Charleston SC Tour
Enjoy Three Charleston Tours on a Full Day Adventure From Myrtle Beach
Price for 2 participants
Enjoy round-trip travel from Myrtle Beach to Charleston, South Carolina, for a full day of sightseeing, shopping and fun. You and your guest will board the air-conditioned motor-coach and enjoy a two-hour journey to Charleston. Arriving in Charleston, you will enjoy a horse-drawn Charleston Carriage Tour of the historic Old City with a professional tour guide.
After your Carriage Tour, you will enjoy exploring Charleston’s Historic Covered Open-Air Market with hand-woven Lowcountry baskets and unique artwork and souvenirs. Next, it's all board on the Carolina Belle at the Charleston Maritime Center for a 90 minute “Harbor of History Tour”. Fully narrated by the Captain, you will learn about over 75 points of interest as the two of you enjoy a delicious Deli-Style Boxed Lunch.
Before heading back to Myrtle Beach, you will tour the Boone Hall Plantation, a National Historic Site and one of the oldest working plantations. From the original slave cabins to the butterfly gardens, the Boone Hall Plantation Walking Tour will reveal a true sense of Southern elegance, charm and beauty. This full day Charleston SC Tour is a wonderful way to spend the day and makes a great gift for every occasion.
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We absolutely loved the tour... very knowledgeable tour guides throughout our full day experience. Love your organization..this is the third experience we have booked through you...spreading the word to everyone I know! Thanks again!
- Ronald Morin - Charleston SC tour, Sunday, October 14, 2012
The tour was wonderful and very informative. There were only 2 things I was disappointed in and the first is you advertise they pick you up at your hotel in Myrtle Beach. Well they don't. We were staying in North Myrtle Beach and we had to be at the Hard Rock Restaurant at Broadway at the Beach by 6:50 am to catch the bus. This was a 45 minute drive and ended up leaving my husband without a vehicle all day. The second was we only had 20 minutes from the time they left us off the carriage ride to visit the market and walk to where we had to pick up the bus for the next leg of the trip. It was a 10 minute walk and didn't leave enough time for shopping at the market. This was disappointing as well. But the carriage driver and the captain of the boat were very knowledgeable and provided a lot of information.
- Dorothy Holst - Charleston. SC, Monday, September 20, 2010
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