Island newcomer Bradley Hoover has teamed up with local artist Chase Allen in forming Tour Daufuskie, the island’s first comprehensive tour guide service. Offering kayak, bike and cart tours, Tour Daufuskie customers can choose from an adventure that highlights the ecology, and birds of the island or focus on its history and artisans. Tours are one and a half hours to a full day in duration. Both private and group tours are available. Stand up Paddle boarding will also be available.
Tour guide Bradley Hoover is eager to share his love for nature with his customers. Growing up in the mountains of East Tennessee, Hoover was always an avid outdoorsman. Introduced to the wilderness by his father at a young age, he fished and hunted the Holston River throughout his boyhood and was never one to be found inside playing the latest game console. Hoover first came to Daufuskie in the summer of 2011 while working on his degree at Clemson University. He instantly fell in love with the seclusion and beauty of the island and waited eagerly to return.
Since graduating from Clemson, Hoover has gone on to become a Wilderness First Responder and is certified in Swift Water Rescue, Adult/Child CPR, as well as AED & Airway through the National Outdoor Leadership School. Now a full time islander, he is excited about sharing all the island has to offer.
Whether a first time visitor or permanent resident, Tour Daufuskie ensures that all its clients will truly discover Daufuskie in a new way. For more information call 843-842-9449.
What to See Around Daufuskie
Golfing, Crabbing, Fishing, Bird Watching, Iron Fish Gallery, Paddle Boarding, Marshside Mama’s, Kayak Tours & Rentals, Wine & Woodworks, Melorose on the Beach, Island History Tours, Eagles Nest Restaurant, Historic Tours, Daufuskie Farm, Daufuskie Museum, Daufuskie Crab Company, Silver Dew Pottery, Bloody Point Lighthouse, Tennis and much more!