Wispy Spanish moss adorning the oak trees. Horse-drawn carriages that plod down quaint cobbled paths. Pastel Antebellum houses. It’s easy to see why Charleston’s picturesque charm draws visitors and residents from afar. Beyond its darling façade, the city had a tumultuous Civil War history and kicks it up a notch with an upbeat bar scene and kickin’ cuisine. Let Charleston’s many charms win you over.
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Sipping libations while painting the night away? What else could be more fun with the girls! Bring our your tipsy artist in this super-fun activity with your friends. All art supplies are included and great wine and beer are available for purchase in this class.
For a fun and relaxing day, hop aboard one of our private charters and join our captain to discover the best fishing holes in the Lowcountry! Inshore fishing is great year-round and you can expect to catch different local species such as red drum/redfish/spot tail bass, black drum, spotted sea trout, flounder, sheepshead, and shark. All charters charters are private and we strive to make each trip special for everyone in your group. We proudly practice a catch and release program that is optional to all anglers. Get ready for a pleasant afternoon of fishing.
Anyone can find fossils if you know how and where to look. That’s where we we come in! Cruise through the marshland out to the uninhabited beachfront of Morris Island where you be led on a beach hike by an expert naturalist who will help you unearth prehistoric fossils from millions of years ago. Your guide will discuss fossils, why they are prevalent in this area, and what type of fossils you can expect to find. You will be shown the best places to find a variety of giant shark teeth from species like megalodon, mako, great white, and tiger shark…plus an assortment of fossils from marine mammals, sea turtles, marine fish and Ice Age creatures like tapir, sloth, llama, bison, horse, saber-toothed cats, mammoth, and mastodon. The guide will identify your fossil finds as you create your very own personal collection. Approx 4 hrs.
xplore the winding creeks and marshes of the Lowcountry from your very own kayak. This leisurely ride will take you through the saltwater estuary behind Folly Beach, yielding the opportunity to see a variety of wildlife like pelicans, crabs, and even dolphins. An experienced local guide will lead you through breathtaking coastal waterways, all while discussing local ecosystems and the surrounding wildlife. Unwind and relax with your group as you paddle on the wild side of Charleston. 2 hrs.
Experience first-hand the Gullah Culture, the unique culture of West-African slave descendants who inhabiti this region. This is the only Lowcountry plantation which presents a live performance, both entertaining and educational. Join us as history comes alive in the Gullah Theater of Boone Hall Plantation.
Join us on a walk through history – beyond mansions, gardens, and beautiful side streets but to the stories that lie beneath. Starting off with the founding of the city, your guide will help you relive the colonial days and the city’s progression. We dive deep into the Revolutionary History. Uncommonly known, Charleston had the first decisive victory of the Revolutionary War, the first American Flag to be flown, and our very own tea party in the harbor! We also voted in a president before George Washington. Beneath our charm, Charleston is quite rebellious. Continuing onwards, you’ll hear Charleston’s key role in the Civil War and many more secrets that are sure to entertain. Approx 2 hrs.
Experience the stories of bygone Charleston that you simply won’t find written in the pages of history. Walk among the echoes of lords and generals to unfortunately duel victims; the legends of pirates, the persecution of slaves, and more dark and harrowing stories. As you weave through the gas-lit streets of Charleston, the tragedies will slowly be revealed by your guide with vivid imagery to feel as if you were there. Whether you believe in the paranormal or not, you will be fascinated with the intriguing and ghastly details of past events in this city. It’s time to see Charleston in a different light. 1.5 hrs.
Rated as the best plantation tour in Charleston, visit Boone Hall Plantation to explore the truth behind life in the South as it was. Climb aboard an open-air for a tour around the the entire 738 acres that make up the plantation. From one end to another, both literally and historically, you’ll see how Boone Hall is a still working plantation that has been continually growing crops for over three centuries, as well as hear the stories and information about its rich history. A must-see experience. Approx 40 mins.
From the salty smell of the oceans to the cool sand and water between your toes, we’re sure once you surf with us, you’ll love it just as much! For young and old, beginner to advanced, we teach you the fundamental techniques that will take your surfing experience to the next level. Our lessons are fun, exciting and perfect for any group. All instructors are CPR certified and qualified to get you up and riding the waves in no time. Surf’s up! Approx 1.5 hrs.
Enjoy a bird’s eye view of one of Charleston’s most stunning sites such as Fort Sumter, Folly Beach, and the Harbor. Daytime flights ranging from 10-20 minutes and provide breathtaking views and photo opportunities that even locals enjoy. This exclusive tour of the Holy City is a “must do” for any visitor. Approx 10-20 min.
Many cultures have contributed to the tapestry that is modern Charleston, but one of the most impactful has undoubtedly been West Africa. Slavery was a part of Charleston history from the beginning of the colony, and it is estimated that over 40 percent of all of the slaves brought into America came in through this city’s harbor. We take you on an honest, unflinching look into the horrors of slavery, the perils of Reconstruction, and the struggle for Civil Rights. You will pass by some of the most significant African-American history sites in the city, while your guide explains the terror of the Middle Passage, slave auctions, city and plantation life, the Stono Rebellion of 1739, the supposed plot by Denmark Vesey in 1822, the oldest AME church in the South, abolitionists stories, the heroism of black soldiers during the war, Reconstruction and Jim Crow, the city’s role in the Civil Rights movement, and more. Approx 1 hr.