Day Trips to the Channel Islands National Park from Santa Barbara Harbor
Santa Barbara is the entrance to the Channel Islands National Park across one of the most biologically diverse bodies of water on earth, the Santa Barbara Channel. Painted Cave is the deepest sea cave on the planet, elephant seals, endemic island fox and a rich history that is home to the oldest human remains in North America. If you didn’t know all of this existed just off the coast of Southern California, you’re in for a treat and Channel Islands Expeditions has you covered for a day trip, or a 5 day Explore.
Channel Islands Expeditions brings you 30 years of experience and an experienced crew on our custom expedition vessels.
Thrilling and Informative Day Trips to the Channel Islands National Park
- Adventure Cove Day Trip (10 hours, all ages) departs Santa Barbara daily 7am
Island Cruise – Easy Kayaking – Snorkeling – Painted Cave
- Painted Cave Kayaking (10 hours, age 14+) departs Santa Barbara daily 7am
Sea Cave Kayaking – All Inclusive – Limited Load (16 or less)
- Sea Cave Kayaking @ EPIC Anacapa (8 hours, age 7+) departs Oxnard daily 8 am
Sea Cave Kayaking – Snorkeling – Wildlife, Whales, Dolphins
Their boats are incredibly well fitted-out, with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, sundeck viewing, plenty of facilities, hot showers, and a large swim decks close to the water.
Full galley services along with Beer, Wine, and Cocktails available on all Santa Barbara Departures.
Looking for a little more National Park? Try the Explore 5 Day – Channel Islands National Park
This is a family orientated 5 Day voyage through the Channel Islands National Park and Marine Sanctuary. It’s like a safari trip on the ocean in California!
If you are visiting Santa Barbara, the Channel Islands must be on your list of things to do. They blend the right amount of thrill, wildlife, and adventure on all of our day and overnight trips.
They are a family company. Click here to learn more or visit their website www.explorechannelislands.com for more detailed information about their destinations, vessels and expeditions.