Biodiverse, beautiful and rich with recreational opportunities — welcome to California’s Channel Islands National Park, one of the least-visited national parks in America.
Accessed via a one-hour ferry ride from Ventura, California, Channel Islands National Park consists of eight rugged, volcanically formed islands that beg to be explored. Having risen from the sea some five million years ago, the islands form not only a unique and isolated ecosystem, but they also harbour the world’s largest collection of sea caves. This makes the Channel Islands ideal for sea kayaking — with a twist. Strap on your helmets, forgo claustrophobia and get ready to discover the sea caves of California’s Channel Islands National Park with Channel Islands Outfitters and explore magazine:
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