Daufuskie Island is an attractive vacation destination for its unspoiled natural surroundings, colorful character and pristine, uncrowded beaches. It is one of the last remaining places on the south east coast where horseback riding on the beach is allowed, and where the vast majority of the island is accessible by horseback. In many cases, especially after Hurricane Matthew, the most beautiful places on Daufuskie Island are accessible on foot or by horseback alone. Riding horses on the beaches of Daufuskie Island should be a bucket list thing for all equestrians. We will be offering a variety of guided horseback riding tours beginning Summer 2018. In the meantime and available now, you can stay at the charming Hinson White Cottage, where there are overnight accommodations for your horses, too. When you book through Airbnb to stay at the Hinson White Cottage, a portion of your proceeds goes to Preservation South Carolina and Daufuskie Marsh Tacky Society, so you can feel good about spending that extra night on the island.