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Catalina Island Hike and Kayak

Trip cost: Call for details

Inclusion
Hiking and kayaking program
Kayaks for the paddling portion
2 professional guides throughout
2 nights camping on the island
Tents, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, private toilet
Camp staff and cooks
Meals where indicated in itinerary
All applicable taxes and resort fees
All park permits and fees
All transfers on the island

Exclusions
Transportation to the island (Helicopter or Ferry)
Commercial flights
Meals not indicated on itinerary
Communication costs
Travel insurance
Tips
Alcoholic beverages
Items of a personal nature
Dates
Contact us to arrange private or group departures.

Note
Minimum age: 10
Difficulty level: Moderate
Private & customized trips are available for any date

Transportation

There are several ways to get to Catalina Island. We ask that you arrive into Avalon no later than 10:00 AM on the morning of your first day. The ferries leave regularly from several ports along the Southern California Coast. There is a helicopter transfer as well that departs from Long Beach terminal. Detailed information is listed below for transportation.

Ferries

Catalina Express Depart from Dana Point, San Pedro and two Long Beach locations. Schedule varies per departure location. Please note that only San Pedro port has scheduled arrivals into Two Harbors.

Phone: 800.481.3470

Web: www.catalinaexpress.com/scheduleFares.php

Catalina Flyer Departs from Newport Beach and goes to Avalon regularly throughout the year.

Phone: 800.830.7744

Web: www.catalinainfo.com

Helicopter

For a scenic trip over the channel we recommend the helicopter ride from San Pedro to Pebbly Beach. The helicopter departs at scheduled times and takes approximately 15 minutes over the channel. To reserve your space on the helicopter ride please visit www.islandexpress.com.

If you have questions regarding transportation please call our office at 858.356.9411