What better way is there to learn about the beach than by participating in a tour? Outer Banks tours offer something to satisfy the nature lovers, horse fanatics, environmentalists, historians and explorers. Most of the tours happen outdoors, like a jeep trip to find Corolla wild horses and a trek through the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge. But if it’s a rainy day and you have your heart set on touring somewhere, don’t fret – you can tour through the historic estate, Whalehead, or visit the North Carolina Aquarium. Several of these Outer Banks tours are self-guided so you can move at your own pace and visit exactly what you want to see. In order to ensure that you get the most out of your tour, self-guided walking tour books are available in towns throughout the beach. Imagine touring around a farm that gives you an idea of what beach life was like in the 1800s, visiting a nationally protected seashore and spotting a black bear all during your beach vacation! Thanks to the available Outer Banks tours, you won’t have to imagine this much longer before you can actually do it.
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