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The Lands and Legacies Tour

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Cumberland Island, GA
+1 877-860-6787
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Fantastic trip

We spent a wonderful day exploring Cumberland Island with our guide Mike. He was very... read more

Reviewed yesterday
bobi2013
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Beaufort, SC
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A Can't Miss Tour

Had always been curious about Cumberland Island and had heard about this tour. It exceeded my high... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Kim1234567
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Shrewsbury, Massachusetts
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Cumberland Island, GA
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We spent a wonderful day exploring Cumberland Island with our guide Mike. He was very knowledgeable and told great stories that will allow us to actually remember the history of the island. We got to see both ends of the island as well as the...More

Thank bobi2013
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Had always been curious about Cumberland Island and had heard about this tour. It exceeded my high expectations in every way. Loved the quaint little town of St Mary's where the ferry departs. Enjoyable 45 minute ferry ride to the island. The were 6 of...More

Thank Kim1234567
Reviewed 23 September 2017

Riding the main (only) road through the middle of Cumberland Island in an air conditioned van - seeing armadillos, horses, deer, chapel where Kennedy got married, Plum Orchard, the Dungeness Ruins and so much more. The Lands and Legacies Tour is the ONLY way to...More

Thank George54171
Reviewed 21 September 2017

August 2017 tour with Mike Fulford was fantastic! We took the Lands and Legacies tour - a wonderful adventure for the day seeing every part of Cumberland Island. Mike was amazing - was like touring with the historian of Cumberland and nearby areas. We booked...More

Thank gilkeyja
Reviewed 14 September 2017

Visiting Cumberland Island National Seashore requires pre-planning. The island is reachable only by the National Parks Ferry. Once you arrive on the island, you are totally on your own as there is no food, water, bug spray, transportation to really see the island except what...More

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Reviewed 8 September 2017 via mobile

I am so glad that my wife and I made the time to visit Cumberland Island. I'm especially glad that we decided to take the lands and legacies tour. Mike, the guide, is a marvelous storyteller. He delivers the island's history as if you are...More

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Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

September 2nd. Elizabeth was great. Maybe under the weather that day noticed having to clear her throat often. There was 10 of us in the group. We seen turkeys, a racoon, several types of birds and ferrel horses through out the island. Its a shame...More

1  Thank Heidilee1967
Reviewed 4 September 2017

We were a group of six long time friends on our first visit to Cumberland Island. A friend recommended this tour. And we are so happy she did. The lsland is wonderful but without knowledge of the incredible history a visitor here would miss a...More

1  Thank Tom D
Reviewed 31 August 2017

Our first thought was we can just get the ferry and explore on foot, and not pay the money for the tour. Well THANK GOODNESS we changed our minds, due to the weather that day. There is no way to get the flavor and history...More

Thank kmm8992
Reviewed 26 August 2017

If you're going in the height of summer, don't even think about walking this island. However, even in cooler weather, I can't imagine you can cover the distance or get the true history of this island without going on this tour. It might seem pricey...More

Thank Janice D
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joanputrino
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Response from coco5259 | Reviewed this property |
I gave the tour 5 stars
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rcrsteph
25 March 2017|
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Response from Elaine H | Reviewed this property |
I suspect they would not.
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Gail C
24 May 2016|
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Response from Sharyn S |
There are no paved roads on Cumberland. It is all packed sand. The tour is bumpy on the northern end of the island due to tree roots. You do have to do the whole tour once onboard. If your primary goal is to see the horses... More
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