Ocean Views at LA South Bay

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Enjoy stunning ocean views, and explore nearby the aquarium and lighthouse, or take a boat to Catalina Island!

2018 2019
About the Trip

Hostelling International’s South Bay hostel offers a unique experience for troops heading to Catalina Island, or visiting one of the many museums, aquariums and other cultural sights in the Los Angeles area.

HI LA South Bay offers stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and Catalina Island. Your troop may use the large public park beside the hostel for outdoor games and activities, and pay visits to the nearby Aquarium, Lighthouse Museum, or boat launch to Catalina. At HI South Bay, you have the option of booking the property for exclusive use during the off-season, or sharing with other travelers and enjoying the hostel community experience during the Summer months.

Learn more about HI LA South Bay!

Where You Go

3601 South Gaffey Street, Bldg 613, San Pedro, Los Angeles, CA 90731

What to Know

Must be 8 – 17 years old at the time of the event.

Group size between 10 and 50 people.

Adult Leaders/Advisors must accompany girls.

Package pricing is subject to availability.

You don’t have to apply for this event. Just contact the hostel to register and GO! Remember to obtain travel permission from your local Girl Scout council, and to follow all of your council’s travel and activity guidelines.

The Dates

March 2018 - March 2019

What to Bring

  • Comfortable walking shoes and your camera!

The Cost

October – May: $1,400.00/night for exclusive use of the hostel, or $28.00/bed per night.

June – September: $30.00/bed per night

Group size between 10 and 50 people. Two-night minimum stay.

Your stay includes a continental breakfast each morning.

Troops are responsible for transportation to and from the Hostel.

Our Group Sales Team is happy to assist the group with planning tours and activities for the trip. We are here to help!

Contact Information

Alicia Niemeyer, Group Sales
Phone: (619) 338-9981 ext 2; Email: swgroupsales@hiusa.org