Top 6 Activities To Experience This Fall
It’s fall y’all! Get Outside this season on one of these great activities perfect for the cooler weather! Read on to find the list of Outside’s top activities this Fall.
There is no better way to experience Hilton Head’s beautiful fall weather and scenery than on the comfortable seat of a Pedego Electric Bike. This 2-hour tour dives into the fascinating history of Hilton Head and the surrounding Lowcountry’s Gullah culture. Enjoy a fun ride on our comfortable Pedego Electric Bikes with stops at important historical sites, including Mitchelville Freedom Park. Your guide will take you through the site of the first documented self-governed community of formerly enslaved people. Helmets and a thorough electric bike clinic included.
This 4-hour Daufuskie Island trip provides a glimpse into a fascinating chapter of Lowcountry history on the undeveloped side of the island. You will experience all the changing scenery on the peaceful boat ride over to the island with one of our experienced Captain guides. Visit several one-of-a-kind places, including the First African Baptist Church, the Praise House, Mary Fields School (memorialized in Pat Conroy’s ‘The Water is Wide’), and the site of the Bloody Point Lighthouse. Meet local artisans and learn the rich history of the Native Americans, European settlers, the cotton trade, and the Gullah culture.
Bring the family kayaking through the tidal creeks and salt marshes that surround Hilton Head Island. The two-hour guided kayak tours are led by knowledgeable, personable interpretive naturalist guides. Our guides use their local insight to read tides and lead your group on the best route, looking for seasonal wildlife, and making stops to talk about the rich history and culture. Conducted at a leisurely pace, this “nature hike” on water is Hilton Head Kayaking at it’s very best. Our Hilton Head kayak tours are perfect for the whole family and designed for all experience levels.
3. The Outback
One of our signature programs and an exceptional value from Outside! The Outback begins with a guided boat trip where the captain shares stories of the Lowcountry. Upon arriving at Outside’s private island, Page Island, your Captain/Guide will take you through a brief paddle clinic before embarking on a paddle through the Daufuskie nature web. This area boasts beautiful vistas, abundant wildlife and a unique history. The kayaking portion lasts about 90 minutes and is suitable for all ages and skill levels.
Truly a unique fishing experience! Kayaks allow you to get into the small waterways that boats cannot, allowing you to cast out in some untouched spots of the salt marsh. While you’re fishing, you can enjoy the serenity and beauty of the tidal salt marsh. Our guides are not only skilled in the sport, but they are also passionate about it. Let them share their kayak fishing knowledge and experience with you. Kayak Fishing excursions are limited to three guests and an interpretive naturalist guide. Outside kayak fishing excursions include your guide, bait, tackle, and kayak rental.
The Port of Savannah, the nation’s largest port in volume, contains over 50 piers, wharves, and docks. On this 90-minute tour, you get to experience a working port as it should be seen — from the water. This excursion begins with a scenic view of Savannah’s Historic Riverfront and then ventures upriver to the Georgia Ports Authority. Here, your captain/guide discusses the variety of ships seen, the port operations, and products of the different terminals. Enjoy the views of the city from the water, learn about this historic port, and get to know Savannah on this enjoyable boat tour.
Adventure starts today; be sure to call our reservations team or book online!