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Dolphins, Dolphins, Dolphins.......The best place and way to see dolphins in Hilton Head! Providing recreational family kayaking and dolphin nature tours by both kayak and boat on Hilton Head Island. A great activity for beginners and experienced...more
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Dave was a great guide who shared many stories, knew the waters, and helped us learn the ropes of kayaking. The company is great about watching the weather to make sure you get the most of your tour. We saw many birds and learned about...More
My Husband and I really enjoyed our kayaking tour. Our guide Dave was extremely knowledgeable and very friendly. He told us a lot about the wildlife as well as the history of the island.. You can tell he truly likes what he does.
Kayak Dave was really informative and we learned a ton of information. My mom is nervous of water, but he helped her get into the kayak and explained everything thoroughly. We saw a couple dolphins and a ton of birds. I would definitely do it...More
This was our first kayak adventure and the bar was set with Mark at Kayak Hilton Head. We went on the 4:45 PM tour and we had perfect weather. We had a chance to see about 6 dolphins along with a variety of birds. Mark...More
We did this tour several years ago with a group of friends and had a blast. They even accommodated someone with a prosthetic leg and gave folks options on single or double kayaks with no price difference. So, after having already done one of the...More
Dave was a great guide. was very oragnized and informative and told us much about the area. geared the tour to the group. was very friendly as well as keeping us all safe. the tour was great and this time I saw a couple dolphins,...More
We visited in July 2018 and did the evening Fireworks tour. Our family of 5 had a great time (a teenager in a single kayak and 2 double kayaks with our younger kids). The group size was about 10-12 kayaks, which was fine. I apologize...More
Wife and I went on our own and it was a very comfortable and scenic time. Passed on group tour due to timing, but received a lot of guidance and directions before we left. We saw about 8 dolphin and were lucky to have 3...More
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wear protective covering that is either waterproof or can dry quickly. You can stop a little backpack with an extra sweatshirt if need be but you want to protect yourself from too much sun and wind and be warm enough (or... More
wear protective covering that is either waterproof or can dry quickly. You can stop a little backpack with an extra sweatshirt if need be but you want to protect yourself from too much sun and wind and be warm enough (or cool enough) as well. I like cargo slacks that dry quickly, light windbreaker and wear a bathing suit underneath. The chances are you won't get that wet but you will get at least slightly wet. Waterproof sunscreen (I like Coconut Oil myself) on your face and any exposed skin is needed. Always bring water. It is easy to become dehydrated. Most shoes are okay but know they might get wet. Your feet might get cold with just sandals so water shoes or sneakers work the best I found. Keep an extra set of dry clothes in your car for afterwards just in case.