In the 1920's 14 bison came to Catalina Island for the filming of a feature film. They were allowed to stay and have become an integral part of Catalina Island. Cared for by the Catalina Island Conservancy, the herd, now around 100 bison, roam wild within Catalina Island's vast wildlands. Several of our island tour companies offer tours of the interior where you can view bison, Catalina Island fox and American Bald Eagles.
- 708 Crescent Ave.
- 310-510-2595 ext.0
Wheel into the Wildlands! With access to over 165 miles of paved and unpaved raods, our naturalist-led Eco Tours allow you to explore parts of Catalina Island no other outfitter can reach. Whether you are hoping to learn more about the Island’s rich history, see some of our…
- 150 Metropole
- (877) 778-8322
More than two dozen land and sea adventures, including: Descanso Adventures Zip Line Eco Tour: Starting 600 feet above Descanso Beach Club, you’ll enjoy sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean as you zigzag across the canyon and through the trees on five separate lines at speeds…
- #1 Cabrillo Mole
- (877) 510-2888
See the Best of Catalina By Land and By Sea! Whether you are looking to learn about the history, wildlife, or ecology of Catalina, or simply to getaway for some island time, our excellent tours by land and by sea narrated by expert guides raise the bars a whole notch for Catalina…
- 228 Metropole Avenue
- (310) 510-0342
Experience Catalina's rugged terrain and unique wildlife on these private tours through Catalina's interior. Take a private tour with us and explore the wild side of Catalina Island. Your personal guide will pick you up in a 5-passenger open-air Jeep and show you picturesque…
$10 Off Catalina Island Ferry
Hop onboard the Catalina Flyer for daily ferry service from Newport Beach to Avalon, Catalina Island in just over 1 hour.
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