Join one of our captains & explore the marshland and tidal creeks behind Folly Beach on a boat tour. As you cruise through a maze of waterways, you will be able to see a plethora of wildlife such as wading birds, oyster beds, wild dolphins, and turtles. Tours depart throughout the day and for the beautiful Lowcountry sunset.
Board our Carolina Skiff bay boat as we explore the inlets, creeks and marshes behind Folly Beach in search of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. The waters surrounding Charleston are home to more than 300 wild dolphins who live here year round; you have a very good chance of seeing dolphins while your captain discusses our natural ecosystems, local history, and dolphin fun facts.
Morris Island Lighthouse Tour
Board our Carolina Skiff bay boat and wind through pristine tidal creeks out to Morris Island and the historic Morris Island Lighthouse where you will be able to get out and explore the beach. As you cruise the six miles out to the uninhabited barrier island, the captain will discuss and point out native wildlife, local history, and the diverse eco-systems of the Lowcountry. You have a very good chance of seeing wild dolphins on the way to and from the island.
Fossil Hunting Tour
Board our Carolina Skiff bay boat and cruise through tidal creeks and marshes out to the uninhabited Morris Island. Once you arrive, a naturalist will lead you on a multiple-mile beach hike to a remote location where you are likely to find pre-historic fossils. Your guide will discuss fossils in general, why fossils are found in this area, and what type of fossils you can expect to find on Morris Island.