This Lighthouse Tour In South Carolina Is A One Of A Kind Adventure You Simply Can’t Pass Up

If you live in South Carolina, then chances are good you are familiar with at least one or two of the lighthouses along the coast. One of them, the Morris Island Light, sits most of the time stranded in water just off the coast of Charleston. Glimpses of it are available after a short hike at the northern end of Folly Beach.

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The adventure is a fun way to see the diverse ecosystem of the Lowcountry marshes, a deserted beach on a barrier island, and the Morris Island Light all in one trip! It’s suitable for people of all ages.

The tour times are based entirely upon the tide schedules, and there is always one tour per day. If the tide schedule allows, then the tour is at sunset – a bonus for any water tour along the coast! Current tour rates are $47 per person; $27 for ages 12 and under. For more information, check out the official website of Charleston Outdoor Adventures. You’ll also find a wealth of photos and videos on their Facebook page.

For more fun along the coast in the Lowcountry, check out this kitschy seafood restaurant known for their delectable fresh seafood.