Vacationers will notice a handful of sailboats at every local Outer Banks port, either saddled up to the docks or breezing across the harbor, en route to the nearest sound for a cruise, or to the continent-spanning Intracoastal Waterway to continue a long coastal voyage. Some vacationers are even in it for the long haul, docking for a summer or a winter season at a number of local marinas that offer all the comforts of home. Clearly, sailing lovers of all varieties have plenty of options, but even newcomers to the sport can experiment with life on the water with a local sailing lesson, rental, or waterfront cruise.
Do you love food and eating on vacation? Taking an Outer Banks Restaurant Tour is a great way to try a bunch of different foods for the price of one dinner. Embrace your inner foodie and explore the different gourmet menus the beach has to offer.
Each restaurant tour includes four to six restaurants or markets that are fairly close in proximity to one another. The tour will either be a walking tour, or a driving tour. If you are on a driving tour, you will still move as a group, as the company will chauffer the entire group from restaurant to restaurant. If you are on a walking tour be sure to wear comfy shoes and a hat to protect yourself from the Outer Banks sun!
At each restaurant the head chef or owner will give a brief presentation about the restaurant. You will then be given a sample of the food thoughtfully paired with either wine or beer. There are three different restaurant tours that you can take through Outer Banks Restaurant Tours. Choose between Kitty Hawk, Corolla, and Duck and enjoy the food of each town on the beach. Your inner foodie will be completely satisfied with any of your decisions.