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2015 Scheduled Tours to Bulls Island and Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge - Bulls Island Ferry
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2015 Scheduled Tours to Bulls Island and Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge

Bulls Island Ferry Bulls Island Beach Drop Sunrise Expedition Bulls Island

The Most Popular Way to See the Island!
Naturalist-led Ecotour to Bulls Island

$20/12 & under

Take a naturalist-led ecotour to the north end
of Bulls Island for a day of shelling
and Boneyard Beach!

$20/12 & under

A guide and client favorite (for early
risers!). Excellent photography and
birding opportunities.


Dominick House Bulls Island Overnight Cape Romain Lighthouses Bulls Island Kayak Tour

Using the Dominick House for lodging, 
this is a special opportunity to explore
Bulls Island.  3 days/2 nights


Located 6 miles offshore, these
lighthouses are national treasures.  
Join us for a day of history and nature
on this unique tour!


Kayak through the pristine estuary to the
beach of Bulls Island!  Your experienced
guides will lead you on an
unforgettable adventure.

$85 adults
$55/12 & under

Ask About the Sea Turtle T-Shirts Aboard the Bulls Island Ferry!


Proceeds from this special Cape Romain t-shirt are donated to the Loggerhead Sea Turtle Program in the refuge.  The donations are used to purchase supplies like wire caging material and collection buckets for the volunteers that work hard through the summer to protect this endangered species.


*Sunscreen, insect repellent, bottled water and a few other necessities are also available on board the ferry.



Since 1994, Coastal Expeditions has proudly served as the concession for Group Services within Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, in partnership with US Fish & Wildlife Service.  The 66,000 acres of Cape Romain are managed for the protection of endangered species, including wood storks and loggerhead sea turtles, and we feel fortunate to be active stewards and educators in this wildlife refuge.

Regardless of the trip that you choose, you'll notice two things.  First, the overwhelming beauty of the refuge, with sweeping views of blue sky, green cordgrass, oyster-laden banks and dense maritime forests.  Second, the dedication and passion of our captains and guides.  We love this refuge, and we can't wait to show you the way!