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Travel Tips For Myrtle Beach Nature Lovers: 7 Places to Visit on Next Outdoor Adventure

By    |   Monday, 23 Feb 2015 11:32 PM

Outdoor lovers will have plenty of nature's beauty surrounding them at Myrtle Beach. Travel tips to South Carolina's most exciting area include the natural wonders of the world along with many other fun attractions.

Here are seven places to visit in Myrtle Beach for a riveting outdoor adventure:

1. Known as part of the Grand Strand for its line of beaches, Myrtle Beach also has tremendous views of rivers, creeks and marshes for outdoor lovers. Black River Outdoors includes guided kayak eco-tours on Pawleys Island, just 15 minutes from Myrtle Beach. Choose from a 2, 4 or 6 hour tours along the Waccamaw River and other nearby sites many tourists miss.

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2. Enjoy the sights of wildlife and the environment, as well as history and ghost lore, through Carolina Safari Jeep Tours. Along with a splendid view of nature, take in the historic sites of former plantation homes, cabins, rice fields from 300 years ago and summer homes of old. Alligators, a variety of bird species and fascinating plant life also treat the eyes on the guided tours of the ecosystem.

3. Take an enjoyable Segway ride that's leisurely and easy to maneuver from Myrtle Beach Segway on Market Common. Visitors get a great view of nature while gliding through beautiful wetlands and wildlife preserves.

4. Alligator Adventure in North Myrtle Beach provides close-up views of gators, but also birds and other animals in the wild. Visitors can watch different animals in their natural habitats, but the alligators steal the show. Enjoy the alligator handing and lectures from professional tamers and educators. If you're lucky, you might even get to touch a live alligator.

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5. A feast for the eyes and ears awaits nature lovers at the Myrtle Beach State Park along South Kings Highway. The nature trails, campgrounds and fishing spots offer a pleasant alternative to the busy beach areas. Visitors can catch a glimpse of beautiful ocean views or enjoy peaceful locations under towering trees for their favorite outdoor activities.

6. Of course, the beach activities in Myrtle Beach provide many outdoor adventures. Along with the favorites of many visitors, such as swimming, surfing, boating and fishing, activities on and off the beaches include windsurfing, parasailing, scuba diving and kayaking. Visitors can choose the ocean or the nearby rivers, creeks and marshes for water sports or fishing endeavors.

7. Travel tips for nature lovers wouldn't be complete without an up-close look of dolphins at play. The Blue Wave Adventures Dolphin Watch Tour offers an intimate and eco-friendly approach to observing dolphin encounters along the coast. The vessel used on the tours is quiet enough to allow dolphins their own space in the ocean. By respecting the environment, the Blue Wave tours allow visitors to catch dolphins in their natural surroundings.

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