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Go off-roading in the Canary Islands on an exciting buggy trip through a landscape of volcanos, valleys, and sea cliffs, then open up the throttle to roar down white sand beaches. You’ll see coastal villages and traditional Canary Island architecture along the way, with time to stop for lunch at a local restaurant. This four-wheeling experience includes pickup and drop-off at select Fuerteventura hotels, with the self-drive options that range from one to six people..
Set sail for Lobos Island on this half-day tour from Fuerteventura and experience the natural wonders of Spain’s Canary Islands. Glide around the beaches and bays by catamaran, then stop at Concha Beach to enjoy snorkelling, kayaking, and stand-up paddleboarding. Also enjoy our fabulous spanish paella onboard.
Avoid the busy tourist boats at Puerto Morro Jable, and book a small-group yacht tour around Fuerteventura instead. With a maximum of eight people on board, you’ll enjoy a more intimate time at sea, and have space to move around without any crowds. Make use of binoculars to scour the sea for dolphins or whales, and help the crew manage the rudder if you want to try sailing yourself.
Isla de Lobos Natural Park, with its pristine beaches and clear waters, sits just off the coast of Fuerteventura near Corralejo. Save time waiting in line at the Corralejo pier by booking your boat ride to the park ahead of time, with several departure and return times to choose from. Once on the island, enjoy free time to hike Montaña La Caldera, relax on La Concha Beach, tour an old fishing village or explore the badlands of the interior.
Sail into the sunset with your special someone on a romantic private boat charter to Lobos Island. Departing from Corralejo in the early evening, relax on deck with a drink in hand as your crew navigates through the sparkling turquoise waters. Go ashore at Playa de la Concha to indulge in your choice of water sports, or simply stroll on the beach hand-in-hand. Savor a delicious Canarian dinner on deck paired with wine, champagne and cheese as the sun dips toward the horizon and sea and sky are painted with the rosy hues of sunset.
Leave the Fuerteventura mainland behind—and immerse yourself in the area’s coastal beauty—on this half-day catamaran cruise. Set off in the morning with just a small group for company, and head towards Lobos Island (Isla de Lobos). The boat will anchor offshore, and you’ll have the option to sunbathe, swim, snorkel, kayak and stand-up paddleboard as you wish. Lunch, wine, and refreshments are also served.
Let yourself be seduced by the native flora and fauna that make this island of Fuerteventura a protected natural space and visit the mountain of La Caldera, the Martiño Lighthouse, El Puertito or its crystalline beaches.
See a new perspective on Fuerteventura and its abundant wildlife on this small-group whale- and dolphin-watching boat tour. Pick from multiple convenient tour times, hop aboard your Zodiac boat, and head out on the water. You can admire Fuerteventura’s dramatic coastal scenery, including the Jandía Nature Reserve and the Morro Jable beach. And keep an eye out for whales, dolphins, and other marine life as you go.
When staying on Fuerteventura, take a day trip to neighboring Isla de Lobos with this convenient water taxi. Catch the boat from Corralejo Harbor, and enjoy the scenery on the short, 15-minute ride to Lobos. Once there, the day is yours to do as you please — hike along trails in the island's nature preserve, relax on the beach, or treat yourself to lunch at at a local restaurant.
Experience Lanzarote’s volcanic and wine-growing landscapes on this full-day tour from Fuerteventura. Cross to Lanzarote by ferry and enjoy a sightseeing tour and geothermal demonstrations in volcanic Timanfaya National Park. Explore the La Geria wine region to see its unique, sunken vines and enjoy some wine, and then visit an Aloe Vera museum, Lanzarote's cliffs, and El Golfo lagoon. Includes return ferry crossings, plus pickup and drop-off at select Fuerteventura hotels and resorts.
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