Cajun Festival Makes Charleston, SC a Spicy Vacation Spot

April 1, 2010


Historic Charleston Tour

If you love Charleston and spicy Cajun food, you’re going to love the combination of the two at the Lowcountry Cajun Festival. This year’s annual festival is taking place on April first at James Island County Park in Charleston, SC. The event heats up with traditional Louisiana Zydeco music and gets hotter with great foods like jambalaya, fried crawfish tails, red rice, alligator, and other delicious cajun foods. Events are planned for people of all ages, so bring your whole family to this fun festival.

While you’re in Charleston for the festival, stay and visit the famous harbors with one of the Charleston Harbor Day and Sunset Sailing Tours. You can choose between a day tour or a sunset experience. Either way, you’re going to learn interesting historical facts about the harbors and get some incredible views of the different ships and shorelines in the area. Take in the sea air and really enjoy the best of Charleston with these great tours.

For a fun nautical twist without having to get on a boat, try the Charleston Pirate Walking Tour. Learn about legendary pirates like Blackbeard and Calico Jack on a one mile walking tour through the historic city of Charleston. It’s a fun tour for people of all ages who enjoy adventures and tales of pirates on the high seas.

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