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Myrtle Beach Dolphin Tours

Swimming with Dolphins in Myrtle Beach

I've had the opportunity to swim with dolphins and it was a spiritual experience to never be forgotten. It's important to play on their terms and to avoid disturbing their natural habitat with feedings or other activities that might disrupt their natural movements. If you've dreamed of seeing dolphins up close check out one of these dolphin tours in the Myrtle Beach area.
- Scott Thompson

Myrtle Beach Watersports

This is well known company in the Myrtle Beach area that takes over 50,000 people a year on cruises around the area. Their dolphin watch tour leaves from Murrells Inlet (south of Surfside Beach). This ride that is suitable for all ages is on a large speed boat that tours the inlet and then takes you to wherever the dolphins are playing in the Atlantic.

$22.00 Adults
$15.00 Kids
2 and under free

Express Watersports

This trip also leaves from Murrells Inlet and travels up the coast with great views of the beach. The dolphin trips are in the morning, but if you’re interested in a sunset cruise they offer those as well.

$25 Adults
$20 for children under 12

Picture Credits: Swimming with Dolphins by Steve Jurvetson