Catalina Island Tours, Activities, Snorkeling and Kayak Rentals
Thank you for your interest in Wet Spot Rentals for your Catalina Island vacation.
We have been providing summer fun to Catalina Island visitors since 1991. Kayaking and snorkeling are the things to do on Catalina Island and we are proud to be celebrating our 23rd summer this year.
Being 3rd generation Islanders, we have the opportunity to share the remote beach of Little Harbor. Take our Outback tour or just catch a ride to the beach, the hour drive is amazing and Little Harbor considered one of Catalina’s most beautiful beaches.
We are proud of our island home and love to introduce visitors to its remarkable beauty. Whether you choose a kayak rental, snorkel rental or outback tour, our team and our Catalina Island activities will make your trip unforgettable.
DISCOVER CATALINA ISLAND
Experience the best of Catalina Island on our Little Harbor Outback tour. This unique tour takes you 16 miles through Catalina’s rugged interior to the other side of the island. Our local guide will share Catalina history, local stories and point out wildlife along the way. At the beach you’ll be provided lunch and your choice of activity, everything is included in the tour price. This activity is great for the entire family!
New for 2013 is our Ride to the Beach. This no frills ride will get you to Little Harbor in about an hour. You’ll have a couple hours to enjoy at the beach before the return drive to Avalon. You bring your own supplies and create your own day. Now that’s local style.
Our booth in Avalon is THE place to rent snorkel gear and kayaks on Catalina Island. Located next to the Avalon Boat Landing, we are just a 3 minute walk from Lover’s Cove Marine Preserve. This fish filled bay is the best place to snorkel on Catalina Island.
Paddling the lee shores of Catalina Island is as relaxing as it is invigorating. We offer sit on top kayaks, glass bottom kayaks and stand up kayaks. Paddle over amazing kelp forests and colorful Garibaldi. Glide by sea lion and pelicans. Watch for bald eagle and leopard shark, you never know what you will see when you kayak Catalina Island.