Kiawah Island: A Natural Edge on Successful Meetings

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Discover a natural edge for successful team meetings along the captivating Carolina coast.

At Kiawah Island Golf Resort, we invite you to inspire your group with exciting recreational and team-building adventures amid lush beauty and unfiltered surroundings. Connect with each other and nature as you explore the island’s exquisite ecosystem with naturalist-guided tours ranging from bird walks through maritime forests and dolphin encounters aboard our eco-tour boat to paddleboarding and cycling along the shore.

Locally Sourced Menus

Through relationships forged with local farmers, fishermen, and food and beverage purveyors, The Kiawah Dining Collection offers a diverse array of menus that highlight the abundance of ingredients traditionally harvested throughout the South Carolina Lowcountry. With 14 restaurants, cafés, and eateries, local flavors can be found from decadent milkshakes made with locally-sourced ice cream at Beaches & Cream at The Sanctuary to sustainable seafood using fresh local catches as part of The Atlantic Room’s commitment to the South Carolina Good Catch initiative. Guests can even take in sunset views while enjoying a pint of Ocean Course Ale brewed specially for the resort on neighboring Johns Island.

Accommodations Nestled in Nature

Stays at Kiawah Island Golf Resort leave guests not only restful and relaxed, but also feeling at one with nature. Rooms in The Sanctuary offer stunning views overlooking the vast Atlantic or the island’s enchanting maritime forest, while Resort Villas and Homes seamlessly blend in with their subtropical surroundings. Resident wildlife such as white-tailed deer, osprey, herons, bald eagles, and loggerhead sea turtles are routinely spotted.

Audubon Certified Golf Courses

Each of the resort’s five championship golf courses are certified by Audubon International as Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries. When designing the famed Ocean Course, Pete Dye paid unwavering homage to environmental stewardship. With the island’s resources in mind, the course was built so that irrigation water is recaptured and filtered through to the wetlands that surround the playing corridors. Out-of-bounds areas grow lush with low-maintenance native foliage. The course offers endless allure, boasting the most seaside holes in North America, with sea breezes and unobstructed landscape views from each one.

A Natural Connection

We invite you and your associates to become immersed in the island’s unforgettable setting as you move from meeting spaces to leisure activities and restful evenings. From wide stretches of beautiful beaches to ancient moss-draped oaks, Kiawah Island Golf Resort is the ultimate destination to unwind and breathe in the scenic vistas and charm of the South Carolina coast.

CONTACT
Marty Couch
T: 844-958-0670
E: marty_couch@kiawahresort.com
W: MeetatKiawah.com

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