Fall Trips at Kiawah River

As soon as you turn into Kiawah River, the roads become dirt, the trees become grand, and you become relaxed.  It’s the perfect starting point for adventure.

After a long summer, we’re ready for a Lowcountry autumn.  The fall color shows up in the burgundy sweetgums, crimson maples, golden marshes and pink sweetgrass.  It makes us want to really get out to watch bird migration and the slowing down of the salt marsh.  We’re in love with an area just south of Charleston on the sea island of Johns Island.  Bordering the Kiawah River and protected by Kiawah Island as its barrier island, this in an oasis of wildlife and wild places, just a few miles away from downtown.

You’ll have top guides like Chris Crolley, Olivia DePue and Henry Brant on these trips, making them ideal for birders, photographers and anyone with a curiosity about Lowcountry flora and fauna.

Leaving from our Kiawah Island Outpost, these tours are by boat, sea kayak and foot.  Paddle under a full moon, take a Christmas boat cruise or help clean up a bird rookery with Audubon South Carolina.

Paddle under a setting sun and rising full moon after a maritime forest hike on a special multi-sport trip.