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Santa Catalina Island

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Teresa
Teresa
May 27, 2020
Take the Catalina Express to our local island for a day visit. Plenty to see and do for everyone!
David
David
May 6, 2020
OVERNIGHT TRIP - This is laid-back island life with some great hiking. There are Jeep tours, where buffalo sightings are common, zip-lining, water-sports and much more. The ferry rides take about an hour each way (cost is about $80 RT, PPP) and the drive to a marina to catch the ferry is between…
Celeste
Celeste
February 28, 2020
A 1 1/2 hour boat ride to this Island, located 26 miles across the sea. There are great places to eat, a ZIP line, golf cards for touring Island, Glass bottom boat rides, Famous Wrigley house, Dancing pavillion, Beaches for sun bathing, shops for stuff, and of course walking around places to see. …
Rebecca
Rebecca
January 15, 2020
Take a ferry over to Historic Catalina Island!
Arlene
Arlene
January 4, 2020
This is a day-long trip. The Catalina Express (the boat to get to the Island) is 1 hour and 30 minutes away. Santa Catalina is 20 miles off the Southern California mainland and has a small town, Avalon, that occupies less than 3 percent of the 70-square-mile island. Catalina Island is truly an…

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