Ever wonder about all those Alligators you see on Hilton Head Island? Our Alligator population likely exceeds 1000 so it’s probable that you will see one of these island residents during your stay. It’s best to watch these native creatures from a distance but if you would like to get up and personal with them, an “Alligator Wine and Cheese Cruise” may be right up your “alligator alley”. Hosted by H20 Sports, you’ll take an early evening cruise through the Sea Pines Forest Preserve. As you journey through the Forest Preserve (enjoying your wine and cheese), you’ll see the island in a whole new light. Few visitors OR residents take advantage the many activities provided on Hilton Head to experience the island’s natural beauty. This is a great way to pick up a little history and explore Hilton Head’s flora and fauna.
For those who prefer to stay on land, The Coastal Discovery Museum is having a “Meet and Greet Reptiles on Hilton Head Island” on December 30th 2013 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. This informal presentation will be held in the Sea Island Room and no reservations are needed.
The most important thing to remember is “Don’t Feed The Alligators”.
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