Come enjoy all the fun activities and vacation adventures that the Coasts of North Carolina & South Carolina and beautiful Savannah, GA have to offer. Please start by selecting a town or area from the left menu. Once you have selected a town you will see the activity list on the right side will become active.
Carolina Local Businesses
Tybee Island Charters:
For over two decades we have fished the area's tidal waters and deep seas off the coast of Tybee Island, GA. We offer inshore charter boat fishing for red drum, flounder, and speckled sea trout. Our deep sea sport fishing charters lead us to dolphin fish, snapper and grouper. All fishing charters include bait, tackle, and ice, as well as the Georgia fishing license. We also offer nature / Eco tours that can be customized for naturalists, photographers, or those who simply want to enjoy our eco tour, filled with native wildlife, birding, shelling, observing Bottlenose Dolphin frolicking in the surf or, beach combing. You can also enjoy a picnic on Little Tybee, a nature tour with a gourmet twist. For something special, enjoy a four course dinner extravaganza while anchored in protective waters or a multi-day Intracoastal Waterway tour.
Charleston and surrounding waters provide numerous areas to fish. You can fish the Charleston back water flats, rivers, harbors, bays, creeks, ICW, Charleston Jetties, and numerous near shore reefs. Most areas can be reached within 15 minutes or less to provide more fishing time. The boats draft less than 10 inches of water, which is great for stalking red fish in skinny water. Capt. John is sponsored by Quantum Fishing rods and reels, RipTide Baits, Ross fly-fishing Reels, and Maui Jim Sunglasses, and provides the newest and best available for your fishing pleasure. All tackle, bait, ice, fishing license, and photography are provided. Affinity Charters is Charleston’s finest inshore and fly fishing charter service. All guided trips are private and custom, so they cater to each client’s goals, wants, and skill level.
Rover Boat Tours:
Absolutely the best, most relaxing and carefree way to experience the historic, unspoiled Lowcountry nature surrounding Georgetown and Winyah Bay! Reclined in the shade, feeling the gentle sea breeze blowing across the deck of the Rover, you'll be able to learn about the nature and history of one of America's oldest settled areas. Enjoy dolphins or a sea turtle alongside while overhead gulls, herons and egrets dance on the wind. Far downriver, the Rover will put you ashore on an unsettled barrier island by the mouth of Winyah Bay, where the historic Winyah Bay Lighthouse overlooks the deserted beaches of North Island allowing you to search for seashells, while experiencing the unequaled beauty of the riverine ecosystem, a place where river meets sea.
Old Exchange Building:
The Old Exchange is a ‘must-see’ for all Charleston visitors. During your visit, you will discover this building's integral role in our country’s quest for independence and its important service to our young nation. History comes alive as Colonial dressed guides talk about extraordinary events of Charles Town. In 1718 an associate of Blackbeard, Stede Bonnet “The Gentleman Pirate” and his crew were imprisoned at this location. Completed in 1771, the Old Exchange Building is recognized today as South Carolina's most historic building. Where the US Constitution was ratified and George Washington was entertained. While many of the historic buildings in Charleston are residences and focus on prominent families of the city, the Old Exchange began its existence as a public building and remains so today.
Offering two-hour guided kayak tours in the creeks and marshes around Edisto, Our guides are naturalists who can help you identify what you see and give you a truly educational experience. A kayaking tour in the ACE Basin is wonderful for bird-watching, dolphin-watching, fresh air and great exercise... a true eco tour. We provide the gear, You provide enthusiasm! We also offer offshore and inshore fishing charters and alligator sightseeing cruises. Fishing trips include everything you need except food & drink including rods, tackle, and bait. Try a shelling excursion to Otter Island! Enjoy three hours on a deserted island in the heart of the ACE Basin where you're likely to see bottle nosed dolphins on the trip over and back. Or get out on a paddleboard rental and cruise on your own.
Water Bug Tours:
Waterbug Tours offers narrated history and wildlife cruises from the historic Beaufort, North Carolina waterfront. On this 45-60 minute cruise, you’ll discover nature’s beauty, see Beaufort’s landmarks and learn about our local lore. We will cruise along the calm waters of Beaufort, Taylor's Creek and the Rachel Carson Reserve in search of our wild ponies... along the way it's common for us to see dolphins, sea turtles and a variety of other wildlife. Our waters are full of surprises and this memorable cruise will undoubtedly be the highlight of your vacation! All Tours are led by USCG-licensed captains with extensive local knowledge. Interested in a sunset cruise? Come experience some of the most spectacular sunsets on the Crystal Coast of North Carolina! It's an amazing experience right here on Beaufort's waterfront.