Go kayaking with a variety of eco-tour excursions featuring the abundant Low Country marshland, undeveloped Little Tybee Island, the Cockspur Island Lighthouse, a bird sanctuary, and more. Expert naturalists can take you out to explore the Georgia coast’s beaches, rivers, swamps, salt marshes, estuaries, and maritime forests.
Get in touch with Savannah’s wild side by walking the trails of Oatland Island Wildlife Center, where native wolves, alligators, deer, birds of prey, foxes, bobcats, cougars, tortoises, and more live in their natural habitats.
Spend a night or two camping on Little Tybee Island, only reachable by charter boat, or take a private sailboat tour with Compass Sailing. Captain Derek, Captain Mike, and Dolphin Magic Tours offer dolphin eco-tour adventures where guests can experience Atlantic bottlenose dolphins frolicking in the waves right alongside the boat. On Tybee Island, marine biologist Dr. Joe will teach you all about the island’s animals, tide pools, turtles, and the research he is currently doing in coastal Georgia’s natural habitats.