Host up to 14 attendees in the elegant surrounds of the Riley boardroom.
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Made with joy in mind
From boating and fishing adventures, history, culinary, and art tours to team and trust-building experiences that invite collaboration, and more.
Go behind the scenes and into the kitchens of beloved restaurants. Immersive cooking classes give groups an opportunity to experience the unique tastes and techniques of Lowcountry cuisine.
Arm your teams for healthy competition with a Polaroid camera, a map, a list of historical locations and a series of tasks to be completed together.
Enjoy the splendor of historic Charleston’s stately homes, gardens and churches as you wander cobblestone pathways. Or opt for an after-dusk “ghost tour” of the city’s shadowy past.
Show your guests where the Civil War began, or take them on a personalized tour of a WWII aircraft carrier. Charleston’s rich military history provides several enticing options.
Explore National Historic Landmarks that preserve the Lowcountry's past while sharing the unique experiences of those who lived and worked there. Plantation tours offer a one-of-a-kind experience.
Practice team building skills by learning the basics of sailing on the Charleston Harbor—and then race your teammates in a regatta.
Collaborate on cocktails. Teams compete to see who can create the tastiest signature drink and concoct the best version of well-known cocktails.
Explore National Historic Landmarks that preserve and examine the Lowcountry’s history, art, and culture.
For small, intimate groups, plan a private tour of Bulls Island—a 5,000-acre wildlife refuge that lies just three miles off the coast of Charleston.
Minutes from downtown Charleston lie miles of sandy, pristine beaches that are beloved by locals and frequented by groups. Our team does the planning so you can sit back and relax.
Have a half day to fill? Let us arrange an in-shore fishing experience for your guests. Looking for a more involved activity? Off-shore fishing is also available for full-day excursions.
Exploring Charleston’s winding rivers and estuaries is a favorite pastime of locals and visitors alike. Take your team on a tour of dolphin-inhabited waters by sea kayaks, sailboat or catamaran.