California Travel Adventures include Channel Islands Kayaking


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Mavericks is only accessible during the Big Wave Contest to an elite, hand-picked crowed of about 25 of the top athletes in the surfing world. But In the same bay, adventure travelers can kayak with the outfitters from a Half Moon Bay Kayak Company. Guided tours, hourly and half or full day rentals all provide for an adventure that's more than the armchair experience you only read about when sitting at your computer. It hits the spot for up to a million folks along the California coast who kayak in every bay from San Diego's Mission Bay to Catalina Island's Avalon Bay, Newport Beach China Cove, Huntington Harbour and Sunset Beach, Alamitos and Naples Bays in Long Beach, Venice, Shell Beach, and Capitola by the Sea. Therese are but a few places to enjoy. If you have an extra day, check out Channel Island kayaking, set up by Island Packers out of Ventura or Oxnard. Talk about beautiful waters!
These islands (5 or so islands) that make up the national marine sanctuary of channel islands include dynamic and diverse environments where kayakers and hikers are sure to see seals, sea lions, brown pelicans and the habitat where seagulls raise their young.   Travelers to the region can also soar as free as a bird over the California coast with tandem hang gliding rides in the San Francisco area.

In Humboldt County and the Northern Redwood Coast, kayakers will discover year-round entertainment and adventure at  Klamath River. It's known as a wild river by California's standards, and has Class 2 and 3 challenges (mid-range.) The lower Klamath River arrives at the Pacific Ocean near the town of Klamath, a getaway in rugged, sometimes environs where big trees surround you as you glide through the paces. Beware the Devil’s Toenail and Dragon’s Tooth may get you....More


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