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Oasis Wildlife Fuerteventura Ticket and Optional Camel Ride

1. Oasis Wildlife Fuerteventura Ticket and Optional Camel Ride

Make your way to Oasis Wildlife Fuerteventura and journey through some of the most exciting regions of the world. Discover a refuge that enhances the survival of the ecosystem in a real oasis. See striking flora in various parts of the park and at the only botanical garden on the island. Fall in love with tropical succulents and native plants.  Attend the live demonstrations by sea lions, reptiles, birds of prey and parrots and their handlers, and interact with lemurs and sea lions in the water. Nourish yourself at the park's 3 restaurants and enjoy exquisite cuisine in a unique environment. Follow a route through the park to discover some 3,000 animals from 250 different species. Go on a camel safari at the largest camel reserve in Europe, look into the bright eyes of the curious lemurs from Madagascar or get your photo taken with a friendly giraffe.

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Fuerteventura: Sailing with Snorkeling and Dolphin Watching

2. Fuerteventura: Sailing with Snorkeling and Dolphin Watching

The tour starts with a visit to the harbor to marvel at the beautiful manta rays that live here and watch this beautiful creature swimming along the bottom of the sea floor. After the manta ray viewing, it's time to hop on board your sailing boat for the day for a short briefing of the day’s itinerary. Then it’s time to set sail and leave the harbor, heading out towards the open seas the captain will bring up the sails and turn off the engine. Listen to the radio communications from local fishermen and listen out for sightings of marine wildlife, including dolphins and whales. If they’re in the area, the captain will sail the boat towards them for the chance to take some photos and admire these elegant creatures up close. During the rest of the sail, enjoy the stunning sea views that surround you and soak up the glorious Fuerteventura sunshine. After about 2 hours of sailing, the captain drops anchor and there’s time for swimming and snorkeling in the shimmering blue waters. After your swim, enjoy a selection of tapas dishes made from local recipes and relax with a drink as you sail back to shore.

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Fuerteventura: 4 hours Sailing Tour of Lobos Island

3. Fuerteventura: 4 hours Sailing Tour of Lobos Island

Departs from Corralejo (north Fuerteventura) and set sail for Lobos Island. You will cross the 2 km islet called El Río on the way. As you get closer to the western part of Lobos Island, you will see La Caldera, a half-submerged volcanic mountain, with its black-sand beach. Head north, with beautiful views of Lanzarote Island, until you reach Faro Martiño lighthouse. From there, you turn to sail along the east coast to the south, where you will arrive in El Puertito, with its white fishermen houses immersed in a haven of peace.  Continue until you reach La Concha beach, famous for its paradise-like tranquillity and its turquoise waters where the landscape ebbs and flows with the tide. This unrivalled spot is where the boat will drop anchor so you can enjoy some water activities: feeding fish and snorkelling among them, kayaking and paddle boarding, or just daydreaming while lying in the sun on the catamaran net.

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From Corralejo: Lobos Island Entrance and Snorkel Activity

4. From Corralejo: Lobos Island Entrance and Snorkel Activity

Take a trip on a glass bottom boat and admire the beauty of the island’s tranquil waters and underwater life. Board your tour vessel at 1:15 PM at the harbour of Lobos Island and join your friendly guides on a trip to the sea beds of this little dream spot in the north of Fuerteventura. Start your adventure with a short boat trip (10-minutes) along the south coast of Isla de Lobos, and then, stop to take a relaxing bath for around 25-minutes. During your dip in the luxurious waters, you can feed the fish, swim and/or go snorkelling. Your tour ticket also allows you entrance to the island, letting you explore the small paradise freely. With this trip you will be able to enjoy the sea’s thousand different blue tones, from a clear green turquoise to a more intense blue color that surrounds the protected national park. Under these amazing waters and dancing around your feet, you will get to observe hundreds of fishes and other species of these waters thanks to the underwater view provided by your Glass Bottom Boat. The trip around the southern part of the island, from where you can see the soft orology of Fuerteventura, leads you to the “El Puertito” (little harbour) through the “El Río” (the river) – this name has been given by the locals to the sea arm that separates Fuerteventura from Lobos.

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Fuerteventura: Water Taxi to Lobos Island

5. Fuerteventura: Water Taxi to Lobos Island

After departing from the home port in Corralejo (Fuerteventura), your tour will begin as you cross the inlet separating the island from the islet, an area called El Río (the river). Once having crossed this area, you will reach the inland lagoons located in the south of Lobos Island. Once there, you will venture ashore to El Muelle, where you will be able to enjoy the islet, stroll along the paths, or relax in the calm waters of La Concha Beach. Whilst at this beach, it is recommended that you engage in snorkeling. You will be free to enjoy the crystal-clear waters and a wide variety of marine life, before preparing to return back to port. At the specified time, you will return from El Muelle to the home port in Corralejo, where your tour will conclude.

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Fuerteventura: Trekking Tour Through the North of the Island

6. Fuerteventura: Trekking Tour Through the North of the Island

Cross the north of Fuerteventura whilst enjoying a nature hike through a unique environment. During this Trekking Tour, discover El Calderón Hondo in Lajares village, one of the most well-preserved volcanoes of the island. Climb to the edge of the crater and enjoy the impressive depth of the cone from a panoramic balcony, one of the best views of the north shore and Lanzarote. Walk through fossil dunes and into ravines formed by millions of years of erosion in the natural setting of La Cañada de Melian Canyon.  Next, relax in the typical village of El Cotillo located on the northeastern coast, which offers some of the island's most charming beaches. Visit a local bar or restaurant downtown before walking around the Toston lighthouse to see the ocean and the natural lakes of the north.  Finally, return to your hotel for a rest after this unforgettable day. Be picked up at your Hotel between 9:00 and 9:30 AM and return between 2:30 and 3:00 PM.

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Fuerteventura: Fishing Excursion to Lobos Island

7. Fuerteventura: Fishing Excursion to Lobos Island

Enjoy the convenience of being picked up from your hotel in either Corralejo, El Cotillo, Lajares, Majanicho, or La Oliva. Climb aboard your boat and search for the best fishing spots around Lobos Island based on the weather conditions. Try your hand at bottom fishing and see if you can reel in a big one. After fishing, drop anchor opposite La Concha beach, famous for its tranquility and turquoise waters. Watch as the landscape ebbs and flows with the tide. Enjoy your choice of water activities, including swimming, kayaking, paddleboarding, or snorkeling. Ride a water taxi to El Puerito, a traditional part of the island which boasts stunning blue lagoons. Return to the boat and feed the fish, snorkel, or just daydream while soaking up the sun. Enjoy a fried-fish lunch made from the catch of the day, and papas arrugadas (boiled jacket potatoes) with Canary-Island mojo sauce. Afterward, sail back to Corralejo.

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From Lanzarote: Fuerteventura Day Trip

8. From Lanzarote: Fuerteventura Day Trip

Discover the top Fuerteventura highlights on a full-day tour departing from the Playa Blanca Harbor in Lanzarote. Enjoy a scenic 35-minute cruise to Corralejo Harbor in Fuerteventura. Visit the the village of La Oliva and stop in at the Candelaria church. Admire the church's traditional Canarian architecture dating back to the 18th century. Travel to Tefía and the village of Betancuria, the one-time capital of the island. Enjoy free time to explore the cobbled streets of the village and stop in at a traditional eatery for lunch.  Then continue on to a traditional farm-museum that houses a number of different animals and its own cheese-making operation. Sample some of the delicious locally-produced products before traveling northward along the coast to the Dunes of Corralejo natural park. Pause to take photos of the magnificent sloping dune beaches and turquoise waters. Enjoy free time to explore and get in touch with the incredible nature of another one of the Canary Islands before heading back to Lanzarote.

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Fuerteventura: Private Catamaran Tour to Lobos Island

9. Fuerteventura: Private Catamaran Tour to Lobos Island

After pickup from your hotel in Corralejo, set sail for Lobos Island by catamaran. You will cross the small island called El Río on the way. As you get closer to the western part of Lobos Island, you will see la Caldera, a half-submerged volcano, with its black-sand beach. Continue north to admire beautiful views of Lanzarote, until you reach the Martiño lighthouse. From there, sail along the east coast to the south, where you will arrive in the peaceful fishing village of El Puertito, with its white houses.   Next stop is La Concha beach, famous for its paradise-like tranquillity and its turquoise waters. This unrivaled spot is where the boat will drop anchor so you can enjoy some water activities. Feed fish and go snorkeling among them, try kayaking and paddleboarding, or just relax while lying in the sun on the nets of the catamaran. You will then return to the marina, and be dropped off back at your pickup location.

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Caleta de Fuste: Electric Fat Bike Tour

10. Caleta de Fuste: Electric Fat Bike Tour

Explore Caleta de Fuste with the whole family. Electric bicycles provide the extra power needed to follow the rugged coast towards La Salina and Los Alares and descend into Barranco de la Torre. Pass through canyons and lunar landscapes before reaching the sea at Puerto de la Torre.   Once at Puerto de la Torre, take a swim at the small beach or enjoy a drink or an ice cream at the nearby bar. After the break, the group returns to Caleta de Fuste along the bike path.   This tour covers 25 kilometres of wild, breathtaking coastline and takes approximately 2.5-3 hours. Thanks to the latest generation of E-bikes, riders can adjust the extra power at any given time— making this tour ideal for all levels and the perfect option for a family adventure.

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What people are saying about Fuerteventura

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 336 reviews

Nice relaxed sailing trip with good organization including pick up at the hotel! Have been accompanied by a dolphin school for a long time, which is always an uplifting experience. Small tapas and a delicious glass of wine rounded the whole thing off wonderfully! Conclusion: highly recommended

Nice sailing trip with a personable skipper. Delicious snacks and drinks as you want them. Unfortunately we didn't have such great weather, but José conjured up the sun for us with honey rum and sparkling wine. Would do the trip again and again.

Very nice crew / captain, unfortunately no dolphins seen, but some turtles. Sailing was very nice, we didn't see much while snorkeling.

Easy trip around volcano. Perfect view of the norten part of the Island. Nice day outside the hotel resort. Thank's a lot Pepe

It was very nice. Unfortunately we didn't see any dolphins, but we still enjoyed it very much.