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Our salt marsh ecology tour is an educational trip through the salt marsh at low tide in the downtown Beaufort area. We'll throw a cast net to show you a sample of the marine organisms that live in our waters, and make a stop at a sandbar for a swim if the weather is warm.
Our dolphin ecology tour explores the salt marsh at high tide for an introduction to the ecosystem that supports these beautiful marine mammals. From there we move into the larger waters of the Fripp Inlet to look for resident Bottle-nose dolphin, and discover their unique biology and ecology.
Join us on this amazing blackwater creek for an excursion through an old-growth cypress/tupelo forest. We’ll journey deep into the heart of the Georgia swamp, exploring these ancient trees and taking photos along the way. This is a 4-mile paddle. There is little to no current and this trip is suitable for beginners.
Explore one of the most interesting areas in Beaufort county, from a natural history, conservation and cultural history standpoint. On this tour we will explore the "C" in the ACE basin, the Combahee River. We will discuss rice culture and history, conservation successes, and the present use of the historic rice fields.
On our Beaufort History tour we explore this beautiful town's 300 year history from an optimal vantage point, the water. After crossing the Beaufort River we will , we explore the historic district, kayaking past some of the most beautiful homes in the area.
Paddle to the edge of the continent through the protected waters of the Fripp Inlet. We land on a sandbar only accessible at low tide. Where we illustrate barrier island and beach re-nourishment projects. The sandbar provides spectacular uninhibited views of Hunting Island State Park, the Atlantic Ocean, and Fripp Island.
A "half day" tour requires a 3-hour time commitment with approximately 2 hours on the water.
Single and tandem kayaks available.
Tandem kayaks available for children 12 and under.
A Tag-along is someone who has their own equipment but would like to kayak with the tour.
Please contact us for custom, private or group tours.
Jim and Teri Pohorsky, Owners, P.O. Box 2004; Beaufort, South Carolina 29901, United States
08:00 am – 06:00 pm