Harris Neck Tours


"Power properly understood is nothing but the ability to achieve purpose." ~ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

  • Tours led by a Harris Neck descendant

  • Listen to the amazing 250-year history

  • Hear the Mende song that links the African American people of Harris Neck to the very village in Sierra Leone from which their ancestors were taken

  • Enjoy storytelling, Gullah cuisine, and the art and crafts work of local artisans

  • Experience this birding and naturalist's paradise 

Come, listen to the 250-year history, as told by an African American Harris Neck descendant being escorted through this incredibly beautiful coastal area.

Keepers of the song - Mary Moran (center) and granddaughter Jarette Moran (left) of Georgia sing the Mende song with Baindu Jabati (right) in the Village of Senehun Ngola, Sierra Leone.

We Are Easily Accessible
  • Harris Neck is a peninsula, 40 miles south of Savannah in McIntosh County, one of the last unspoiled areas of the south eastern coast.  Since 1962 Harris Neck has been a National Wildlife Refuge, but its significant history dates back to the rice-growing plantation's of the late 1700's.

To Book a Tour or For More Information, Call McIntosh SEED: 912.437.7821