… in South Carolina
- Broadway at the Beach, Myrtle Beach
- Charleston, Sunset Harbour Sailing
- Visit Historic Sites, Kayaking, Hiking
- Hilton Head Island, Golfing, Kayaking
Broadway at the Beach, Myrtle Beach
Year after year, Broadway at the Beach stands alone as by far the most popular tourist destination in the entire Myrtle Beach area. With its great location, convenient parking and wide range of outstanding activities for visitors of all ages, it’s the perfect place to make magical memories of your own.
Shopping, nightlife, theatre, attractions, food and drink, fireworks displays, Broadway at the Beach is the true entertainment center of Myrtle Beach. Enjoy an outstanding show, get ready for an action packed night along The Avenue or play it by ear and let the good times roll.
Sunset Harbour Sailing. Experience the Adventure of Sailing! Our catamarans offer a fast, yet ultra-stable ride and we limit the number of passengers on our public sails so you aren’t crammed on the boat with a whole crowd of people. Relax on deck or on the trampoline and enjoy the sights and sounds of historic Charleston Harbor. Keep an eye out for our local wildlife while on board! We often see dolphins, seabirds, turtles, and more! All trips are professionally guided by US Coast Guard licensed captains and crew who share their knowledge on local marine wildlife, ecology, and Charleston’s amazing sights and history. Charleston Sailing Adventures
In Charleston, everything from the cobblestones to the iron gates has a story to tell and we pride ourselves on showcasing these historic sites. Take a ferry to Fort Sumter and stand exactly where the Civil War began. Tour one of our expertly preserved plantations and mansions. There is history everywhere so be sure to take time to take it all in.
Home to America’s oldest and most important landscaped gardens, the historic site encompasses 110 acres including the Gardens, House Museum, Stableyards, and Eliza’s House.
Fort Sumter Tours
Charleston’s “must do” – travel back in time by boat & visit Charleston’s ONLY National Park with Fort Sumter Tours. Boats depart daily from downtown and Patriots Point.
KAYAK & Paddleboard Tours
Shem Creek • Isle of Palms
Explore on your own on a self-guided adventure! Check out our waterside locations with private docks and the best gear. No experience needed- We’ll teach you what you need to know before you go.
Hilton Head Island
Hilton Head Island is part of the Lowcountry region in the U.S. state of South Carolina. It’s known for Atlantic Ocean beaches and golf courses. The Harbour Town Lighthouse and Museum marks the southwest tip. The Coastal Discovery Museum features heritage buildings, trees and themed gardens. Between the island and mainland, the Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge salt marsh hosts deer, alligators and birds.
Every year between May and October, sea turtles visit the beaches of Hilton Head Island. In 2021, 283 nests were laid on our pristine beaches. Two volunteer organizations, Sea Turtle Patrol Hilton Head Island and Turtle Trackers, work hard every morning and evening during nesting season to protect sea turtle nests and ensure the hatchlings can make a safe journey from the beach to their ocean home.
Offering 12 miles of pristine beaches and everything you need for the ultimate retreat. Enjoy easy days relaxing in the sun, sand and surf on some of the best beaches in the country.
Golfers can find more than 33 world-class golf courses in the Lowcountry area, including on Hilton Head Island, in Bluffton and on Daufuskie Island.
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