The most popular Channel Islands are:
Anacapa Island has peace, tranquility, ample camping, and two miles of hiking trails, as well as numerous rocky archways to explore via kayak.
Santa Cruz Island is larger than its brother Anacapa, and boasts one of the largest and deepest sea-caves in the world – Painted Cave. A favorite island for campers, bird-lovers, and kayakers, Santa Cruz is a popular choice.
Santa Catalina Island is Los Angeles’s preferred Channel Island as it lies just off the harbor. Catalina is also the only Channel Island with a permanent human settlement on it. The little town of Avalon routinely captures people’s hearts, and families enjoy the days lazing on the beach or biking around the islands dusty trails.
Tours & Tickets
Kayak the volcanic sea caves at the Channel Islands National Park with professional guides. Each group is roughly 8 people, in either single or double kayaks, ... Read more
Duration: 1 day (approx.)
Snorkel in the amazing kelp forests of the Scorpion Marine Reserve! Enjoy a healthy lunch, and then hop onto kayaks for a sea cave exploration to Cavern Point ... Read more
Duration: 3 hours (approx.)