Jeep Eco Tour - Where Exploration Meets Educational
It's time to buckle up and get ready to traverse over 200 miles of rugged terrain with a naturalist by your side, who will drive you through remote regions of Catalina Island that most visitors never experience. Zip along dirt roads where you'll spot bison, bald eagles and fox, as well as rare and exotic fauna and historical sites. During your two or three-hour tour, you'll witness the island's most diverse and unreal landscapes. Your tour guide will also offer up fascinating tidbits and history about the island and its inhabitants. Embark on a great outdoor adventure on Catalina Island.
$80.50/two-hour tour; $120.50/three-hour tour.
What’sincluded in the jeep tour?
A Catalina Island Conservancy naturalist will drive you through the island’s varied and less-visited terrain, where you may get to encounter some of the island’s most beautiful wildlife such as the American bison, foxes and bald eagles, as well as unique plants and historical landmarks. The two-hour tour travels from the airport and back, while the three-hour tour will visit even more natural island environments.
What should I wear on a Catalina jeep tour?
Tour participants should wear comfortable clothes. Closed-toe shoes with a low heel are encouraged. You’ll want to consider that you’ll be riding in an open-air vehicle, so you may want to wear a hat or bring sunscreen with you. On cooler days it’s a good idea to bring a sweater or jacket.