Ride a boat to visit Bulls Island, a barrier island within the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge. Coastal Expeditions is the the exclusive provider of Bulls Island Ferry services. All the tour packages aim to inform and educate guests about the ecosystem on the marshes and barrier islands.
Things to Do
- Book a Bulls Island Ferry Service and Eco Tour package to visit the refuge. Bulls Island has 7 miles of coastline to explore and 16 miles of trail to conquer. The guides will take you to a tour of the island trails and explain the importance of the ecosystem. Animal sightings include dolphins, turtles, and alligators.
- For birding enthusiasts, this is your chance to see 293 bird species, from shorebirds to birds of prey, in one of the premier birding sites in the country. Many of the birds are spotted during the fall migration. Join the Bird Migration Estuary and Island Tour to learn more.
- See how a forest caught in a beach looks like. Think of bleached oaks trapped by the beach. Get your camera ready and watch the sun rise over this magnificent formation called Boneyard Beach.
- Join the Bulls Island Kayak Tour for a day of hiking and paddling. A guide will accompany you in kayaking, shelling, and beach exploration. Pay attention to the animals around you. You might spot a dolphin while you paddle.
- If you would like to discover more about Bulls Island, the ecology, and wildlife that surrounds it, sign up for a Multi Day Expedition. Guests will stay at The Dominick House on the island.
Bulls Island Ferry Insider Tips
- Bring bug spray.
- If you have a bike, you can bring your bike and load it in the ferry. Cycling is a fun way to explore Bulls Island.