Bison on Catalina Island at Little Harbor

Private Interior Shuttle

Transportation to the Interior of Catalina Island

Private Interior Shuttles are a year-round service providing quick and convenient Catalina Island transportation.  Our spacious Toyota Sienna minivans hold up to 7 passengers with luggage and gear (see baggage policy) & our spacious Toyota 4Runners hold up to 4 passengers with luggage and gear (see baggage policy). Catalina shuttles are based out of Avalon and run 7 days per week.  If you don’t see the time you are looking for please call our main office at 310-510-0342 Monday through Friday 9am - 5pm. Catalina shuttles are based in Avalon, so reservations for pick-ups outside Avalon city limits are highly recommended to guarantee you transportation.

  

Hikers looking to trek the majestic hillsides of Catalina Island can begin their journey by taking a shuttle into the interior and hike back into Avalon. Hikers must obtain a free hiking permit from the Catalina Conservancy. For more information and to obtain your free hiking permit click here: Hiking Permit.

Baggage Policy: Space is limited on the vehicle. All person(s) plus gear must fit inside the vehicle, 250 lbs. max for weight for gear. Gear haul service on island is available (reservations required).

 

For gear haul service please call Catalina Back Country 310-913-9036.

Gear going over the maximum pounds allotted may be charged an extra $100.00 or require a second vehicle (Second vehicle(s) are limited for shuttles, reservations required). To ensure your camping adventure meets all your needs, plan accordingly so as not to have gear left behind.

Catalina airport

Airport in the Sky

Approximately 30 minutes

A perfect destination for a few hours. Catalina's airport also features the DC-3 Cafe, unique shopping and great hiking trails. 

From:

$124

One-way; up to seven passengers

Taxi on Catalina at The Summit

The Summit

Approximately 15 minutes

Take a ride up and walk back to Avalon for spectacular views of the island and the mainland. A great way to experience Catalina Island.

From:

$73

One-way; up to seven passengers

Two Harbors on Catalina Island

Two Harbors

Approximately 1 hour, 20 minutes

Escape to the West End of Catalina Island, where adventures abound, including kayaking, snorkeling and hiking. You'll never forget this unique destination. 

From:

$246

One-way; up to seven passengers

Taxi cab on Catalina Island at Haypress

Haypress

Approximately 20 minutes

A beautiful spot for a picnic, Haypress features a playscape, barbecues and hiking trails. Bison are frequently spotted near the pond. 

From:

$84

One-way; up to seven passengers

Little Harbor

Approximately 45 minutes

One of the most scenic spots on the island and a destination for hikers and campers. An ideal beach day for those looking to escape the crowds. 

From:

$201

One-way; up to seven passengers

Transportation to Blackjack Campground on Catalina Island

Blackjack

Approximately 25 minutes

This popular campground is located in the middle of the island and is a frequent stopping point along the Trans Catalina Trail. Reservations required. 

From:

$116

One-way; up to seven passengers

Interior shuttles are also available to additional locations. If you have any questions about locations not listed on our website please call our main office at 310-510-0342 or email us.

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