Dolphin Tours-Saint Simons Island
"Voted Best Dolphin Tour by Locals"
Did you know that Georgia has of 1/3 of the marshlands of the East Coast? And, within the 500,000 acres of marshlands with innumerable creeks, rivers, and small winding waterways are the large population of Bottlenose Dolphins!
Our bottlenose dolphins are the magic mammals of the local waters, and our tours put you right up alongside these various "family groups" who move, breathe, and feed in the waters of coastal Georgia!
Not only does the tour include observing dolphins in the wild, but our tours also carry you to view bird habitats, shark watches, and viewings of the Georgia island coast. Our "discovery" tours go way beyond just looking for dolphins. Perfect for all ages!
Private Tours or Public Tours Dec 27-Jan
$40 Adults (Ages 18 & up)
$35 Teens (Ages 13-17)
$20 Child (Ages 3-12)
$10 Limit One (Ages 2 and under)
Note: These tours include viewing dolphins, marshlands, unique birds
Want a private tour for up to 12 or larger groups? 912-399-5007
$500 up to 12 persons smaller boat
$30 per person over 12 up to 40 persons
90 minutes around calm inland waters.
Trips depart from Morningstar Marina, St. Simons Island. Our boats and crew are US Coast Guard certified and insured.
Boats are sun-covered, and food, including drinks, is allowed.
Tuesdays and Thursdays departs at 2:00 PM
Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 10:00 AM
NOTE; We have two vessels available.
A catamaran boat carries 49 passengers.
A Single hull boat carries 22 passengers
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We operate the only fishing charter boat that can carry more than six passengers for inshore fishing in the Golden Isles. Great for families and groups, enjoy a fun trip, catching fish of all sizes, and making memories. Inshore and calm.
We also offer charter trips for six or fewer passengers year-round for specialized trips like inshore for bass and trout. Nearshore fishing charters are usually up to 8 miles out and target species like sharks, tarpon, and giant redfish in the 40lb weight class and up.