La Graciosa: Island Cruise with Lunch and Water Activities
- Transportation included
- Skip the ticket line
- Duration: 6 hours
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This trip is great value. Its quite a long day with a trip around the National Park then onto the wine region area. This has a little stop at the shop. You then go onto lunch which is a buffet, not included in the trip price but costs €10 and is very reasonable. The last part is the caves.... really great day. The caves are a teeny trek and there's a bit of 'ducking' but highly recommed to see a whistle-stop of Lanzarote. The guides are chirpy, informative and helpful. We really enjoyed the whole trip.
We booked the half day tour as we only wanted to see the southern part of the island on a tour but due to a lack of numbers owing to the pandemic we were combined with the full day tour. This meant that we had a lunch stop but after the visit to the winery we returned to our hotels with the full day tour completing the remainder of their tour. The communication before the tour was excellent and the tour itself was great, as we expected. Definitely worth the money.
Very impressed with the crew and the health and safety measures put in place re covid 19. 50% reduced capacity to ensure social distancing, use of facemasks and anti bacterial gel is enforced and some activities require you own equipment such as own snorkels etc. The food was excellent, the music onboard a good range and the day is broken up into different sections so it's not just sitting on a catamaran all day.
The tour was excellent, great tour guide & driver, informative, lots of variety. one thing I would check is that they tell you to wait at a specific bus stop, that wasn't in our instructions, it would also help if they described the bus in some way as there are so many, it would just ease the stress.
excellent tour, well organized, fascinating range of sites crammed into one day and a wonderful and knowledgeable tour guide Ludmilla - I learned so much about Cesar Manrique but also about Lanzarote the island and its people