4-Hour Private Eco-Tour/ Bird Island Cruise / Dolphin Watching


Little River, South Carolina

Group Size

Max 6 people


4 hours

If you're looking for a unique and environmentally-friendly way to explore the natural beauty of Myrtle Beach, consider booking a private eco-tour of the Intracoastal Waterway.

The Intracoastal Waterway is a 3,000-mile long network of canals, bays, and rivers that runs along the Atlantic coast of the United States. In Myrtle Beach, the Intracoastal Waterway offers a variety of opportunities for wildlife viewing, fishing, and boating.

A private eco-tour of the Intracoastal Waterway can be tailored to your specific interests and preferences. Your guide can show you the best spots for birdwatching, dolphin sightings, or fishing. You may also have the opportunity to learn about the local ecosystem and the efforts being made to protect and preserve it.

We also visit North Myrtle Beach, Little River, South Carolina, and Calabash, Sunset Beach, Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina by the Intracoastal Waterway and rivers. This gives you the opportunity to see our towns from a different view from the water.

There are restaurants alone on the way on the water way where we can stop and get something to eat or you can grab an adult beverage on the way.

One popular option for a private eco-tour of the Intracoastal Waterway in Myrtle Beach is to go over Bird Island or Waites Island and explore the Island that you can only get to by boat and look for shells or just have a relaxing drink on the island and get some sun. Your guide can provide you with information about the best routes to take and the most interesting spots to visit there.

Another option is to book a private boat tour, where you can relax and enjoy the scenery while your guide provides commentary about the local wildlife and ecosystem.

No matter what type of eco-tour you choose, you can feel good knowing that you're experiencing the beauty of Myrtle Beach in a sustainable and responsible way. So why not book a private eco-tour of the Intracoastal Waterway today and discover the natural wonders of this unique ecosystem?