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Little Tybee Island Beach

A pure, uninhabited nature preserve, accessible only by boat, “Little” Tybee Island is actually more than twice Tybee Island’s size.

This wilderness gem showcases rich coastal salt marshes, pristine beaches, natural dunes and subtropical forests of live oak, pine, and palm. Wildlife includes the egret, heron, white ibis and the endangered woodstork. Roseate spoonbills, ospreys and bald eagles are also often seen.

Kayak tours and charters are popular ways to see Little Tybee. Camping is allowed on Little Tybee for those looking to spend more time on the uninhabited island.