The first part of this tour will be a leisurely stroll underneath canopied live oaks that line Georgetown’s historical district as we learn about pre-Revolutionary, antebellum, and 19th century structures that have made Georgetown one of the best-kept secrets on the East Coast. Listen as history comes alive as Paige Sawyer narrates a walking tour through Georgetown’s historical district that was laid out in 1729. Then enjoy lunch in one of the many fine restaurants that line Front Street. Following lunch, we’ll join Paige on the water for a two-hour boat tour where you’ll relax on shaded deck seating. Listen, watch, and learn about the nature and history of America’s oldest settled areas, a place where history lives in harmony with the natural world. Vistas of estuary and salt marshes surround you; perhaps a dolphin or a sea turtle will swim alongside the boat, while bald eagles, terns, pelicans, herons, and egrets dance on the wind. Lunch on your own. Departure time is 9 a.m.
Activity level 4.