Saltwater Marsh Explorer Adventure

4123 Business Highway 17 S

Murrells Inlet, SC 29576

Phone: (843) 651-3676

City: Murrells Inlet

Region: Coastal & Islands

Saltwater Marsh Explorer Adventure

Board the Saltwater Marsh Explorer and discover the amazing ecosystem alive in our marshes! Our marine biologist narrators show you an astonishing variety of marine life - crabs, sea urchins, fish, and much more. Placed on-board in touch tanks, you can observe, and, when appropriate, even touch them. There's also a fishing demonstration, and a beach walk along a barrier island not accessible by car. Not every time, but frequently, we see bottle-nose dolphins at play... a real treat.

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