15 Mar Planning a 2021 Myrtle Beach Dolphin Tour

Planning a 2021 Myrtle Beach Dolphin Tour

The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic sure took its toll on us and everything we were used to. From restaurant closures to many small businesses shutting down temporarily, if not permanently, to severe impacts on the tourism business, things have been hard. We’d be foolish not to admit that head-on and allow everything we have experienced to sink in. But the truth is, it looks like we’re facing the change that we have all been seeking since those initial shut-downs started taking place back in March 2020.

If you and your family have been on lock-down and are beginning to think about getting out and about again, the chances are that you are wondering if a 2021 vacation is right for you. The great news is that as the weather gets warmer and more of us are vaccinated, outdoor vacations will provide a great chance to get away and breathe in the fresh air. For this reason, a 2021 Myrtle Beach vacation and dolphin tour might be an excellent choice for you and your family.

Planning for your Myrtle Beach Dolphin Tour This Summer

If you have decided that a Myrtle Beach vacation is right for you and your family, then you need to add a dolphin tour to your list of things to do in Myrtle Beach. Check out our list of things you should know to maximize your enjoyment on your upcoming dolphin tour. We hope that these tips will be helpful to you and provide additional reasons as to why you should plan a Murrells Inlet dolphin tour.

1. Book your tour ASAP

As more and more people begin planning their summer vacations, popular tour times will fill up. So, don’t wait to book your Myrtle Beach dolphin tour with Blue Wave Adventures. Click on Book Now on the Blue Wave Adventures home page, and you’ll be taken to our scheduling calendar.

2. Pack your beach bag

Myrtle Beach dolphin tours such as our premium dolphin watch mean that you might get a bit wet, so you might want to wear your swimsuit. We also suggest that you pack sunglasses, sunscreen, a towel, a sunhat, and some water bottles for the members of your party. We also recommend that you eat a light meal before the tour to ensure that you are comfortable along the way. The more prepared you are, the more you will enjoy our tour.

3. Prepare to learn

The Blue Wave Adventures team offers tours that aren’t quite like what you might experience with other dolphin tour operators in Myrtle Beach. We practice ecotourism which means that we only observe dolphins in their natural environment. We don’t send shrimp boats ahead of us to lure the dolphins, and we won’t chase them either. This means that you and your family will be able to observe dolphins behaving and playing usually. By practicing good stewardship, we are doing our part to ensure that the Myrtle Beach area will be a safe and fun place to visit for years to come. We want you to have a memorable Myrtle Beach dolphin tour that you will tell your friends and family about.