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Lanzarote: Lobos Island Half-Day Dolphin Watching Trip

Activity provider: Lanzarote Sea Tours

Lanzarote: Lobos Island Half-Day Dolphin Watching Trip

Activity provider: Lanzarote Sea Tours
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From US$ 63.34 per person

Climb aboard a fast boat to explore the beautiful island of Lobos and look for dolphins in the Atlantic Ocean on a half-day trip. Enjoy a picnic with drinks and swim off the unspoiled beaches.

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Duration 5 hours
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Live tour guide
Spanish, English, French
Pickup included
Pick-up possible from, or close to, your hotel. Please note that pick-up starts prior to the official tour starting time of 10:00 AM, as follows: • Playa Blanca: from 08:30 AM • Costa Teguise: from 08:30 AM • Arrecife: from 09:10 AM • Puerto Calero: from 09:20 AM • Puerto del Carmen: from 09:30 AM


  • Visit the stunning island of Lobos on a half-day boat trip
  • Look for dolphins and other marine mammals in their natural habitat
  • Get breathtaking views of the coast of Lanzarote
  • Benefit from some free time to explore Lobos at your own pace
Full description

Benefit from morning pick-up and journey by air-conditioned bus to Marina Puerto del Carmen to board the fast "Biosfera Jet" boat and venture out to sea. Enjoy live commentary on board and be treated to a picnic lunch later. Get panoramic views of the coast of Lanzarote on a 1.5-hour boat trip to the Island of Lobos. Follow the paths of the dolphins that inhabit the area, and look for the lovable creatures along with whales and other marine mammals in their natural habitat. Get detailed information about the wildlife on the way. Upon arrival, explore a small village and its natural pool, and experience the charms of the local life or go for a hike or a swim on the unspoiled beaches.

  • Hotel pick-up and drop off
  • 1.5-hour fast boat trip
  • Live commentary on board
  • Picnic lunch and drinks
    Not suitable for
    • Wheelchair users
    Covid-19 precautions
    Safety measures in place
    • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
    Traveler requirements
    • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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    Important information

    What to bring

    • Passport or ID card
    • Comfortable shoes
    • Towel
    • Sunscreen

    Know before you go

    • When dealing with wildlife, sightings cannot be 100% guaranteed
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.3 /5

    based on 168 reviews

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    Warm clothes are recommended. And earplugs are a most. The constant and awful music almost made us jump out of the adventure as soon as we sat. Luckly we didn't because we saw dolphins on the way to the isla and back. Thankfully, the music was turned off each time dolphins were spotted. The island is beautiful. The snack should have a vegetarian option and beer should not be included as on the way back even with the loud music the burps from fellow travellers were very audible.

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    March 25, 2022

    Nice trip over to to the island and back. Think it should be called Los Lobos Island trip instead of dolphin trip. We did not see any dolphins and we know that dolphins have their own agenda but the advertising is a bit misleading. It was a bit tricky getting on and off the boat because of the large swell, you had to judge with the help of the crew when to step off the boat and onto the steps at Los Lobos. We had a nice time on the island with a picnic we were given but wished it had been longer.

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    March 19, 2022

    Nice excursion, nice and funny guide, although the tour was in English, everything was also explained in French and German. The crossing to Lobos is very relaxed, on Lobos itself you have about 2.5 hours, which is unfortunately far too little. As there is a lot to see and it is a beautiful island. The guide gives you a map and explains that you can climb the volcano and walk around the island in 1.5 hours. I would have liked to see the route marked on the map. On the return trip, we take the speedboat back, which is a lot of fun, especially when the waves are high. Unfortunately we didn't see any dolphins, you can't do anything.

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    March 18, 2022

    Product ID: 97323