Things to Do at Pawleys Island: Guided Tours

Carolina Safari Jeep Tours
Pick Up at Most Resorts,Myrtle Beach
(843) 497 – 5330
Get Wild about Wildlive!  Travel to exciting ecosystems:  the salt marsh, cypress swamp & fresh water.  See the egret, great blue heron, american bald eagle, osprey, wood stork & ibis.

Coastal Exploration
Huntington Beach State Park,Pawleys Island
(843) 237 – 4440
This series will give you  the opportunity to explore the mysteries of the Carolina coast as park naturalists lead you into the fascinating worlds of wildlife, ecology and history.  You can study the diverse ecology of a salt marsh, get an up-close look at an american alligator, use a seine net to collect some of the unusual sea creatures that inhabit the Atlantic Ocean or tour the Huntington’s castle, Atalaya.

Dolphin Watch
Capt. Dicks,Murrells Inlet
(843) 651 – 3676
The dolphin watch goes aboard the “OSPREY” a high-speed rigid aluminum inflatable vessel well suited for dolphin watching. Tour emphasizes the ecology, wildlife, and beauty of the coast. The cruise host will talk to you about dolphins in the wild and explain the search methods while looking for other things such as Osprey, Egrets, Herons, and Eagles. Remember, this is a fun and adventure trip on the ocean for all ages, so sunscreen and sunglasses are a good idea. You could get wet from the wave spray so dress comfortably.

Island Shelling Adventure
Capt. Dick’s,Murrells Inlet
(843) 651 – 3676
This is a one of a kind adventure to your own private palm covered beach. Enjoy a thrilling ride down the beautiful South Carolina coast to a pristine undeveloped beach. Then hop on our unique kayaks to take a short paddle to the beach for shell collecting, beach combing, or just kick’n back. Approximately 4 ½ hours with refreshments and all equipment included. NO OTHER TOUR GOES WHERE WE DO!

Lowcountry Plantation Tours
711 Front Street,Georgetown
(843) 477 – 0287
Plantation River Tours, Lighthouse & Shell Island Tour, & Ghost Story & Harbor Tours.

Ocean Sightseeing
Capt. Dick’s,Murrells Inlet
(843) 651 – 3676
Departing from historic Murrells Inlet, passing through the tranquil natural beauty of a saltwater marsh, out into the majestic Atlantic Ocean. You will cruise up the shoreline of the Grand Strand, seeing the Myrtle Beach skyline from the ocean, watching the sunset at sea – returning with the sights of the lights from the shore. A memorable event for the entire family. Experience the extraordinary view of the grand strand from the ocean, it’s piers, hotels, beach homes, and pavilions, from the decks of our modern cruise vessels. Departing from Murrells Inlet, “The Seafood Capital of South Carolina.” Wave to all the Strand’s visitors as you pass them by on your way to a glorious sunset at sea! Approximately 2 Hours.

Old South Carriage Tours
2 Anson Street in The Market,Charleston
(843) 723 – 9712
Tour the historic streets of Downtown Charleston by horse drawn carriage!

Saltwater Marsh Explorer
Capt. Dick’s,McClellanville
(866) 557 – 3474
DISCOVER the amazing collection of plants, animals, birds and marine life that make up the best example in nature of a complete Ecosystem. Not an artificial environment like a zoo or aquarium, this is the real thing. Our discover tour is interactive. Various nets and dredges are employed to retrieve specimens from beneath the water. Specimens go into onboard touch-tanks where they can be seen, observed and when appropriate touched and held. All living specimens are returned to the water. There’s also a fishing demonstration and a beach walk along a barrier island not accessible by car. An added bonus- not every trip, but frequently we encounter bottle nosed dolphins (FLIPPER) on our tours, a real treat. All Explorer vessels are rest room equipped.

SpiritLine Harbor Tour
205 King Street, Suite 204,Charleston
(843) 722 – 2628
Come discover the history, beauty and fun of cruising Charleston Harbor…perfect whether you’re a history buff, or just want to enjoy the water!

Tours of Hobcaw Barony
Hobcaw Barony,Georgetown
(843) 546 – 4623
This three hour van tour requires little walking but includes highlights of Hobcaw’s history. Once eleven plantations, the property was bought in 1905-07 by Bernard Baruch, native South Carolinian and Wall Street financier. At this winter retreat he and other millionaires hunted ducks, deer and wild turkeys throughout the 17,500 acres. The van stops for a tour inside his 1930 mansion that played host to politicians, generals and newspapermen as well as Winston Churchill and President Franklin Roosevelt.

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