Catalina Island is situated off the southern coast California. The majority of the island is owned by the Catalina Island Conservancy. The Catalina Island Conservancy is protecting the natural and cultural heritage of Santa Catalina Island.
Catalina Island offers theatrical panoramas, crystal clear blue waters swarming with a wide variety of marine species and amazing flora and fauna. Catalina's environment variety is formed by streams that create different temperatures and nutrient levels. This unusual union makes the island's waters home to a wide diversity of creatures.
The island has various exciting dive spots such as Cherry Cove, Arrow Point and Blue Cavern´s Point. Scuba divers will encounter here Moray eels, horn sharks, garibaldi, sheephead, blue-banded gobies, anemones and giant sea bass.