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Ocean Kayaking Around Anacapa Channel Islands National Park

This was my first time ever ocean kayaking. What a blast! Certainly this was an unforgettable expiernece for me. We started off ferrying from a Marina in Ventura. The ferry was about an hour and fifteen minutes to our destination. Most of it was pretty calm. Closer toward Anacapa we got to see a beutiful group of dolphins protruding from the waters. Once we got closer to the island, the ferry crew anchored the boat and unloaded all the kayaks. There were a total of about 40 of us, but we split up into groups of three and explored the island separately with a guide to each group. In retrospect, Blue Ocean Kayaking did a great job with everything. I can't think of a single item to complain about. Our first notable landmark we encountered was keyhole rock. It's one thing to see this formation from afar, it's an entirely different experience to sit directly underneath it. There's a small cove behind the formation that allowed us to get up close and personal