Dolphin Tours in Myrtle Beach
With the typical tour lasting 2 to 3 hours, guests can ride aboard a boat in search of these amazing sea mammals. The ride alone, cruising through the Grand Strand's pristine coastal waters to the Atlantic, is a wonderful adventure in itself.
It's just a short ride out to the waters where dolphins put on a show by jumping and playing in the open ocean. The outfitters have been in the business of ferrying folks to and from the sea for years and are familiar with the most popular hot spots for dolphins.
Just as important, the guides for these excursions are knowledgeable about dolphins and other sea life to provide an entertaining and educational experience. Visitors are often blown away by the trip and the interaction with these wondrous aquatic animals.
See Atlantic spotted dolphins, bottle-nosed dolphins, porpoises, white-sided dolphins and other rare species that call these waters home. Take photos and make videos of these creatures to remember the experience for a lifetime.
There are several outfitters in Myrtle Beach offering dolphin tours as well as deep-sea fishing cruises, Banana Boat rides, jet-ski rentals, parasailing, scuba diving and other watersports activities. Here are a few of the top providers on the Grand Strand:
* Bluewater Adventures sails out of Crazy Sisters Marina on the Murrells Inlet waterfront beside the Marshwalk. Call 843-651-3676 for reservations or get more information by visiting www.bluewateradventures.com.
* Downwind Sails Watersports in Myrtle Beach offers dolphin cruises and much more. Call 843-448-7245 for reservations or visit the website at www.downwindsailsmyrtlebeachc.com.
* Express Watersports is located in Murrells Inlet and offers a wide range of watersports activities. For more information, call 866-566-9338 or visit the website at www.expresswatersports.
* Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruises offers rides on the luxurious Sea Thunder yacht or the Sea Screamer fishing boat. Call 843-249-0870 or 843-280-8400 for more information or visit the website at www.myrtlebeachdolphincruises.com.
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