One of only six locations in the United States where feral horses can be found, the roughly 200 wild horses on Cumberland Island, Georgia have been there since the 1700s. These equines make up much of the unique charm of this island as they wander unmolested throughout the island delighting visitors.
We went to Cumberland Island National Seashore taking a ferry from St. Marys, Georgia with staff members of L’Arche Rainbow Workshop from Jacksonville, Florida. We hiked to Sea Camp Beach to have a great yoga class under the sun. – Flor Lepervanche Crossing the dunes from Sea Camp to the beach. Welcome to Sea Camp Beach See more photos in Cumberland Island: Google Photos Cumberland Island 2018