About the Golden Isles CVB

Our Mission: To promote the Golden Isles - St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Jekyll Island, Little St. Simons Island and the port city of Brunswick - to become a nationally recognized resort destination. To advocate for the best quality visitor experience and to protect the economic sustainability of the community.

The Golden Isles Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is the official destination marketing organization dedicated to promoting tourism in Glynn County, Georgia. The Golden Isles CVB also oversees the operation and maintenance of two Welcome Centers in Glynn County: the I-95 southbound Welcome Center and the St. Simons Island Pier Village Welcome Center. Learn more about Golden Isles Welcome Centers.

The administrative offices of the Golden Isles Convention and Visitors Bureau are on St. Simons Island, GA, located at the following address:

529 Beachview Drive
St. Simons Island, GA 31522

Phone: 912-638-9014
Toll free: 800-933-2627

Website Revisions

Our top priority is providing you the most correct and up-to-date information, please let us know if you find any errors or broken links to our website. We welcome your suggestions regarding our new site.

The Golden Isles Convention & Visitors Bureau (GICVB) is a destination marketing organization that strives to promote and share the Golden Isles. The material and information contained on this website is for general information purposes only. Despite our best efforts to keep our website information current and accurate, we cannot guarantee our content. GICVB is not liable for any loss or damage caused by your decision to act or rely upon the information provided from our website, including but not limited to information used to find lodging, food, wedding and event venues, and/or entertainment. The businesses and activities included on our website are responsible for complying with appropriate local, state, and federal regulations for their industry and for providing applicable insurance coverage. The GICVB is not responsible if there is a delay in your contracted services, lodging, or entertainment, nor is it liable for the content and hyperlinks contained on third-party resources. We apologize but cannot be responsible for problems visitors may face due to any technical fault and/or viruses or malware that may infect a user’s computer after visiting our website or its links. 

Our Environmental Commitment

The Golden Isles Convention and Visitors Bureau, along with our local organizations, is dedicated to protecting the environment in which we live, work and play. We encourage you to learn more about our environmental commitment and support our partners dedicated to keeping the Golden Isles beautiful.

Organizations dedicated to protecting the environment:

4-H Tidelands Nature Center


Tidelands Nature Center offers hands-on marine environmental science programs for the general public and school groups.

Georgia Bight Shorebird Conservation Initiative

This organization strives to create a holistic culture of shorebird conservation to ensure the region continues to provide the resources necessary to sustain shorebirds throughout the year.


One Hundred Miles


The mission of One Hundred Miles is to preserve, protect and enhance Georgia’s 100-mile coast.

Altamaha Riverkeepers


The Altamaha Riverkeeper is a grassroots organization dedicated to the protection, defense and restoration of Georgia’s biggest river, the Altamaha, including its tributaries the Ocmulgee, the Oconee and the Ohoopee. 

Coastal Georgia Department of Natural Resources


The Coastal Resources Division is the state agency entrusted to manage Georgia’s coastal marshes, beaches, waters and marine fisheries resources for the benefit of present and future generations. 

Driftwood Education Center


Driftwood Education Center’s mission is to cultivate a personal responsibility and awareness of for our aquatic ecosystems.  It is the hope of Driftwood Education Center that participants will become responsible members of their community and continue to have a lasting desire to care for and preserve their aquatic resources.

Georgia Sea Grant


Georgia Sea Grant supports local research, education and outreach to bring a balanced approach towards land use, economic development and ecosystem health on Georgia’s coast.

Georgia Sea Turtle Center 


Through sea turtle rehabilitation, research and education programs, the Georgia Sea Turtle Center will increase awareness of habitat and wildlife conservation challenges, promote responsibility for ecosystem health and empower individuals to act locally, regionally, and globally to protect the environment.

Jekyll Island Authority


Conservation is a central pillar of the Jekyll Island Authority's mission - from protecting nesting loggerhead turtles and dune systems to preserving the integrity of the tidal marshes and everything in between. The JIA's Conservation Program mission is to preserve and enhance the island's natural bounty while providing nature-based educational and recreational opportunities. 

Keep Golden Isles Beautiful


Keep Golden Isles Beautiful’s vision is to be litter free, to have 100% participation in recycling and to create a clean and beautiful community through citizen involvement and education.

Know the Connection


At DNR’s Coastal Resources Division, a key priority is working with and studying the connection of individuals and communities and their natural world around them.  

Little St. Simons Island


On Little St. Simons Island, a profound commitment to conservation and preservation is a way of life, touching every facet of the Island and guiding its daily operation.

Nature Conservancy


The Nature Conservancy works in the most critical places and has helped  protect almost 300,000 acres, safeguard the rivers that traverse our state and care for our envied coast.

St. Simons Land Trust


The St. Simons Land Trust is dedicated to preserving St. Simons' natural and scenic character, as well as enhancing the quality of life of the island community for present and future generations.

University of Georgia Marine Extension Service


The Brunswick Station of the UGA Marine Extension Service addresses pressing issues on the coast using applied research, outreach, and education programs focused on water quality, fisheries and seafood, and sustainable land use.