What to Bring
What To Bring for your Kayak Nature Tour
***Recommended attire for paddling is something that would be comfortable for a walk on the beach that day. Swimsuits are not necessary, but are permitted. You may have water drip off your paddle onto your legs. Other than that, we don’t expect to get wet or do any swimming, although it may be an option when conditions are appropriate. The boat ride can be cool, even on a warm day , so bring outwear appropriate to the temperature with a “wind chill” (windbreaker and insulating layer, as necessary).
*** Footwear that would stay on your foot in the water is required. Sport sandals such as Tevas or Chacos are recommended, and old sneakers are fine, too. Sandals must attach around the ankle, so no flip-flops, please.
***Sun protection is important, regardless of the weather or season. We strongly recommend a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, a light colored long sleeve shirt and a towel to cover your legs..
*** Lg. Bottled water is recommended and necessary.
*** During spring and fall mornings and evenings, bug spray might be necessary.
Our 4-6 Hour Outback Tours offer a great kayaking nature tour, led by our trained interpretive naturalist guides, taking you into remote, pristine locations, covering a wide area of the low country estuaries. No experience is necessary.