Experience the Georgia Coast

To experience nature in its pure beauty is a real gift and something that brings us joy to share with others. We connect people to nature by exploring lodging options along the Georgia coast where you will feel removed from the more hectic ways of life and immersed in nature's raw state... the way it should be. We invite you to share in what we call 'real magic.'

Come learn about Sapelo Island and experience the culture of the Gullah Geechee. The legacy of African Cultures is strongly represented by the Sapelo community. Tour ancient Native American ruins that date back to the Late Archaic Period (4,200 to 3,000 years ago) and learn about the fascinating history of Sapelo Island.


Darien, GA,
Escape the hustle of everyday life and discover tranquility. Situated among a diverse ecosystem unique only to the coast of Georgia, the Blue Heron not only embodies the magic of nature at its nest but a perfect segway to discovering the hidden treasures of the Georgia coast.

The house features 6 bedrooms, 5 of them with king beds and one with two double beds, private ensuite, cable TV, and balcony view over the marsh. A large kitchen opens up to a dining and living room with plenty of space for entertainment.

Travel time is less than 5 hours from Atlanta, GA, and less than a 45min drive from Savannah, GA.

Many of our guests stay here so that they can take day trips over to Sapelo Island or tour the historic Altamaha Scenic Byway nearby.

Eagle's Nest


Sapelo Island, GA,
For the more adventurous traveler, we offer a comfortable
beach house on Sapelo Island. Sleep 8 easily in this spacious open plan house with a large covered porch.

Explore the open beaches of this magnificent island paradise. A visit to Sapelo will require a 45min ferry ride and guests need to bring all their own groceries. The small convenience store on Sapelo is only open a couple of hours a day and not every day.

There are no services on the island. Sporadic if any cellphone reception. Wi-fi is mostly available at the house.

"Georgiaโ€™s distinctive coastal area is so unique that conservation is a priorityโ€”regionally, nationallyโ€”even globally." The Nature Conservancy


Sapelo Island is a barrier island that is part of the Coastal Georgia Islands between Savannah and St. Marys river and is only accessible via passenger ferry. On the island, dozens of historical, recreational, and educational opportunities await visitors. Popular island attractions include the Reynolds Mansion, the National Estuarine Research Reserve Visitors Center, and Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary.