If you are looking for a journey by land and sea, consider Catalina Island! Catalina Island is one of California's Channel Islands, located southwest of Los Angeles. The waters surrounding Catalina Island are home to many diverse and beautiful species of whales, dolphins, and porpoises. 

Once you reach the island, you can set up camp on at Two Harbors. Once camp is set-up you will get a chance to explore the surrounding hillsides, crashing waves, secluded beaches, unique wildlife, and a complete hiking trail network to get you anywhere you want to go.


Sea Kayaking & SUPing: From the bay in Two Harbors we will rent sea kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards to explore the coast of the island. 

Hiking: You can spend an hour or a day hiking to spectacular 360 view points from the top of the island or finding secret secluded beaches along the base. There is 

Marine Life: As you take the boat across the 24-mile stretch of sea, look out for the largest living mammals on the planet today blue whales!! Our groups have had the thrill of spotting these benign and humongous sea creatures at close range. It is an unforgettable experience.


Snorkeling: Take some time to check-out the amazing life underneath the surface of the water. There are many spots throughout the island that you will be able to put on your snorkeling gear and dive into the water. Who knows what you will find?

Give Back: Spend the day volunteering with the Catalina Island Conservancy that was created to protect and restore Catalina Island.

Catalina Island

Season: May - September

Length:5+ Days

Start Location: LAX or Burbank, CA

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What's Included:

Professional, experience guides who love working with students at a 1:6 ratio

Healthy, Organic, Tasty meals and snacks

All Outdoor Gear 

Round-Trip Ground transportations beginning @ the destination airport

Pre-trip Risk Management/Orientation Call


Customized Itinerary

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