With more than 45 miles of uninhabited and protected Atlantic coastline, the Georgetown area has dozens of secluded and untouched beaches. Winds and waves routinely alter the landscape of these natural shorelines while continually replenishing the ample supply of driftwood and shells. Barrier island beaches also host nesting Sea Turtles and a wide range of protected birds.Avid shell collectors and diehard beach lovers will appreciate the remoteness of these beaches. Most days, you will be the only footprints in the sand. Beach and Shelling trips are available year round, and should be scheduled around a low tide.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Georgetown Lighthouse, Georgetown, South CarolinaTake a boat ride through the areas unspoiled tidal estuaries to visit one of the many pristine barrier island Beaches. Along the way watch for Birds, Dolphin, Alligators, and perhaps even a Sea Turtle. Explore and relax on a secluded, untarnished Beach. The options are endless.Duration: 3 hours