We took a day trip to the Santa Cruz Islands, spent 4 hours of kayaking tour. First, we were not sure if we were able to do it since we did not have much sea kayak experience. However, the sea caves were so interesting, we had to go. Our 2 tour guides, one in the front to lead the group, one at the end to make sure none of us behind the group. We passed one sea cave after another, each of them had different shape. The most interesting one was looked like an elephant. We passed the elephant legs without difficulty, but went back by the elephant trunk was challenging, too narrow to maneuver through. Some of sea caves had low ceiling, therefore, your head might hit the ceiling when the wave pushed you up. Some of the sea caves were very large, we found a sea lion was sleeping there. We quickly retreated out. When we passed one corner of the island, the water was rough. It was a good exercise to against the waves to kayak. When we completed the tour, we were so happy because we saw and learned some much and also felt an accomplishment.
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