Paddling the East Branch of the Cooper River is an immersive experience, blending together the beauty of the re-established cypress and tupelo hardwood forest with the history of the rice plantations and trunk gates now maintained for migratory birds.
Join SOUL Ambassador Captain Chris Crolley on this unique experience to find your soul as you paddle through one of the most pristine rivers in our area. During this 3.5 mile trip, we will paddle through open rice fields on the East Branch of the Cooper River before we funnel into the much smaller Quinby Creek, surrounded by bottomland hardwood forest. Raptors and alligators weave through the ancient canals hunting the many species of mammals, fish, and birds.
Kayaks, PFDs, and paddles will be provided. Guests should wear clothes that are quick-drying and shoes that will stay on your feet (such as water shoes, sandals with straps, or tennis shoes). Please bring plenty of drinking water and any snacks you may want along the way.
Tickets are $50 for adults and $20 for children under 12. Space is limited to 15 guests.
To secure your spot on this trip, please contact our friends at Coastal Expeditions at 843-884-7684 or email@example.com.
We look forward to paddling with you!