If you want to learn anything and everything about the Myrtle Beach area, this is the tour to take. The guides are extremely ... More
Carolina Safari Jeep Tours
If you want to learn anything and everything about the Myrtle Beach area, this is the tour to take. The guides are extremely knowledgeable about US and local history as well as flora and fauna. For three hours, explore salt marshes, hear tales and legends, see a 15th Century style Moorish castle, visit a rice plantation, see incredible cypress trees and real slave cabins and chapels. Discover how Native American, Spanish, French, British, Jewish and African cultures are intertwined and how they lead to the Gullah culture. Carolina Safari Jeep Tours picks up at many Myrtle Beach area locations and resorts.
Don't waste your time trying this tour. He's either totally booked or not going out that day. I had plans to take this tour and rescheduled other things twice thinking I could go on different day, but these tours are just not reliable. Try Captain Rod's tours; they are very friendly.
I did not meet my expectations at all! My husband and I could not wait to get back to our motel! Our sons said they liked it. We thought there was no way it was worth the $94 we were supposed to have paid, even though we were charged $98 on our credit card when we had told them we wanted to pay cash and they told us we would get $2 off each adult ticket as an internet discount!
I called them when we returned to our room and noticed the $98 charge. They agreed to credit my account $4. I was greatly disappointed with the tour.
Couldn't tell you. They canceled without giving a return call. The worst is that I was a part of a major convention of over 700 people. If they would have originaly said we don't want to deal with just the two of you I could have easily found enough to fill all of there jeeps. Very poor business. They left us high and dry and messed up an entire day of plans. I understand they also have a place in Arizona, I will be attending another huge convention in Arizona in June. I won't be calling.
My family and I were just in Myrtle Beach and took two tours. One was Carolna Safari Jeep Tours and the other was Shoreline Tours & Excursions. Carolina Safari Jeep Tours was late picking us up,we were about to leave when the guide arrived. He was in a bad mood, not very friendly or informative and ended the tour early because he had somewhere he had to be. We paid in cash and had I known my family and I would have gone watersliding or done something else with the money. A total waste of tme and money. I would NOT recommend this tour to anyone.
On Thursday we went on Shoreline Tours & Excursions, they were waiting on us when we arrived with smiling faces. The owner was actually on the tour bus giving us history of the area. When we got to Charleston we had a native of the area come with us and narrate the tour around the beautiful city. We had a great lunch, visited Boone Hall and then made the trip home. My family and I LOVED it. We weren't sure if we were even going to take a tour after our first experience with Carolina Safari Jeep Tours but my wife insisted and it was a great decision. We'll definitely recommend Shoreline Tours & Excursions to our friends who will be visiting the area. We had a fabulous time and can't wait to come back. My wife heard they were doing a Paula Deen Tour in September and she's already signed up to go.
Read about the Tour in a "Family Magazine" Was quoted a reduced rate for our little ones. Different story once the driver showed up. When questioned afterward, surly woman
on phone ripped into us."Seat was wasted on a child" she said. "What do you want me to do, send you a check for six dollars?"
"Yes" we replied. The beforehand agreed upon price is what we expected.
Still waiting for the check, a year later.
Please believe me, this trip was horrible. The only good part of the trip was Amy. She is the tour guide. The jeep is crowded. The advertisement is false. The jeep is unsafe. Please do no take your children. We did not see a Bald EAgle, Osprey, Wood Stork. It is false advertisement.
The trip was hurried and not worth the money.
Please, please, do not waste your money. The jeep is not safe and it is too crowded. You cannot sight see on this trip.
The folks who run this can't even keep their lies straight about wether they are running, booked or whatever. They canceled on us 2 days in a row, and then charged the credit card, they promised a voucher but reniged on that one too. Trust the negative responses on this sight they are right on.
My sisters and mother were together taking this jeep tour. Unfortunatly we took the trip on a cold day. Trying to just stay warm in the open sided stretch jeep was a challange and we were hoping it was over after it started. Thank goodness, our guide put out 80 year old mother in the front with him. She not only stayed warm, but told us she thought the trip very knowledgeable with the culture and historic scenery. Our other disapointment was that we couldn't hear our guide while driving. Speaklers needed to be put in the jeep. I'm sure we could have taken our minds off the cold learning about the history of the area. This is a trip that should be taken when arriving in SC. We had already seen many of the sites our guide showed us. On the flip side, our guide was very informative, had a good since of humor, and delightful personality. I'd encourage this tirp, hopefuly during a warmer month, only if speakers were in the back of the jeep, and at the beginning of ones trip in SC.
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