The 5 Majestic + Mysterious Islands off of Ventura, California

Anacapa Island

Waves and wind have eroded this five mile stretch of a volcanic spine towering three islets with sea cliffs, caves and natural bridges.

With a distinct Chumash history, this set of islets boasts a lighthouse, giant coreopsis, sea birds, tide pools, and kelp forests.

Santa Cruz Island

The largest and most diverse park island is managed by the National Parks Service and The Nature Conservancy.

This boasts a Chumash history with a ranching background that has sea jay’s and foxes on land. There are sea caves along the island too.

Santa Rosa

The second largest island has rolling hills, deep canyons, a coastal lagoon and white sand beaches.  Torrey pines, snowy plovers,  seal rookies and island foxes nest on this island of amazing wildlife worth writing home about.

San Miguel Island

This island is known for being wild, windy and remote.

The isolated beaches host the larest sea lion and seal robberies worldwide

A Cabrillo monument stands tall on the island while the history notes a Chulash ranching island.

We took a boat ride around the islands and it was a good trip.

Hundreds of dolphins ushered us through the islands which was beautiful to see!

Santa Barbara Island

The smallest of the islands have steep cliffs, a grassy mess, and twin peaks.

Island night lizards, wildflowers, and seal rookeries make this rocky beach

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