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Explore the five islands off the California coast at Channel Islands National Park, a beautiful destination that’s ideal for watching blue whales playing in the ocean, sea kayaking, and cave exploring. The park accommodates more than 300,000 visitors a year and is also home to a U.S. National Monument and National Biosphere Reserve. It’s located south of Santa Barbara and west of Ventura, the place to enjoy nature at its best and participate in some water activities.
You can start your journey to the Channel Islands with a trip to the Outdoors Santa Barbara Visitor Center in Santa Barbara or head to the Robert J. Lagomarsino Visitor Center in Ventura to pick up maps and learn more about activities. This is also a great destination to enjoy a picnic lunch or enjoy a few days of fishing. Don’t miss the chance to go on a sea cave exploration to explore the underwater caves and caverns around the islands.