Discover the magic of Georgia's tidal creeks, salt marshes and wild islands on a narrated eco cruise to remember.
Savannah's marshlands and waterways provide the spectacular backdrop for an incredible eco-tour through a natural conservation area unlike any other. Pristine wonders and a rich biodiversity characterize one of the world's most incredible marine environments and you'll be right at the heart of the action as you watch dolphins at play and egrets stalking along the oyster beds. Climb aboard a comfortable cruising vessel and get ready to learn about the marshland and unique tidal river ecology that has been the drawcard for leading naturalists throughout the centuries.
Listen to colorful, entertaining narrative from passionate guides with intimate knowledge of the area's diverse ecosystem and get ready to spot dolphins, egrets, pelicans and more during this 3 hour cruise for four. You'll also enjoy views of Paula Deen's House on Turner's Creek as well as explore the waters of Wormsloe Historic Site, Skidaway Island State Park and the historic homes on Isle of Hope.
This is the perfect way to see the unique habitat of Georgia's low country by boat. You'll learn things you never knew about the area, see amazing local wildlife and take home memories to last a lifetime
Tours take place daily throughout the year however you should aim to book at least 2 weeks in advance. Weather conditions do not usually affect this experience.
Tours depart from Hogan's Marina, 36 Wilmington Island Rd, Savannah, GA.