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198 Okatie Village Dr.
Ste 103 PMB# 301
Bluffton, SC 29909

Tele: 843-705-7643
Fax: 843-705-7643
Email: info@sfsa.us
Website: www.sfsa.us

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Welcome Global Adventurers!

After years of adventures around the world (hunting, fishing, diving, trekking, safaris, and much more) I thought it was time to share these adventures with others as a consultant or as a guide. Why did I choose our name “Searching for Serendipity Adventures”? My college professor in psychology actually came up with the “Theory of Serendipity” to explain behavior that cannot otherwise be explained. Well that explains it. We search out those “Kodak” moments that become etched in our memories; saved in our photo albums; or even become trophies on our walls. We cannot explain why we did it, but we did it, and we experienced that distinct “thrill” that vibrates throughout our minds and bodies—we discovered “serendipity”.

I am sure that almost everybody dreams of adventures, but they will never get past the “Discovery Channel” unless there is somebody to give them that extra push to “just do it”. When faced with the details: passports; visas; health certificates; languages; airline travel, connections; orientation; physical training; apprehension; and much more, it is usually easier to just sit on the couch and watch YouTube videos. However, when you are in that video yourself at 60 feet on an awesome tropical coral reef; or in the jungle observing a Silver back Gorilla; or landing that monster fish; it is a narcotic, addictive, experience and you find yourself asking when and where is my next adventure? And we will be right there to help you plan your next trip.

So why not let us do the “heavy lifting” in planning so you can enjoy a seamless journey from beginning to back home. We only deal with well recognized outfitters and guides who have proven track records for ensuring customer satisfaction. So give us a shout and we can start you on your “Search for Serendipity”. Robert L. (Bob) Frantz

Former Marine fighter pilot; former international commercial pilot; PADI Master Scuba Trainer; licensed Coast Guard Captain; PhD professor; and someone who is three dimensional-- above, on, or below the surface.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

National Park, which spans the border of Tennessee-North Carolina, ranks #1 as far as natural tourist attractions go.
First, it’s free to enter, and even if you don’t intend to enjoy recreational activities at the park, you’ll be able to enjoy other interesting attractions such as Clingmans Dome observation tower (pictured), the visitor’s centers, and Cades Cove Historic District.
Cades Cove, in particular, is a gem of attraction so, you’ll most certainly enjoy visiting this historic district to learn about pioneer life.