Only by boat.
Daufuskie is the southernmost sea island in the Carolinas –five miles by three, it is 5,000 acres virtually untouched by man. Water surrounds – the Atlantic, Calibogue Sound and the Cooper River. Civilization has thankfully been kept at bay. Connections are to the sea and one another. Little has changed since 1664, when English sea captain William Hilton wrote in his log, “The air is clear and sweet, the country pleasant … all that want a happy settlement would be well transported hither.”