Barrier Island Eco Tours

50 41st AVE

Isle of Palms, SC 29451

Phone: (843) 886-5000

City: Isle of Palms

Region: Coastal & Islands

Barrier Island Eco Tours

Naturalist led boat excursions though salt marsh tidal creeks to Capers Island Heritage Preserve, one of the few remaining undeveloped barrier islands on the East Coast. Excursions include the Capers Island Wildlife Exploration, Dolphin Sunset Cruise, Blue Crabbing Clinic, Creek Fishing, Marine Biology Day Camp for Kids, All Inclusive Island Fun, Beachside Cookouts, and private charters on our 6, 16, 19, 35 and 49 passenger boats. Check out our website for more great information and pictures. Please call 843-886-5000 for reservations today!

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