Channel Islands National Park consists of five of the eight Channel Islands located off the coast of California, in the Pacific Ocean. The park is home to more than 2000 plant and animal species. 150 of those species are not found anywhere else in the world. The area also comprises of a budding marine life including whales, dolphins, elephant seals, sea stars, anemones and blue whales.
The site can be accessed by boats and small planes. Tourists navigate the area in kayaks and hiking boots. The park is completely devoid of lodgings, stores or even restaurants, providing individuals with a remote and magical ambience where they can truly disconnect with the rest of the world.
Due to the park being located in Southern California it is sunny, warm and open throughout the year. Which is why each season offers something unique for visitors.
The top 5 best rated things to do in Channel Islands National Park include:
1. Whale Watching