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Continue south on Route 17 before turning left onto Highway 174, the live oak-lined road to Edisto Island. On this tranquil island, without a single traffic light, the most visible commerce for miles might be a roadside stand run by Gullah women—descendants of the Low Country's first black inhabitants—weaving and selling coiled sweetgrass baskets. Stop at the Serpentarium ( ) to see reptiles from the region and beyond in low-walled enclosures (not behind glass) for optimal viewing. Photos, old farm implements, and a reconstructed plantation room relate the island's past at the tiny Edisto Island Museum ( ). Eventually, Highway 174 loops around a quiet beach, a favorite of shell collectors; the southern end, where the ocean meets the South Edisto River, boasts the best sunset views.

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