102 THINGS TO DO IN MYRTLE BEACH

06. Kayaking

With a sturdy, unsinkable Kayak you have the choice to experience the wildlife and relaxation of the marsh, creeks, and rivers of the South Carolina Lowcountry, or get your blood pumping with the adrenaline-filled rush of navigating the breakers in the ocean surf.

No longer the unstable little watercrafts barely evolved from Pacific Islanders, most modern Kayaks are designed for the riders to sit on top, instead of inside. Even if you do fall off (and you probably will) they’re easy to re-board.

Whether part of a self-guided tour with a camera and a cooler, or a guided wildlife excursion, Kayaking in Myrtle Beach is a great activity — both on inland waterways and out on the ocean.

Affordable to rent, and easy for beginners to learn, Kayaks have become the only way to enjoy the water for so many, young and old alike.

Island Adventures Watersports

The leader in Waterway and River touring, Island Adventures Watersports is located at the historic Socastee Swing Bridge (just south of Myrtle Beach). Here you’ll take your Kayak along the scenic Intracoastal Waterway and adjacent rivers. Spot Bald Eagles, Osprey, and other wildlife. Single and double Kayaks available. Island Adventures provides everything; all you provide is sunscreen, a bathing suit and the willingness to have fun!

Island Adventures Watersports