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The Lowcountry is home to beaches, marshes, river ways and islands just waiting to be explored. If you're still dying to catch a dolphin sighting or see all of the creatures that call the rich estuaries home, these eco tours are for you.
Stroll miles of garden trails, paddle cypress swamp, relax in a greenhouse with butterflies & flowers, discover native & exotic reptile exhibits & the freshwater aquarium.
Let Coastal Expeditions share the secrets of the salt marsh with you on a kayak safari or boat tour! Dolphins, manatees, oysters, pelicans. Shem Creek, IOP, Kiawah & Bulls Is.
Recommended by National Geographic, COA is located on pristine waters. Enjoy history, dolphins, & waterfowl via kayak, SUP & boat adventures. Top-rated Tripadvisor activity.
Historic horse and mule drawn carriage tours
Largest capacity catamaran north of Ft. Lauderdale! Explore uninhabited barrier islands. Learn about dolphin, turtles, shorebirds & the natural history of our rich estuaries.
Wildlife activities include guided dolphin encounters, alligator excursions and world-class birdwatching.
Charleston’s Best Kayak, Paddleboard and Boat Tours
Educational programs and flight demonstrations, followed by walking tours. Programs offered Thursday, Friday and Saturdays at 10:30am. 16 miles from downtown.
The history, nature and water of Charleston all in one! Kayak & paddleboard tours, rentals & lessons. Great for first timers and serious paddlers alike. Reservations required.
“Simply delightful!” -NYTheatre.com
Naturalist guided boat excursions to Capers Island Preserve. Sunset dolphin cruise, family fun day & beachside cookouts aboard our 6, 16, or 49 passenger boats.
Explore the "Galapagos of the Eastern Seaboard" on this boat ecotour & island adventure! Dolphins, alligators, sea turtles, hiking, shelling. Don't miss this hidden gem.
Come and explore Morris Island and go shelling with our naturalist. Learn while exploring Charleston’s Harbor marine life. 45 ft. Catamaran, USCG-certified for 49 people.
From the wooded uplands to the beaches, animals thrive in the rich natural environment of Kiawah Island.
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