Things To Do In Charleston

Bikram Yoga Charleston – Up to 71% Off

Bikram Yoga Charleston

Multiple Locations

$120 $35

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Physically challenging yoga classes meet in 105-degree practice spaces with 40% humidity, promoting healthy bodies and focused minds

Up to 53% Off South Carolina Reggae Jerk Festival

South Carolina Reggae Jerk Festival

Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

$80 $39

Wine tastings and live reggae music complement bites of jerk chicken during outdoor festival stationed in blooming gardens

Up to 55% Off Historic Walking Tour

Old Walled City Walking Tours

Charleston

$40 $19

Local historian leads walking tours along Charleston's cobblestone streets while narrating stories about people & events that shaped city

39% Off Flyboarding from Hydrofly Watersports

Hydrofly Watersports

Charleston

$140 $85

Customers take a boat out to a floating tiki hut, where a certified flyboarding instructor teaches how to hover up to 20 ft above water

Up to 50% Off Horseback Trail Ride

Stono River Riding Academy

Johns Island

$130 $69

Explore 360 acres of trails and nature preserves from a horseback perch while a local guide narrates the trip

50% Off Flyboard Lesson

We Deliver Water Sports

Beaches

$299 $149

Attached to a rider's feet, water-propulsion nozzles lift riders into the air to soar over the water and dive beneath the surface

Up to 62% Off BYOB Painting Classes

For the Love of Art

Charleston

$90 $39

Two- to three-hour instructor-lead classes include supplies; you may bring wine, beer, and snacks from home

Up to 53% Off Sailboat Outings

Sail South Carolina

Harleston Village

$350 $175

Expert captain mans a 43-foot sailboat during customized expeditions at sunset or during the day

Up to 57% Off from Old Charleston Walking Tours

Old Charleston Walking Tours

Charleston

$37 $17

Guides spend up to two hours leading groups through Charleston’s historic and haunted sites, such as old graveyards and battlegrounds

Half Off Disc Golf at Trophy Lakes

Trophy Lakes

Charleston

$20 $9.99

Players toss rental disc on 18-hole course with two tee boxes per hole

Up to 53% Off from Civil War Walking Tours

Civil War Walking Tours

Historic Charleston Foundation Bookstore

$40 $19

History expert and reenactor leads Civil War tour of city, sprinkling in first-person narratives and period photographs

Up to 53% Off Pirate or Ghost Walking Tour

Walks in History

Multiple Locations

$40 $19

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Authors of historical books guide tours past former hideaways of pirates and current haunts including a Revolutionary War graveyard

94% Off MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass

MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass

Multiple Locations

$350 $20

Instructors encourage full-body results in a variety of fitness classes supplemented by a success guide and nutritional coaching

Solust Summer Solstice Music Festival – Up to 51% Off

Solust Summer Solstice Music Festival

Legare Farms

$200 $99

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The Dirty Guv'nahs, Huey Mack, Robby Hunter Band, and other local and national acts fill a sun-loving festival

Up to 48% Off Charleston Harbor Tour from Hydrofly Watersports

Hydrofly Watersports

Charleston

$110 $65

Tours explore harbor sights such as Fort Sumter, Morris Island, and Yorktown Battleship; expect to spot dolphins, pelicans & native wildlife

Alabama – Up to 44% Off Country-Music Show

Alabama

Family Circle Stadium

$76.75 $43.35

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One of the best-selling country bands of all time treats fans to a set of favorites, including "Mountain Music" and "Tennessee River"

Up to 57% Off Golf Lessons at Executive Golf Links

Executive Golf Links LLC

On Location

$65 $30

Solo golfers or groups employ the wisdom of a golf pro to hone skills and improve swing mechanics

Up to 81% Off Paintball Package

Paintball Promos

Mt. Pleasant Paintball

$40 $10

Paintball Promos packages includes admission to area field and all necessary equipment

Up to 48% Off Gym Membership

Eco Fitness and Blue Turtle Yoga

Multiple Locations

$75 $39

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Yogis lead classes in a range of traditions, including restorative hot yoga; studio also offers group fitness, cycling, and barre classes

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Captain John Ward Jr. presides over Affinity Charters’ trio of seaworthy vessels, which slice through Charleston Harbor’s surging whitecaps during boat tours, charters, and fishing trips. Ward Jr. holds a 100-ton Masters License from the U.S. Coast Guard, and his overarching goal is to provide guests with experiences that are safe, exciting, and productive.

During fishing trips, Captain Ward Jr. taps his more than 25 years of experience navigating Charleston's aquatic arteries to usher fisherpeople through the nutrient-rich ecosystem. Attendees cast their lines for numerous seasonal species, including sea bass, Spanish mackerel, and the increasingly rare leather boot.

Dolphin-encounters tours put seafarers face-to-bottlenose with an undulating army of slick-skinned mammals splashing through their natural habitat. Alternatively, information-hungry patrons can climb on board for an eco tour, where Captain Ward Jr. imparts facts about the harbor’s ecological ebb and flow, as well as its vibrant panoply of blacktip sharks, barracudas, and mer-senators. The harbor and sunset cruise allows drifting duos to observe the sun’s incandescent descent into a kaleidoscopic loch of rippling reds, oranges, and yellows, which glint off of downtown Charleston.

1771 Clarks Hill Cir
John's Island,
SC
US

During the day, the Charleston Charter and Yacht fleet can be seen navigating the Atlantic ocean, racing to sites like Klawah Island, Fripp Island, Hilton Head Island, McClellanville, or Georgetown. But during the evening, the boats rock gently in the harbor, while inside their cabins, guests enjoy the amenities of staying in these unique, on-the-water suites. Beds, showers, living rooms, and entertainment centers can all be found in the galleys of the luxury boats, providing guests with an alternative to staying in land-bound hotels or learning how to sleep-float.

95 Ripley Point Drive
Charleston,
SC
US

Charleston Sailing School provides sailing instruction helmed by experienced and certified captains and conducted within newly minted sea vessels. An Intro to Sailing class tours Charleston Harbor from within 25-foot Catalina sailing boats and teaches students the basics of sail rigging, steering, and waterway etiquette, imparting that words such as "luff" and "spinnaker" are more than just comic-book sound effects. Led by a salty crew of ASA-certified instructors, each with at least five years experience sailing the briny deep, Charleston’s classes are limited to four junior mariners apiece to allow for speedy headcounts after suspicious splashes and to ensure that everyone gets personalized instruction and enough time at the mast.

818 Dills Bluff Rd
Charleston,
SC
US

Aromas specializes in providing the best Asian, Thai, and American-inspired cuisine all in one comprehensive restaurant setting. Machete your way through the tough outer hull of its menu to reveal the delectable, savory fare within. Burgeoning grumbles can be quickly sated with an appetizer of larb, a dish of minced chicken or steak with ground rice, onions, and Thai spices served cold with a cabbage wedge ($6.95). Chow down on some Americana with Aromas' low- country fried shrimp, served with a house salad and ranch, bleu cheese, or balsamic vinaigrette dressing ($9.95), or combine both Southern and Eastern classics with a crispy fried basil catfish, with basil leaves, onions, and bell peppers in a brown Thai sauce ($13.95). The creamy fried ice-cream dessert ($4.95) is a much tastier end to a meal than devouring fried snow or frozen chicken. Aromas' downtown location is just one block from the historic Market Place and is stocked with a friendly, knowledgeable staff, making it a perfect place to launch an outing, cap off an evening, or open a rift in the fabric of time itself.

50 E Bay St
Charleston,
SC
US

• For $39, you get a two-hour kayak tour (an $80 value). • For $89, you get a three-hour kayak lesson (a $180 value).

Bohicket Rd.
Charleston,
SC
US

Sol Surfers employs a stable of experienced instructors to provide wave-riding guidance to students of all ages and skill levels. A two-hour private lesson can cover the basics of catching waves and balancing on the board, and more experienced riders can work on advanced cuts, develop their fine control, and learn how the pros hang all the way to a baker's dozen. Emphasizing safety first with ocean-going fun as a close second, Sol Surfer's watery sages introduce students to an exhilarating yet relaxing workout and a useful skill to have in tomorrow's dystopian water world. Pristinely maintained equipment is provided by Sol Surfers for all students, but students are also allowed to bring their own boards from home.

800 East Ashley Avenue
Folly Beach,
SC
US