This is a must for adventure seekers. Just a short ride offshore in the Channel Islands National Park is Anacapa Island. With its rocky shoreline, thousands of birds, and, the best, sea caves that you can take a kayak into. Go with a guide-some are really hard to see even when you are a few feet away. Don't try padd;ing... 更多
This was so cool. This is a must if you like kayaking or even if you're new to it. The caves are really cool. Our guide was wonderful and it was a very memorable trip.
The Sea Caves are accessible by kayak. You can probably rent your own but there are a lot of guided tours that will take you out. They know the lay of the land and whether certain caves can be explored depending on swells and stuff so if you're not experienced, they're a good way to go. The caves themselves are... 更多
My friend and I booked the Sea Cave kayaking tour through Santa Barbara Adventures. I was expecting a relaxing kayak trip through caves, but the kayaking was very strenuous and at times technical. The ocean was rough and we kayaked through waves and "foam tornadoes". We were in a group of 15 kayaker with 3 guides. Most people were in... 更多
We went through the Santa Barbara Adventure company for kayak tours and they were so very organized and helpful in providing us with a totally wonderful day. We booked online, they called to confirm several times to ensure we received notices and messages, and they made it all very easy. We met our guide, Aaron, at the pier. He was... 更多
We have done this trip countless times and the views never disappoint. Kayaking into the caves is one of the most thrilling experiences you will ever have. It's important to be safe, so we always recommend a guide for first timers.
You won't want to miss these gigantic sea caves. Kayaking through them is thrilling but definitely dangerous. Best for more experienced kayakers.
My husband and brother-in-law camped out on Santa Cruz island and rented our own kayaks for the daytime adventuring. The sea caves were quaint but still fun to explore, and be sure you listen to the guide prior to arriving on the island because the water can be tricky to navigate through and it can be dangerous if you go... 更多
Let me start by stating that my expectations of what a "sea cave" actually is was a little off. You paddle through openings in the rock formations and paddle out the other side. They are not long dark caves that you spend longer then a couple of minutes going through. I would recommend checking out the Painted Caves as an... 更多
My wife and I are in our 60's and out to see all the nation's National Parks. We booked a kayak tour of the sea caves from an outfitter out of Santa Barbara, took the ferry out of Ventura, and met our guide, Rye, on the beach. After a brief training we suited up and spent the next four hours... 更多