Charleston’s Plantations and Quaint Town

 Two  seperate - One Day Itineraries

 Option One – One Day tour

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Morning: We meet this morning at the Charleston Visitor Center, 423 King Steet, at 8:30 am to begin our ride today as we will cycle past historic homes and to the top of the new Ravenel Bridge for a panoramic view of the harbor and city. We cruise down the bridge and onto Mount Pleasant’s waterfront park and onto Patriots Point and a close up view of the USS Yorktown, then  to the Old Village of Mount Pleasant. We continue on to Sullivan’s Island and Ft. Moultrie, then across Breach Inlet to Isle of Palms, as well. The serene beaches, rich marshes, and striking views of the Atlantic Ocean are a treat. Group ride of 26 miles with an option of 10 more.

After a ride to Ft. Moultrie on Sullivan’s’, we enjoy lunch at one of the area’s more popular restaurants. Afterwards we drive by van to Boone Hall Plantation for a tour of America’s most photographed plantation as well as one of America’s oldest working, living plantations which has produced crops continuously for over 320 years.

Afternoon: We return to Charleston Visitor Center between 4:00 and 5:00 pm.

RESERVE YOUR SPOT

(click here) Call in advance to schedule a  tour. Some dates not available. Cost/person for two = $295 , three = $245 , four to five  = $225 and six to ten = $195.

 
Call 843 -881-9898 for details. We accept private bookings for our one day tours 30 days in advance of the tour date and a minimum of ten days.  All one day tours are private for groups of 4 or more. There is an additional fee of $50.00 pp for 2-3 people to make a tour private.

  Option Two  One Day tour

p1000031_0 Morning: After meeting at the Charleston Visitor Center , 423 King Street , at 8:30 am to start our 28 or 37 mile ride on Wadmalaw Island just minutes away by van. We’ll ride past old farms and plantations making our way to the Charleston Tea Plantation, home of the only tea grown in America. We’ll enjoy a tour of the tea factory and a trolley ride of the fields followed by a picnic featuring low country foods under the shade of the plantations Live Oaks.  For those wishing a longer ride, an additional 9 miles is available. We then will shuttle to John’s Island to view Angel Oak, an amazing Live Oak tree, with a 28 foot circumference.

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Afternoon: We return you to the Charleston Visitor Center between 4:00 and 5:00 pm

 

164 Market St Ste 104, Charleston, SC 29401, Phone: 1-800-408-1830 or 843-881-9878
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