Learn about Myrtle Beach history, nature and wildlife on an exciting Jeep tour. These three-and-a-half-hour tours will take you to the Atlantic Flyway, where you can spot alligators and local birds, a 300-year-old plantation house, the Waccamaw River and more. Plus, tour guides tell of local ghost lore near haunted graveyards. This tour is absolutely perfect if your family needs a break from lazy beach days, shopping and seafood. And although your kids will learn a thing or two about the interesting history of Myrtle Beach, the tour feels less like school and more like a safari — so we doubt anyone will get even close to bored.