Charleston is a place anyone can visit, no matter what they enjoy doing. Here are three sample 3-day itineraries for the adventurer, the history buff, and the beach lover.
Adventurer or Thrill Seeker
Morning: Awendaw Passage Hike—The northernmost “tropical trail” in the country.
Afternoon: Charleston Sailing School—Learn to command your own boat.
Evening: Overnight Blackwater Expedition—Enjoy the adventure and the calm.
Morning: Marsh View Fishing Charter—Fish for sharks, cobia, and trout
Afternoon: Mullet Hall Equestrian Center—Trail riding for everyone [Link to
Evening: Pavilion Bar—Al fresco dining [Link to
Morning: Kayak Tour—Ultimate in water adventure.
Afternoon: Climbing Wall and Challenge Course at James Island—Scale the 50-foot wall and more.
Evening: Overnight Saltwater Expedition—Explore the sea.
Morning: Fort Sumter—Where the Civil War began.
Afternoon: Middleton Equestrian Center—History and horses.
Evening: Ghosts and Legends of Charleston Tour—Spooky stories.
Morning: Hunley Tour—Explore the famous submarine.
Afternoon: Civil War Walk—Charleston 150 years ago.
Evening: Haunted Jail Tour—Where infamous criminals spent their last days.
Morning: Patriots of Charleston—Step into their shoes.
Afternoon: Charleston Museum—America’s First.
Evening: Carriage Tour of the Commercial District—See what life was like years ago.
Beach Lover or Water Baby
Morning: Seabrook Island Beach—Serene and private.
Afternoon: Isle of Palms Beach—Endless sand and water.
Evening: Sunset Cruise—Blues and BBQ Harbor Cruise with plenty of food and drink [Link to
Morning: Folly Beach—Friendly and laid back.
Afternoon: Kiawah Island Beach—10 miles of pristine beach, dunes, and marshes.
Evening: Kiawah Resort for dinner—Breathtaking views.
Morning: Sullivan’s Island—Go shopping and sailing.
Afternoon: Tidal Wave Water Sports—Parasailing and more
Evening: Live and Local Spiritline Dinner Cruise—Languish among the stars