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 Sea life from Sting ray to Jelly Fish, dolphins to sea turtles.
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Paddle along the Waccamaw River and the surrounding creeks through forests, shaded in beautiful bald cypress trees also draped in Spanish moss. slow currents allow for mirror like conditions on the water, for those who like taking photos, we encourage it.
This Murrells Inlet kayak tour guides you through the creeks of the salt marsh to a semi private beach connected to the inlet’s jetties. The total paddle time is 2 to 2.5 hours plus 1.5 leisure time on the beach for discovery.
Enjoy an evening kayak tour, complete with paddling out near the jetty, strolling on the beach, and watching sun set over the mainland and the Full Moon rise over the ocean.
Join the Huntington Beach State Park naturalist for a two-hour paddle around the salt marsh and learn about its ecosystem and the animals that reside there. You will see many beautiful birds and possible alligators, dolphin and sea turtles.
Enjoy a Cypress Forest experience made even more special by a walk through the longleaf pine sand hills that cover Sandy Island. You will experience multiple ecosystems during the walk.
Our fishing kayaks let you go where the big fish are, in very shallow creeks and inlets where power boats can’t go! Visit the best saltwater fishing spots in the area.
Paddle through a prehistoric Cypress Forest on the Waccamaw River past a variety of wildlife from birds to alligators and jumping fish. See trees highly adapted to their ecosystem and