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Waccamaw River Kayak Tours in North Myrtle Beach, SC

 

Waccamaw River Kayak Tours North Myrtle Beach SCPaddle with us on our 2Hour Waccamaw Lazy River Tour through the peaceful and wild swamps of the low country and enjoy the solitude and serenity that the last remaining pieces that Heritage Trust land has to offer.

We transport you up river in our kayak van and paddle down river with the slow moving current through a protected wildlife refuge dominated by bald cypress, water tupelo and isolated strands of rare Atlantic White Cedar.

During this 2-hour kayak tour you may see:

  • Birds such as Herons, Egrets, Wood Storks, Bald Eagles, Osprey, Ducks, Prothonatary Warblers (aka Swamp Canaries), Woodpeckers
  • Animals such as Snakes, Beaver, Otter, Deer, River Otters, the occasional Alligator, numerous species of Turtles, Barred Owls, Mississippi Kites, and Coopers Hawks
  • A multitude of Neotropical migratory songbirds

The banks of the Waccamaw are an important travel corridor for the rare Coastal Black Bear, wild turkey, wild boar and deer.

Paddle through the peaceful and wild swamps of the low country and enjoy the solitude and serenity that the last remaining pieces of Heritage Trust land has to offer. Don’t forget you camera for photo opportunities abound!

Want to try out your own unguided kayaking tour? Then reserve your kayak rental and have fun kayaking and exploring individually!

Travel through the protected wildlife refuge dominated by bald cypress, water tupelo and isolated strands of rare Atlantic White Cedar.

Paddle with us on our 4-Hour Waccamaw River Tour through the peaceful and wild swamps of the low country and enjoy the solitude and serenity that the last remaining pieces that Heritage Trust land has to offer. If you want an extended kayak tour come join us for a relaxing four hour experience that will leave you feeling connected with the beautiful nature and wildlife of the area.

We travel through a protected wildlife refuge dominated by bald cypress, water tupelo and isolated strands of rare Atlantic White Cedar.

During this 4-hour kayak tour you may see:

  • Birds such as Herons, Egrets, Wood Storks, Bald Eagles, Osprey, Ducks, Prothonatary Warblers (aka Swamp Canaries), Woodpeckers
  • Animals such as Snakes, Beaver, Otter, Deer, River Otters, the occasional Alligator, numerous species of Turtles, Barred Owls, Mississippi Kites, and Coopers Hawks
  • A multitude of Neotropical migratory songbirds

The banks of the Waccamaw are an important travel corridor for the rare Coastal Black Bear, Wild Turkey, Wild Boar and Deer.

Paddle through the peaceful and wild swamps of the low country and enjoy the solitude and serenity that the last remaining pieces of Heritage Trust land has to offer. Don’t forget your camera for numerous photo opportunities!

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