Paddle along the Waccamaw River and the surrounding creeks and Cypress Swamps, shaded by beautiful cypress trees draped in Spanish moss.
Guided Kayak Eco-Tours • Kayak Fishing Trips
Covid-19 Precautions for Guided Kayak EcoTours
In order to keep you and our employees safe, we will take several additional steps for your kayak tour:
- All of our tours are now private, since it is difficult to practice Social Distancing with a larger group. This means that you will be the only guests.
- All of our equipment will be sanitized before and after the tour with a product approved for Covid-19.
- We will be practicing Social Distancing on your Kayak EcoTour. This means that you will need to be able to climb in and out of the kayak on your own, on a gentle beach launch. Once you are in the kayak, we will push the kayak into the water.
Paddle through the Murrells Inlet Salt Marsh and experience the wonders of this amazing ecosystem, seeing a variety of wildlife along the way. This is the best tour for guests interested in seeing birds, with a possibility of dolphins and sea turtles.
- 2 Hours Duration 2 Hours
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Discover Myrtle Beach
The Myrtle Beach area is much more than a great beach. There is a whole different world waiting just a few miles inland along the rivers, creeks, and marshes of the South Carolina Lowcountry. A 15-minute drive from downtown Myrtle Beach and you’re kayaking on the Waccamaw River: A beautiful, black water river with towering cypress trees draped in Spanish moss, warblers singing in the brush, and swallow-tailed kites circling overhead (not to mention snakes and alligators).
Come on a kayaking tour in Myrtle Beach with Black River Outdoors, and let one of our amazing and entertaining guides show you a side of the Grand Strand that most visitors to our enchanting area miss completely.