Catalina Island: A Destination For Fun
By Deb Flomberg
One of the best things about living in California is the sheer number of different things to do every weekend. No matter what you enjoy doing, you can find a great destination in the area to do it. In fact, there is even one very special destination island in California to enjoy. For a very special weekend, why not escape for a weekend to a luxurious hotel on Catalina Island? Even the trip to the island can help you relax, as there are so many fun and opulent ways to get there.
Start your trip to Catalina Island by hopping in your S63 AMG Sedan from Mercedes-Benz of Encino to enjoy a luxurious drive to one of many different ways to get to the island. You can park and jump on one of a number of different ships or charter your own yacht to take you there. Or for something even more special, you can even take a helicopter or a private plane to the island.
Once you arrive, prepare for a leisurely weekend filled with comfort and relaxation. Catalina Island offers a number of fantastic boutique hotels or bed and breakfasts to enjoy for a night or even a few nights. Then start planning your adventure. Try scuba diving or snorkeling or go para sailing or tubing. You can even have an undersea adventure at Sea Trek, or go on a glass bottom boat tour.
If you aren’t as big a fan of the water, then go zip lining or play 18 holes at some of the most beautiful golf courses in the country. Go on a walking tour or rent a couple of bikes or segways. Or just try out the bubble rollers, that allow you run and walk on water without getting wet. Clearly, there are myriad ways to have fun on California’s only destination island.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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