If you like being active and adventurous, the Lowcountry has plenty to keep you busy. Whether on land, sea or air, there’s something to whet your extreme appetite. Check out these possibilities:
Wild Blue Ropes Adventure Park – Climb the ropes, ladders and obstacles 35 feet in the air. Great for team building and family fun. They have nighttime courses too. (Even if you don’t go, visit the website and watch the video.)
Charleston Zip Line Adventures – A zip line canopy tour through the Awendaw forest highlighted by a final run of 750 feet. Not for the faint of heart or for children under 10.
Sport fishing – Get some Angler Management help! (That’s the actual name of one local company.) Find one of 33 sport fishing charters and head to sea.
Barrier Island Eco Tours – If you liked the Charleston Harbor Tour, with all its human history, you might want to try an eco tour, with all its natural wonders. Explore unique habitats in the salt marshes and islands off the Charleston coast with a naturalist guide.
Kayak, Canoe or Paddleboard – The choices of kayak, canoe and paddleboard rentals are as numerous as the many creeks, rivers and lakes around Charleston. Stand up, sit on top, or sit inside, just get out on the water and paddle with the dolphins and gators. Or, enjoy a guided kayak tour from an experienced naturalist and commune with the waterfowl and other interesting creatures.
Tidalwave Watersports – Find your adventure, whether it’s on a jet ski, wakeboard, parasail, tube or banana boat. You name it, if it’s a water sport, they’ve got it.
Helicopter Tours – See the world’s #1 travel city from the air, with all its history and architecture below in one bird’s eye view.
Jam on the Water — Rock n’ Roll is an adventure, particularly on the Carolina Queen cruising through the Charleston harbor. Check out the Halloween night 80’s tribute featuring Soul Fish.