EXPLORE CAPE ROMAIN
For centuries, the waters that we now call Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge have been paddled by self-powered vessels. As early as the 1500's, the Sewee Native American tribe hunted and fished this vast saltwater estuary and the emergent islands. Since that time, it has remained virtually unchanged by man and is protected from development as crucial wildlife habitat.
COST & TRIP LENGTH
The trip cost for this 6-hour adventure is $85/adult. This price includes gear (kayak/canoe, PFD, paddle, etc.), transportation to the put-in, pre-trip prep/instruction, lunch and the on-water experience. Tax is already included in the price.
Participants will kayak on a guided expedition that has been timed with the tides for an enjoyable trip. This is an intermediate level tour for anyone with a moderate level of fitness.
WHAT TO WEAR
Shoes that you don't mind getting wet (Tevas-style shoes are best), a hat, and synthetic clothing (it will dry faster than cotton). During cooler weather, dress in layers. Mosquitoes can be bad on Bulls Island, so long sleeves/pants are recommended.
WHAT TO BRING
Drinking water (4 liters/person), sunscreen, insect repellent, bagged lunch and snacks
Sea Kayaking, Hiking, Boat Tour, Dolphin-Watching, Birding, Photography, Charleston History
DON'T SEE A DATE THAT WORKS FOR YOU? Contact us to see if there is a similar trip, like a Cape Romain Kayak Tour, that will. Or, create a private excursion for you and your group with a customized itinerary (trip cost will vary depending on group size).