Golden Isles 2017 Visitor Guide Page 8 Discover the Golden Isles

8 2017 Official Visitor Guide DISCOVER (800) 933-2627 Accessible only by boat, Little St. Simons Island is a privately owned barrier island just off the coast of St. Simons Island. Known for its seclusion, The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island features six charming cottages that can host a total of 32 guests. An ideal destination for a private getaway, family reunion or small gathering, Little St. Simons Island offers guests a host of recreational activities led by a team of talented Naturalists. These include nature walks through ancient maritime forests, canoeing and kayaking in the creeks and river that surround the island and fishing, bicycling and beachcombing on the miles of sandy beach. Located on the Atlantic Migratory Flyway, the bird watching at one of six bird towers or blinds is spectacular for avid and casual birders alike. Seven miles of shell-strewn beaches and 11,000 acres of undeveloped wilderness beckon guests to explore and discover this extraordinary natural sanctuary-among the last of its kind anywhere. Visits to The Lodge are all-inclusive of accommodations, boat transfers to and from the island, three meals daily, all activities including Naturalist-led excursions and use of all recreation equipment. Little St. Simons Island is committed to sustainability, which is exemplified through the Lodge's delicious family-style, seed-to- table meals. Fruits, vegetables and herbs are grown in the island's organic garden and combined with fresh local seafood and other farm fresh local ingredients to create memorable dining experiences. The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island has received much acclaim including: "#1 in the Top 20 Resorts in the South, #5 in the Top 10 Best Resorts in the U.S. and #49 in the Top 50 Best Resorts in the World" by Cond Nast Traveler's Readers' Choice Awards 2016, "Gold List" by Cond Nast Traveler 2013, "Adventure Bucket List" by Outside Magazine 2013, "Certificate of Excellence" by TripAdvisor 2011-2015 and "No. 1 Resort in the Mainland U.S." by Cond Nast Traveler's Readers' Choice Awards 2007. Little St. Simons Island

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