For those of you who think you might find the Outer Banks tame, think again. Outer Banks off-roading activities give you a rugged and adventurous way to explore the beach’s environment. You might want to take a tour that involves off-road traveling so you can better see the Corolla wild horses and other species local to the area. Away from the road, you’ll get a glimpse of a less-developed side of the Outer Banks where flora and fauna flourish, and your tour guide provides you with interesting facts about the environment and answers any questions. If you’d rather have a self-guided exploration of the area, several companies rent vehicles suitable for off-roading adventures. If you plan on driving on the beach, make sure you obtain a permit to do so beforehand and that it happens between October 1 and April 30. Check out the listing below to learn of the Outer Banks off-roading activities you can enjoy while vacationing.
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