Tours led by a Harris Neck descendantListen to the amazing 250-year historyHear the Mende song that links the African American people of Harris Neck to
the very village in Sierra Leone from which their ancestors were takenEnjoy storytelling, Gullah cuisine, and the art and crafts work of local artisansExperience this birding and naturalist's paradise
Harris Neck Tours
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.