Go fish for as long as you rent, from 4 to 8 hours. Try night fishing for shark, Gulfstream fishing or deepsea. Tuna, Marlin, Barracuda or Shark. They also do cocktail cruises with a max of 24 people. Looks like max of 12 on fishing trips.
Evening shark trip.........3 hours .....$500 up to 6 people and $50 per person up to max of 12.
$175 up to 6 people and $50 per person up to a max of 24.
By the FAKE Lighthouse
This restaurant is in Sea Pines, so you have to pay a toll to get in to eat there which I refuse to do. I have not eaten here, but it reportedly has a good view of the water. I took the picture when we took the island tour from the museum Review says: "This is one of the best places to watch Hilton Head's famed sunsets. A typical menu of burgers, fried shrimp, crab cakes, pasta with seafood, and peel and eat shrimp is available, but we recommend sticking to a light appetizer to nibble with your drink while you watch the sun go down and listen to music on the patio.
Food Rating: C- Overall Rating: B- (A for the sunset)
Hilton Head Island
Hilton Head Island is a rare gem of a town. You don't get that tourist feeling here that spoils your trip. It's much easier to feel at home here, because it's simply a very comfortable place. The beaches are near pristine, the afternoon thunderstorms are refreshing, and the possibilities are endless. It's hard to find people who are actually from the island, but you'll definitely meet a lot of out of towners.
The building codes on this island are awesome in that nothing can be too tall or too flashy. Everything kind of "blends" with nature here. There's so much to do: jetskiing, fishing, and GOLFING. There are tons of nice places to shop during the day, and there are great restaurants to be found, too! I think I could come here every year for all my life......
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