Tour Guide

INFORmation about Santa Catalina Island

By Malvika Kashyap

Lake Guide Team

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Santa Catalina Island is a beautiful place to visit. It has many natural wonders, great restaurants and bars, and lots of history

Whether it's your first trip or your fiftyth, Catalina Island's fascinating past and distinctive appeal entice visitors to return time and time again.

Catalina Island, the southernmost of California's Channel Islands, is located about 22 miles south-southwest of Los Angeles.

Two settlements, the incorporated city of Avalon on the east end of the island and the unincorporated community of Two Harbors on the west end, make up the entire island.

From Newport Beach, Dana Point, Long Beach, or San Pedro, you can ride a passenger ferry. Additionally, you have the option of travelling there by private aircraft or boat.

The Airport in the Sky on Catalina Island is perched 1,602 feet above sea level on a mountainside. For information on mooring near Catalina Island, see our boating section.

According to descriptions of the island's weather, it has a pleasant subtropical climate with warm temperatures all year long.

Catalina Island is a popular destination for people who enjoy the outdoors and water sports, but the island also has some outstanding dining options.

Catalina offers underwater excursions with its stunning blue seas and intriguing marine life. ------------------

You can do outdoor adventure, go for food & drink, visit national parks, aquariums & zoo etc with family.

Santa Catalina Island is a beautiful place to visit. It is located off the coast of California, United States of America. Read in detail about it before visiting.


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