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Channel Islands National Park

Consisting of five rugged islands off the coast of Southern California, Channel Islands National Park is often referred to as "America's Galápagos" due to its unique plants and animals. Accessible only by boat, the islands offer solitude and an array of activities like hiking, snorkeling, and kayaking.

Top Feature: Anacapa Island's Arch Rock

Fun Fact

The tiny Channel Islands are home to over 2,000 plant and animal species, of which 145 are found nowhere else in the world.

  1. The park is only accessible by park-authorized concessionaire boats or planes.

  2. No lodging or food are available on the islands.

  3. You must bring all your own supplies.

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