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Kayak Tours - Kayak Fishing                 Scenic     Historic     Authentic                       Lowcountry Paddling
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Private individual and couple tours are also available. Couples wanting a romantic evening with stunning sunsets and starlit skies enjoy our Evening Escape tour named as one of the 10 Best Places to Watch a Sunset in South Carolina by Discover South Carolina.
Kayaking with a large group is a ton of fun! Churches, meetups, clubs, scouts, businesses, wedding parties and family reunion groups love our personalized service, discounts and location variety. Most popular is the Nature Lover’s tour on Lake Moultrie with its island break for lunch, swimming, exploring and kicking back watching Osprey and Eagles.

Group and Private Tours

Guided kayak tours launch from several locations with diverse ecosystems providing an opportunity to see a variety of wildlife. Along with many bird species, also seen are deer, wild hogs, beaver, otter and more. These tours are ideal for birders, naturalists and photographers.

Magnificent Wildlife

Kayak tours take place on calm inland waterways that are freshwater or brackish water. The calmer water is easier to paddle since it’s more shallow, sheltered from wind with less tides to fight.The relaxed pace and small tour sizes combined with your guide sharing the area’s history, wildlife and flora allow time for questions, photography and socializing. The landscape, wildlife and history are different from coastal kayaking. Lake Moultrie and Lake Marion are made-man freshwater lakes covering 174,000 acres with hardwood forests and islands. Towns and forests were flooded to create the lakes providing a rich history of old churches, cemeteries and lumber kiln ruins. The flooded forests created amazing swamps with old Cypress trees, beautiful flowers and incredible wildlife. Lake Marion’s Sparkleberry Swamp tour is wildly popular and considered to be one of the most beautiful swamps in South Carolina. Kayak river tours on the Ashley, Cooper and Santee Rivers feature freshwater and brackish water with a mixture of tall  grasses, abandoned rice fields, limestone bluffs, hardwoods, swamps and flowers. Revolutionary war history is around every bend from Francis Marion’s last battle site to historic plantations and sunken ships. Wadboo Creek’s Twice the Fun tour offers a swamp tour and marsh tour in one adventure.

Our Tours Are Unique

We Make Kayaking Easy

- No prior experience needed - Kayak and safety instruction on all tours - Small tours (less than 10 people) - Relaxed pace - 2-hr, 3-hr and 6-hr daily tours available - Kayaks/gear waiting at your tour location - No minimum party size on most tours - Book online or call 843-697-2812 - Email confirmations and reminders 
Discover South Carolina’s beautiful landscapes, southern culture and colonial history on scenic kayak swamp and nature tours. Experience calm inland waterways with stunning wildlife and flowers. Go kayak fishing in two of Bassmaster’s Top 10 Bass Lakes. Learn basic or advanced kayaking skills with ACA certified kayak instructor-led classes. Explore on your own with kayak rentals. Whether you’re visiting or live near Charleston, Summerville, Mt. Pleasant, Goose Creek, Moncks Corner, Santee, Lake Marion or Lake Moultrie we have AN ADVENTURE THAT’S RIGHT FOR YOU! 
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Scenic Lowcountry Kayaking
Most Popular Kayak and Swamp Tours Lake Marion Kayak and Swamp Tours Lake Moultrie Kayak Tours Scenic River Kayak Tours Kayak Fishing - Freshwater - Saltwater Kayak Classes and Instruction Kayak Rentals - Lake Moultrie
Military, Senior, Nonprofit, Corporate, Scouts and Church Group Discounts
Kayak Tours - Kayak Fishing                 Scenic     Historic     Authentic                      Lowcountry Paddling
                      Blueway Adventures
Kayak Tours - Kayak Fishing                 Scenic     Historic     Authentic                      Lowcountry Paddling
                      Blueway Adventures
Scenic Lowcountry Kayaking
Discover South Carolina’s beautiful landscapes, southern culture and colonial history on scenic kayak, swamp and nature tours. Experience calm inland waterways with stunning wildlife and flowers. Go kayak fishing in two of Bassmaster’s Top 10 Bass Lakes. Learn basic or advanced kayaking skills with ACA certified kayak instructor-led classes. Explore on your own with kayak rentals. Whether you’re visiting or live near Charleston, Summerville, Mt. Pleasant, Goose Creek, Moncks Corner, Santee, Lake Marion or Lake Moultrie we have AN ADVENTURE THAT’S RIGHT FOR YOU! 

We Make Kayaking Easy

- No prior experience needed - Kayak and safety instruction on all tours - Small tours (less than 10 people) - Relaxed pace - 2-hr, 3-hr and 6-hr daily tours available - Kayaks/gear waiting at your tour location - No minimum party size on most tours - Book online or call 843-697-2812 - Email confirmations and reminders 
Kayak tours take place on calm inland waterways that are freshwater or brackish water. The calmer water is easier to paddle since it’s more shallow, sheltered from wind with less tides to fight.The relaxed pace and small tour sizes combined with your guide sharing the area’s history, wildlife and flora allow time for questions, photography and socializing. The landscape, wildlife and history are different from coastal kayaking. Lake Moultrie and Lake Marion are made-man freshwater lakes covering 174,000 acres with hardwood forests and islands. Towns and forests were flooded to create the lakes providing a rich history of old churches, cemeteries and lumber kiln ruins. The flooded forests created amazing swamps with old Cypress trees, beautiful flowers and incredible wildlife. Lake Marion’s Sparkleberry Swamp tour is wildly popular and considered to be one of the most beautiful swamps in South Carolina. Kayak river tours on the Ashley, Cooper and Santee Rivers feature freshwater and brackish water with a mixture of tall  grasses, abandoned rice fields, limestone bluffs, hardwoods, swamps and flowers. Revolutionary war history is around every bend from Francis Marion’s last battle site to historic plantations and sunken ships. Wadboo Creek’s Twice the Fun tour offers a swamp tour and marsh tour in one adventure.

Our Tours Are Unique

Magnificent Wildlife Guided kayak tours launch from several locations with diverse ecosystems providing an opportunity to see a variety of wildlife. Along with many bird species, also seen are deer, wild hogs, beaver, otter and more. These tours are ideal for birders, naturalists and photographers.

Group and Private Tours

Kayaking with a large group is a ton of fun! Churches, meetups, clubs, scouts, businesses, wedding parties and family reunion groups love our personalized service, discounts and location variety. Most popular is the Nature Lover’s tour on Lake Moultrie with its island break for lunch, swimming, exploring and kicking back watching Osprey and Eagles.
Private individual and couple tours are also available. Couples wanting a romantic evening with stunning sunsets and starlit skies enjoy our Evening Escape tour named as one of the 10 Best Places to Watch a Sunset in South Carolina by Discover South Carolina. There’s even waterfront dining 5 minutes from the tour location.
Call Deb at 843-697-2812 for details. 
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Magnificent Wildlife Guided kayak tours launch from several locations with diverse ecosystems providing an opportunity to see a variety of wildlife. Along with many bird species, also seen are deer, wild hogs, beaver, otter and more. These tours are ideal for birders, naturalists and photographers.