Staying in beautiful downtown historic Charleston hotel is great idea when you come to Charleston. Hotels like the Andrew Pinckney Inn are ideally located next to all the great shopping, dining and historic sights of Charleston. It’s only a few moments’ walk to the harbor front and the upscale shopping district. But coming to Charleston shouldn’t be all about historic sights and fine-dining, you should spend a little hanging out in Charleston exploring nature too! There are some great ways to spend time seeing the beautiful scenery that Charleston has to offer. Here are a few suggestions for exploring nature while in Charleston.
Saltwater Tours – Take a kayaks or canoe around Charleston with a saltwater tour. You will explore a variety of habitats that include shallow bays, sandy beaches with barrier islands, and saltwater marsh creek. You are likely to see dozens of local birds, including pelicans and cranes on this tour, and there is the possibility of seeing dolphins, sea turtles and sometimes even manatees.
Dolphin Safaris- Charleston Sup Safaris offers dolphin safaris in the Folly River. Passengers will use paddleboards on this two hour tour following the flow of the Folly river to see hundreds of native birds and bottlenose dolphins. This tour is perfect for people who have never used a paddleboard before and still want to get out and explore Charleston wilderness.
Schooner Pride- If you want to get out and really get a great view of Charleston Harbor than the Schooner Pride is the way to go. Passengers can board the 84’ tall ship for a two hour sail around Charleston harbor. There are three different sailing opportunities to accommodate passengers at any stage of life.
Make sure to check out these great options for exploring Charleston nature and wildlife next time you come to town. The Andrew Pinckney Inn is a historic downtown Charleston hotel ideally located close to all these great attractions and many more. Their boutique Charleston hotel is known for its plush accommodations and incredible amenities. Make sure to book your stay at the Andrew Pinckney Inn next to you want to visit downtown Charleston.