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Video Post: Sea Kayaking California’s Mysterious Channel Islands


Volcanic islands create the world’s largest collection of sea caves — and we’re going to explore them via sea kayak. Interested?

In This California Video You Will Discover:

  • Ethereal Kelp Forest
  • Claustrophobic Sea Caves
  • Marge Simpson (You Read That Right)

You haven’t been to California’s Channel Islands National Park. You probably haven’t even heard of it. Bold statements? Maybe — but the fact that these fascinating islands are within 100 km of 18 million people, yet remain one of America’s least-visited national parks, means what I’ve said is probably true.

It’s a double-edged sword — first, with visitors comes habitat degradation, so perhaps it’s good that CINP is off-radar. But that means so many people will miss out on exploring sea caves via kayak, hiking to bluffs with endless views and camping beneath a sky glowing with stars. My wife and I took a tour with Channel Islands Outfitters this summer. Wanna see what we did?

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About the author: David Webb is a Vancouver, BC-based travel writer, photographer and magazine editor.

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