Events and Programs
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3-NIGHT ALL-INCLUSIVE PACKAGE: $2,625

Package rates include lodging, three meals daily prepared by our chefs, non-alcoholic beverages, all Island activities including guided Naturalist excursions and use of recreation gear as well as boat transfers to and from the island.

Space is limited, so call 888-733-5774 between 9:00am and 5:00pm ET daily or email: lodge@littlessi.com to check availability.

Activities

Fieldwork with researchers: observe and assist working researchers at your leisure

Fishing: for local fish (if sharks are caught, you can assist in tagging and data gathering by researchers)

Naturalist-led adventures(ie. Kayaking, safari excursions, hiking, birding, history excursions)

Presentations and activities after dinner

TERMS & CONDITIONS

All rates are for double occupancy in The Hunting Lodge, River Lodge, Cedar House or Helen House. The Tom House and Michael Cottage rates are higher.  An additional adult in the same room is $200 per night and children under 12 are $100 per night. An 18% service charge plus applicable taxes will be added to the above rates. 

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Shark Days

Field Studies

Many shark species rely on coastal waters for the role they provide as nursery habitat. Georgia’s coast has been consistently studied as a pupping ground since the late 1990s; However, there is still much to uncover about the lives and movements of the nearly a dozen shark species which inhabit this region. Further research is important to better understand and protect these creatures.

Observations on Little St. Simons Island have led researchers to discover that the surrounding waters are a nursery for the Lemon Shark (Negaprion brevirostris) and other species. Join us for Shark Days to help biologists catch, tag, and release sharks for long term monitoring studies, and learn about the species which call the Atlantic coast home through special activities and presentations.

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