See Catalina’s Unique Beauty from a Local’s Perspective
Head out on guided land and sea adventures with outdoor enthusiasts, like fourth generation islander Natalie Foote, and explore the scenic beauty of one of Southern California’s most diverse ecosystems.
Hike to Ballast Point
Spectacular views of Cat Harbor on the island’s backside make Ballast Point a favorite hiking destination of locals and visitors alike, and well worth the moderate 1.5-mile climb.
DEPARTS WEDNESDAY - SUNDAY AT 10 AM
Duration: 1.5 HOURS
$20 per person
Kayak to Blue Caverns
Paddle east between Fisherman’s Cove and Bird Rock to the protected marine preserve at Blue Cavern Point, where, if the tide is right, you’ll be able to venture through enchanting caves formed by ancient volcanic activity.
DEPARTS WEDNESDAY - SUNDAY AT 1:30 PM
Duration: 2.5 HOURS
$40 per person
Yoga by the Sea with Jaysea
Refresh your mind and prepare your body for an active day in paradise, with stretching and strengthening exercises led by pioneering yoga instructor Jaysea Devoe. Open to all ages and fitness levels. Yoga mats provided on a first come, first serve basis.
DAILY AT 9 AM
Duration: 1 HOUR
$15 per person
About Jaysea Devoe
Born in La Jolla, California, Jaysea completed her 200-hour teacher training and became the youngest certified female yoga instructor in the United States at age 12. Her achievements have been featured in Reuters, the New York Times and many other publications. In addition to her yoga practice, Jaysea is the founder of SeaVibes, a youthful women’s yoga brand centered on the surfing and stand up paddle boarding lifestyle.
NOTE: Land and sea adventure are subject to change based on weather, season and other factors. Due to the island’s topography, most hikes will involve some moderate uphill climbs.