There is no island in South Carolina named Gullah Island. Gullah is a culture that is associated with the Lowcountry area of South Carolina. The Gullah people of the Lowcountry and coastal areas of South Carolina are culturally the most distinctive African American population in the United States. The Gullah language, spoken by some of the Lowcountry African Americans, is a combination of King’s English, American English, and an African dialect. The Gullah culture is most prevalent in the Lowcountry area of South Carolina around Charleston, Beaufort, and the surrounding islands and towns.