I can’t give Fine Expeditions Kayak Tours a damn after the way treated me and my friend. For us, it started very well. They familiarized us with the ship captain, an old man (I got my first guide), and a visiting authority from the Coastal Museum. Jack, the teacher from the historical centre, was entirely educated about dolphins and gave us data about them. This was just for the initial ten minutes of the visit. After the first ten minutes, Jack stopped talking, the ship stopped following the dolphins, and we stopped learning something useful. Instead, the ship’s captain, an old man, took over Jack’s place and starting telling us things we did not need to know. They pointed to a house that according to them was almost bought by Oprah. They also showed a house bought by Ron Howard (for his son). They discussed the history of several ships on the river. And they showed a house that the owner tried to sell for $17 million, but was eventually taken over for $5.2 million. For the owners of this scam, I recommend they change the title of the tour to “Dolphin, Real Estate, and Ship Tour.” This is probably the worst dolphin and nature tour I have been on, as I have been on many. The captain seemed to have very little knowledge of the local ecosystem and spent the whole time telling sarcastic tales of the rich and famous along the creek. We got an up-close view of a sailboat graveyard. The tour itself never left the marina area of Broad Creek; it just completed one loop. We saw a few dolphins, but the likelihood of seeing any other significant wildlife in such a busy marina area would be very low. The advertised variety of wildlife sightings was not a possibility; even the pigs were staying away. With reservations online for two people, my $40 would have been better spent on lunch to sit on the sand and look for dolphins ourselves. Captain was nice but the ticket sales staff was rude. They charged us a lot of undue money.
The last thirty minutes of the tour was boring like hell because there were no more dolphins and no more nature. The main nature talked about at all was an osprey that had a home and the shellfish up by the shore. We, at last, adapted more alone when we saw a crocodile in the wild at sea Pines and Googled it. I would exceptionally prescribe staying away from this visit on the off chance that you need to get the hang of anything or see anything valuable about nature. Rather, take the historical centre’s researcher/explore dolphin visit. It’s pricier, however, I predict you finish up learning a hell of a lot further. I think it is a cash making trick of Fine Expeditions Kayak Tours. Despite everything I can’t accept what an unpleasant experience, I had with Fine Expeditions Kayak Tours. In such a lovely society, there are people like these who only exploit nature lovers.
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