There’s a slew of reasons to come to one of Exclusive Properties’ SC vacation rentals, whether it’s a luxury house on Isle of Palms or a Folly Beach house Charleston. There’s the beach, of course (it is a Charleston BEACH house, after all)… the culture and charm of Charleston, the history, fine cuisine, friendly locals, great shopping, countless special events and festivals.
Then, there’s also the natural beauty of the Lowcountry – the flora (Charleston gardens!) and the fascinating fauna.
The longer I live here, the more impressed I am with the variety and beauty of the creatures who inhabit this part of the world. The first time you encounter an alligator close up in the wild, it’s a thrill. Same goes for watching a line of brown pelicans sail overhead on the beach, looking like something out of Jurassic Park. And of course, then there are the beloved loggerheads.
This area – the ACE Basin, to be exact – is also one of the busiest “thoroughfares” of bird migration. You can observe more than 265 species of resident or migratory birds.
It’s also a hotbed of butterfly activity. Just in the last few days I’ve noticed a tremendous spike in the number of butterflies fluttering around here on the IOP, near Isle of Palms vacation rentals.
If you are here in one of our beach house rentals Charleston SC this week, there are a couple events worth noting.
Wednesday, September 9th – THE INCREDIBLE MONARCH
This is a lecture by a real expert in the field. Here’s the scoop from our friends at The Charleston Audubon and Natural History Society:
So keep an eye to the sky, you never know what’s flying or fluttering overhead. And remember to contact Exclusive Properties. Our rental homes South Carolina – namely, our Isle of Palms luxury rentals – are the best around.
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