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Playa Blanca, Lanzarote Marine life

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Lanzarote: Lobos Island Half-Day Dolphin Watching Trip

1. Lanzarote: Lobos Island Half-Day Dolphin Watching Trip

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.

Puerto del Carmen : Catamaran Trip with Water Sports

2. Puerto del Carmen : Catamaran Trip with Water Sports

Board a shared or private catamaran in Puerto del Carmen and head to Playa Quemada. Sit back and relax as you admire the scenic views and enjoy drinks and snacks. Take the opportunity to enjoy snorkeling, standup paddleboarding, kayaking, or more extreme watersports like donuting. Depart from Puerto del Carmen and pass through Puerto Calero on your way to Playa Quemada, enjoying the unique beauty of the Lanzarote coast along the way. Once moored, savor seasonal fruits, cheese, and sausages along with a selection of drinks. Enjoy sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling, or head out on a kayak or standup paddleboard. One of the activity provider's fast boats will follow behind so thrillseekers can use the banana or donut boat as well.

From Playa Blanca: Sailing Tour on a Racing Catamaran

3. From Playa Blanca: Sailing Tour on a Racing Catamaran

Sail around Lanzarote and northern Fuerteventura on this sailing catamaran tour. Have a go at steering and feel as the boat dashes through the water. Have time to swim, snorkel, and relax on the boat near a beach. Head out to sea on an F40 Catamaran from the south of Lanzarote. Meet your skipper, David Vera, and choose the most suitable route depending on the tide, direction, and intensity of the wind. Try out steering the boat and participate in maneuvers during the crossing. Sit back, relax, and take in the island views as the wind rushes past the boat. Next, anchor near one of the beaches, take a break and tuck into the drinks and snacks. Choose to jump off the boat into the clear waters and go for a swim. Use the equipment onboard and explore the marine life with snorkeling and stand-up paddleboarding. Bask in the sun with your friends and family. Finally, head back to the marina in Lanzarote after an adventurous experience.

Playa Blanca: Private Catamaran Tour with SUP and Snorkeling

4. Playa Blanca: Private Catamaran Tour with SUP and Snorkeling

Enjoy a private day trip from Playa Blanca aboard a racing catamaran. Choose from 3 durations setting off from Lanzarote and sailing south towards Lobos Island, north of Fuerteventura. Stop at a beach to swim, snorkel, or paddleboard with the gear provided. Depart from the south of Lanzarote and let your skipper choose the most suitable route depending on the direction and intensity of the wind. Explore the breathtaking beaches and sights of the Canaries along the way. Head to Lobos Island, a largely uninhabited nature preserve that's home to diverse flora and fauna. Enjoy your own food and drinks onboard while soaking in the views. You can participate in the maneuvers, steering the boat. Then, drop anchor near one of the beaches, where you can stop for a drink (at your own expense). Explore the seabed and the unique flora and fauna by swimming, snorkeling, and standup paddleboarding with the gear provided.

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What people are saying about Playa Blanca, Lanzarote

There were no dolphins and it's normal they are not puppets that arrive on request, but there are many other things to see and understand on this beautiful island unfortunately we get landed with a speech in 3 languages (if we can say so) the only thing to remember in this one is where are the toilets, the 3 houses of the village and the beach but nothing on the history of this island and the bust of the important character or the history which could have encouraged holidaymakers to go on an adventure many of them therefore stayed not far from the pier without having seen or understood the essentials

Very good day. We were able to observe dolphins the crew takes the time to find. Small stopover on Lobos islands, nice picnic offered. small village volcano beach. Then return where we could still have observed dolphins but unfortunately the ocean was too rough but we could observe flying fish

Perfect support. The guide speaks in all languages. Too bad we didn't see any dolphins.. but that's nature.. The island of Lobos is superb, it would take more time to visit it but 3 hours is already good!

Great trip just chilling on the boat catching some rays. Staff (Nathan & Sergio) were excellent hosts. Drinks kept flowing & BBQ was really nice too. The boat had kayaks and snorkelling gear. Would recommend.

Highly recommended. Food amazing, Sergio and Nathan brilliant hosts.