Free cancellation up to 2 days before.
|Languages||English - Spanish - German|
|Number of participants||Minimum 1 person - Maximum 10 people|
What the experience includes
We begin our voyage at the Yacht Club in Pasito Blanco Marina. It just a few kilometres from the main tourist area of Gran Canaria, and the closest marina with private security, private parking and a beach club.
Our first destination is the Meloneras Coast, lined with luxury hotels. The sweeping bay ends with the famous Maspalomas lighthouse, a symbol of the island since 1890. Continuing on our course, we will enter the Maspalomas Dunes Nature Reserve, which is a must-see and a stop where you will discover a paradise of more than 6,000 metres of sandy beach and impressive dunes that can be as much as 20 metres high. From there we will make our way to the Bay of Pajar in Arguineguín where you will see one of the oldest fishing villages on the island. We will drop anchor for a while so you can go snorkelling, stand-up paddleboarding or just relax and sunbathe.
The fabulous sunset on the return journey will take your breath away and, weather permitting, we should get a glimpse of Teide.
Everything you need to know
All our boats and crews comply with health and safety regulations in accordance with the General Directorate of Merchant Marine and the health authorities of the Canary Islands government.
The transfer service is not included in the price, you will have to book it as an extra or go directly to the meeting point.
- Food & drinks
- Crew: Captain and seaman
- Welcome glass of cava
- Typical Canary Island snacks
- Drinks: beer, white wine, soft drinks, water, juice and coffee.
- Snorkelling equipment and stand-up paddleboard
- €50 transfer from the south of the island
- €132 transfer from the north of the island
- €85 German-speaking guide
Stop at: Yacht Club, Pasito Blanco Marina
Stop at: Maspalomas lighthouse
The Maspalomas lighthouse on Gran Canaria (Canary Islands, Spain), is responsible for signalling to ships travelling along the south coast of the island, from the area covered by the Punta de Arinaga lighthouse, to the Punta de Castillete lighthouse in the northeast.
Stop at: Maspalomas Dunes
Maspalomas Dunes is a Nature Reserve on the Canary Islands known for its beauty and the variety of its ecosystems. Protected by the Government of the Canary Islands, its 400 hectares encompass a magnificent beach, a field of shifting dunes, a palm grove and a saltwater lagoon. This mixture of desert and oasis is found on the coast at the southern-most tip of Gran Canaria and is surrounded by the famous hotels of the Maspalomas tourist resort.
More infoWhat to bring
- Beach towel
- Sun-cream and hat
- A light jacket or similar
- Boat shoes or similar with a white rubber sole
Meeting point and return
Cancellation fee of 100% is charged if cancelled 48 Hours or less before the activity.