glass bottom boat tours


Discovery Tours
P.O. Box 737
Avalon, CA 90704
Fax 310-510-2194
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Glass Bottom Boat Tour
Board a glass bottom boat and venture over to Lover’s Cove Marine Preserve, where colorful fish and marine plants thrive among kelp forests. Advance reservations are required for groups and recommended for individuals. 310.510-TOUR (8687)
See Also Land Activities - City Tours, Water Activities - Semi Submersable Tours, Land Activities - Interior Tours, Water Activities, Land Activities - Hummer / Jeep Tours, Land Activities - Casino Tour (Architecture Tour), Land Activities - Wildlife Viewing, Land Activities - Zipline, Water Activities - Snuba, Water Activities - Wildlife Viewing Tours

Member Since 1992

Wet Spot Rentals, Inc.
120 Pebbly Beach Road
P.O. Box 231
Avalon, CA 90704
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WET SPOT RENTALS - Glass Bottom Kayaks
Rent a Glass Bottom Kayak from Wet Spot Rentals for a self-guided tour through Lovers' Cove Marine Preserve. A short, easy paddle from our booth near the Avalon Boat Landing, you will be paddling over amazing kelp forests and garibaldi in no time. Kids love to feed the fish from their own jump seat in these single kayaks while an adult paddles. Open daily April through September. 120 Pebbly Beach Rd, (310)510-2299,
See Also Water Activities - Kayaking, Water Activities - Snorkeling, Water Activities, Water Activities - Watercraft Rentals, Water Activities - Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP)

Member Since 1991

Catalina Adventure Tours
#1 Cabrillo Mole
P.O. Box 797
Avalon, CA 90704
Fax 562-435-9464
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CATALINA ADVENTURE TOURS, INC. Yellow submarine. Glassbottom boat. Seal rocks. City & interior bus tours. Special group/senior/combination packages available. Call or visit our website for more information. 877-510-2888 or 562-432-8828.
See Also Land Activities - Interior Tours, Land Activities - City Tours, Water Activities, Water Activities - Semi Submersable Tours, Water Activities - Wildlife Viewing Tours, Land Activities - Wildlife Viewing

Member Since 1992

A Catalina Island fisherman invented the first glass-bottom boat tours in 1896.