Eco Tours of South Mississippi

Gautier, MS

Where are we going?

Eco Tours of South Mississippi
2500 Stine Road
Gautier
MS
39553

228 297 8687

What is there to do?

Mississippi is known for a few amazing things: Cajun cooking, alligators, amazing music, that Southern hospitality and those infamous swamps!

Eco Tours of South Mississippi is a great way for the family to be introduced to this amazing natural wilderness that calls Mississippi home. They can offer interpretive tours - from 2 hours to 3 days / 2 nights in the Pascagoula River swamp. Did you know that the Pascagoula River is the longest unimpeded river in all of the lower 48? It flows 80 miles from Mexico, and lucky for you into Mississippi!

The wildlife in the area is amazing, and one that Eco Tours of South Mississippi will tell you everything you need to know about the creatures and their habitats! From those snap happy alligators, to migratory birds including pelicans, herons, egrets, and even those iconic bald eagles. There are also over 300 species of plants which include wild lilies and orchids - all of which enhance the beauty of the bayou and definitely a great reason for you to bring your camera!

There are a number of tours that you can choose from. From the 2 hour and 4 hour tasters to whet your whistle, to a full day tour to really introduce you to all the natural habitats of these amazing cypress swamp and salt marshes.

If you want to really go all out, there is an amazing three day / two night adventure you can have in a remote cabin among the cypress knees and lily pads. Be surrounded by an amazing wilderness. 

This all-inclusive stay will also take you on guided kayak tours and cruises in those classic Boston Whaler motorboats which are operated by your very own seasoned captain. Pretty impressive!

You can also custom make your trips if you like, or enjoy a sunset cruise. 

Get back into nature! 

How much does it cost?

Adults: Tours from $25

Children: Same as adult

Discount: Discounts for more than 2 people

LAST UPDATED 2015

Need a little extra help?

Give them a call to see what accessibility they have for anyone with disabilities.

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When can we go?

Hours vary on season. Winter/Fall 9am, 12pm and 2:30pm Fri - Sun. 2:30pm Mon - Thurs

All year round.

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Any top tips?

Make sure you take sunscreen, a hat, glasses, binoculars, camera, and appropriate outdoor clothing.

I’m Hungry!

They provide the meal and snacks for any overnight trips!

Healthy Eating

If meals aren't included in your tour, then take some snacks. They will always provide the water.

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