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Catalina Island Conservancy, Avalon

Categories: Islands, Educational Sites, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
The Catalina Island Conservancy makes it possible for people to experience the renewing power of nature within its 42,000-acre Nature Preserve, of the world's ecological treasures. The Conservancy's Nature Preserve is one of the largest wild areas in Southern California, and includes the region's longest stretch of undeveloped coastline. The Catalina Island Conservancy is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and is not associated with The Nature Conservancy.
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  • The natural plant life and wild life is breath taking. The golf cart ride is the best way to go.You car see the entire Island and stop and go at your own pace 
  • Was impressed by green growing like weeds around the California desert-like I like the Cactus grows restless as fresh, rough and little rain. (At the end of the tour in a group about 10 head appeared), spontaneously, sometimes appears the bison is touched, it was a very nice time.
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  • The folks here were helpful and knowledgeable of the Island history. We used their transport to the Airport and took a great hike and the map was spot on. 
  • The bus driver that took us to the airport was very nice and full of information about his wonderful island he was brought up in. Definitely coming back.
  • Awesome Jeep tours of the island.
  • Awesome port in the sky! I flew in here on a Piper Arrow thinking the landing would be tricky at about 1k elevation after a flyby and square up, upon normal touchdown the runway appeared to run short up ahead...that was an illusion! If you approach the port normally, it will be ok! Just don't overshoot the end, that would be bad! Takeoffs may be equally scary with the possibility of engine failure at liftoff or just not being attentive to the situation! Make sure to do that walk-around check thoroughly before landing and takeoff!
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