Ask a friend where they plan to vacation, and I’ll guess it’s somewhere near the shore.
According to NOAA, over 50% of Americans venture to our coastlines every year. Some sprawl out on the beach while others grab a rod and head offshore. However you enjoy these pristine waters, their global importance surrounds us. It’s our 2nd most bio-diverse ecosystem, the nursery of the oceans, and filters every drop of water on the planet.
At Charleston Outdoor Adventures, we strive to connect the public with this vastly important ecosystem. We live for intimate kayak tours, excursions on Morris Island and close encounters with dolphins. After all, there’s no better way to gain appreciation for this environment than to get the salt in your mouth and the pluff mud between your toes.
For the times between those adventures, we have started a monthly eco-blog. From inspiring dolphin stories to important pollution issues, our goal is to keep you engaged. At any moment, tens of thousands of plants and animals are existing in perfect harmony. Enjoy keeping a piece of that estuary in your pocket!