Take a step back in time to when the Carnegie family called Cumberland Island their home. Learn the history surrounding the island including the British occupancy and the African American migration to the island and how the Carnegies settled the southern end of the island. While we explore the southern end of Cumberland, we will watch for local wild life including horses, deer, hogs, dolphin, and a multitude of birds that call this area home. If we are lucky we may even see a Right Whale, sea turtle, or manatee.
Historical St. Marys
Tour the St. Marys waterfront and learn about the historical town and important seaport that once was St. Marys. We will cruise south along the waterfront to the North River while keeping a watchful eye for wildlife. The North River is home to the largest Woodstork and Roseate Spoonbill rookery in the area. We will then move to Point Peter Creek and learn about the British Fort that once stood on Point Peter and the last battle of the War of 1812.
1-2 people 2 hours $150
3-4 people 2 hours $250
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