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Getting To Catalina, And Good Eating Options

August 10, 2018

  No matter how many times you have been to Catalina, it always stays on your list of getaway options. When visiting, Avalon is the place you will likely end up. Although just a few blocks long, it is thick with cottages, restaurants, bars, fry shacks, and bike rental stands. So we gathered a list…

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Activities On Catalina This Week

July 29, 2018

  With loads of activities happening this week on Catalina, there are plenty of opportunities for vacationers to get in their share of fun before leaving the place. Everything you need for relaxation and fun is right here. We have compiled a list of some of the stuff most people will like. ·        Amazing Scavenger…

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Luxury Cruise Rides To Catalina Island

July 10, 2018

Catalina Island has always been a favorite vacation spot for Californians. Many people from all around the world visit Catalina Island and enjoy its breathtaking turquoise waters and serene ambiance. Though you can see carnival ships dropping hundreds and thousands of adventurists and vacationers to the island, two luxury cruises are lining up to provide…

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About The Two Harbors in Catalina Island

June 22, 2018

If you have never visited Catalina Island, then you are missing out on all the fun. The island offers a whole new world to the visitors. Catalina is one of the Channel Islands, but it is not a part of the Channel Islands National Park. Catalina Island has two main destinations, namely, Avalon and Two…

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Snorkeling While On Catalina Island

June 13, 2018

Snorkeling is one of the most anticipated activities among tourists who arrive on Catalina Island. Lover’s Cove and Avalon Underwater Park especially, are good snorkeling spots for someone who is keen on the prospect. If you haven’t experienced this in warm waters, then you are missing out big! Catalina is perfect for that kind of…

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Almost Forgotten Historic Sites in Catalina Island

June 1, 2018

In the year 1864, the US army sent about eighty-three soldiers to survey Santa Catalina Island as a reserve for the “militant” Native Americans. The plan was later aborted, but the military barracks built in the island remain as a monument to the Civil War and World War II. The US army decided the island…

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The New Trans-Catalina Trail Launch

May 22, 2018

  The Catalina Island Conservancy recently announced the launch of their 37.2-mile Trans-Catalina Trail in the island. This is reported to be the most extensive development of Catalina Island’s hiking trail network since 2009. The trail extension is a project under the Trekking Catalina program by the Conservancy, which aims to develop the island as…

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Catalina Island Museum Premiers Silent Film by Students

May 15, 2018

  Award-winning composer, Michael Mortilla, and the Catalina Island Museum recently offered a rare and unique opportunity for the Avalon High School theater class. Students Curtis Leo, Makenna Lee, and several other students from the class created a new short silent film with the help of their teacher, James Guadagno, and the film was later…

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Popular Summer Activities for Children in Catalina Island

May 3, 2018

  Catalina Island is one of the finest holidaying destinations for families. The island is best to visit during the summer, as it is a suitable time to involve in the many sports and other activities. Catalina Island hosts many activities and programs in July and August, which are especially targeted for children. Most of…

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Catalina Island Conservancy Focuses on Restoring the Island

April 30, 2018

  Catalina Island is home to many rare and endangered species of plants and animals, like the Thread-leaf rock cress and the Catalina Island Fox. The Catalina Island Conservancy is now focusing on restoring the island and Peter Dixon, who is the plant conservation manager of the island, is on the search for one of…

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Catalina Island Museum to Host the 30th Annual Silent Film Benefit

August 22, 2017

The Catalina Island Museum offers an authentic and enjoyable 1920s cinematic experience in their historic Avalon Casino Theater once every year. This year, the Silent Film Benefit of the Catalina Island Museum will feature the first film adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s famous play, Peter Pan. The officials from the Museum have confirmed that Michael Mortilla…

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Various Dates in August – Beach Parties at Descanso Beach Club

August 22, 2017
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