Bulls Island Ferry, Charters and Kayaking
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Bulls Island is not for everyone.
But if you like birding, hiking, beach combing,
unmatched naturalist-guided tours through the estuary,
the chance to get away from the harried mainland,
bald eagles, alligators, bobcats, dolphins and otters,
all within South Carolina's only Class 1 Wilderness Area
Well, then Bulls Island might just be for you.
"Shrouded in oak, palmetto, magnolia and pine and populated by a staggering variety of creatures both local and migratory, this increasingly threatened stretch of oceanfront wilderness is considered the jewel of the 66,000-acre Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge."
-New York Times
- Charleston's wilderness, just 20 minutes north of the city
BIRDS: 293 migratory and resident species catagorized annually
LOGGERHEAD SEA TURTLES: The most significant nesting site north of Florida
AMERICAN ALLIGATORS: One of the densest populations north of the Everglades
PRISTINE SHORELINE: Bulls Island is part of the longest stretch of undeveloped shoreline on the eastern seaboard
HIKING TRAILS: Over 16 miles of maintained trails and roads intersect the 5000-acre island
BONEYARD BEACH: Over one mile of shoreline is adorned with the skeletonized remains of oaks and cedars
Bulls Island is for wildlife. And for you.
Looking For a
Private Guide or a Special Trip?
Give us a call and our captains and naturalist guides will customize a trip for your group into the refuge. Whether your focus is birding, beach combing or an in-depth island experience, a Coastal Expeditions boat charter can make your experience special.
Bulls Island Ferry / Sunrise Photography Expedition / Bulls Island Overnight Expedition / Bulls Island Beach Drop
Cape Romain Lighthouses Tour / Boat Charters / Bulls Island Kayak Tour
Coastal Expeditions operates under contract into Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge,
under the leadership and guidance of U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to provide public access to the refuge.