Atlantic Adventure, Lanzarote day trip,Corralejo,FuerteventuraHot
Come and experience a fabulous adventure. You may see Dolphins and you may like a refreshing swim by the ‘Playa Papagayo’ Natural Park.We offer lots of fun for the kids, such as face painting and a selection of games.We pick you up by coach from hotels/collection points in Fuerteventura, bring you to Corralejo, sail you to Lanzarote by ferry where you board Princess Ico for the Atlantic Adventure. We then return you to Fuerteventura and back to your hotel/drop off point.
Alternatively make your own way to Corralejo Harbour, at the far end and be there no later than 10:15
Atlantic Adventure, Lanzarote day trip is located in Corralejo, Fuerteventura.
The busy tourist town of Corralejo is located on the coast in the north of the island in the municipality of La Oliva. The old town is based around the harbour, which was originally used by local fishermen, and now has a marina, and a ferry terminal. From here you can take the ferry to the nearby island of Lanzarote, passing the island of Los Lobos on the way, which you can also take a ferry to. Apart from the hundreds of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, hotels, villas and apartments some of the island's finest beaches can also be found here. There's eleven kilometres of top quality sand that stretches along the coast south of Corralejo where there are sand dunes.
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There was a free buffet on the glass bottom boat (chicken, chips, various salads, bread, crisps etc) with unlimited beer, sangria, soft drinks, tea, coffee, water, juice etc, throughout the trip. When the boat anchors in the bay they take those who want to go to the beach by boat, and bring them back a couple of hours later at no extra cost.
There's plenty of fish to be seen both from the boat and in the water, there was bread on the back of the boat in a bucket, just throw some in and you will see. if there's no bread don't be afraid to ask as they are very friendly and helpful. Also there's masks, and snorkels available at no extra cost, if swimming watch the tide as it can be quite strong at times. For those more daring it's not a problem to dive off the top of the boat (ask them to open a gate if they haven't already done so), which is nice and refreshing once you've baked in the sun for an hour or so.
When you arrive in Lanzarote, both on the way there, and on the way back you have around 45 minutes to go for a beer or coffee and browse the gift shops.
Just take a towel, and plenty of sun protection, and take some stale bread to feed the fish at Corralejo where you get on the boat.