Did you know that North Myrtle Beach is one of the most popular ecotourism spots in the country? From kayaking to parasailing, deep-sea fishing, and thrilling jet Skii rides — North Myrtle Beach has it all.
After a year of much uncertainty, people are ready to get back out there so to speak. We’ve seen a huge influx in the ecotourism industry since more lenient social distancing procedures have been put in place. Fortunately, many activities in the Grand Strand are held outdoors, which limits the risk of contracting any illnesses.
In North Myrtle Beach, you can rent kayaks, learn about the environment in a glass-bottom tour, and even go through various obstacle courses in the channel. The Grand Strand is home to numerous businesses that specialize in giving tourists a front-row seat to marine life.
Save this helpful list of kayak rental businesses for your next visit!
Looking for a pristine rental that channels the outdoorsy feel of the Grand Strand? Tilghman-Boyce Cottage is a lovely five-bedroom home that’s nestled in Cherry Grove. The home overlooks the beautiful channel and has its own dock with benches for the best views. For more information, visit this link.