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About Catalina Island Jeep Eco Tours in Avalon, California

This is the best way to see parts of the island that most visitors don’t. Catalina is a Jeeping paradise with over 150 miles of roads – many of which are rugged backroads.

The Catalina Eco Tour group knows where to go and their naturalist guides can explain the history along the way too. These adventure tours are operated by the non-profit Catalina Island Conservancy as the roads traverse their lands (88 percent of the island).

It’s not possible to simply rent a car and go see these places yourself. The Safari Bus does use some of these roads to get you to remote beaches like Little Harbor and campgrounds like Black Jack Camp, but they don’t go where the Jeeps do.

Note that you and others in your party must be able to handle the jarring that comes with riding in a 4×4 rig on bumpy roads. It’s great fun for those that like exploration and the views are spectacular. Reserve a spot for your next trip to Catalina.

125 Claressa Ave
Avalon, CA 90704
(310) 510-2595
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Avalon, US
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