailing, water sports and tubing in Hilton Head, South Carolina. We look forward to hearing from and seeing you very soon! If you have questions about any of our services, feel free to reach out to us by phone at 843-842-2566 or via email at Continue looking through the rest of our website and find photos from previous parasail excursions, tubing and water skiing and other water sports