South Carolina Nature-Based Tourism Association

PO Box 850

Aiken, SC 29802

Phone: (888) 834-1654

City: Aiken

Region: Midlands

South Carolina Nature-Based Tourism Association

The South Carolina Nature-Based Tourism Association is a non-profit organization representing over 50 marketing and service providers (canoe, kayak, gardens, etc.) that provide and promote nature experiences and environmental education. They bring together those entities with like purposes to share information and form partnerships for education and promotion. We hold an annual conference in the fall. The date and location for 2015 is November 11 & 12 at St Christopher Conference Center on Seabrook Island, SC.

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