I Love Sunset Lanzarote Catamaran Cruise
Excursions & day trips

I Love Sunset Lanzarote Catamaran Cruise

4.5/5
Excellent
Based on 20 reviews
from
£42.00
Free cancellation
language
Language: German , Spanish , English , French
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Mobile voucher accepted
duration
Duration: from 2 hours to 4 hours
Do this because
  • Catamaran sunset cruise
  • Romantic views of Lanzarote coastline
  • Enjoy canapés and a mojito
What to expect

Lanzarote's colours radiate beauty at any time of the day, but they're on a different level come sunset. This two-hour-long cruise takes to sea at the best time of the day. Sip on a sweet and tangy mojito as you enjoy Mother Nature's show from the decks.

After pick-up, you'll head to Puerto del Carmen to hop on a catamaran. Nurse your mojito as we glide along a coastline with a spine of more than a dozen volcanoes silhouetted against the horizon – a unique panorama. You'll also be able to munch on tasty canapés and enjoy a complimentary beer, sangria or soft drink.

Sit back and relax as the sky changes colours and the contours of Lanzarote's volcanic landscapes come into their own. Feel the salty sea breeze and watch the sun slowly set to the sound of the waves lapping against the hull. A perfect way to end the day.

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What's included
  • check Transport
  • check Guide
  • check Welcome mojito
  • check Canapés and one drink – beer, sangria or soft drink
What to remember
  • Vegetarian and vegan options on request – please advise of any food allergies
  • Just so you know, this is a cruise only, with no swim stop
  • Not suitable for wheelchairs
  • English-speaking guide for all nationalities
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Provider
TUI España Turismo, S.L.U, with Tax Number B08089187 and Travel License Number GCMD-4
Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 1 day before the experience begins.

What people say about this experience

Excellent

4.5/5

Based on 20 reviews from verified customers

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Review categories

Safety

4.6/5

Service

4.6/5

Staff

4.6/5

Value for money

4.4/5

  • Vicky

    From United States of America - July 2024

    Travelled as a couple

     

    25 - 34 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    5/5

  • Tom

    From United States of America - July 2024

    Travelled as a couple

     

    25 - 34 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    5/5

    Amazing trip, was lucky enough to see dolphins and a the sun disappear beyond the Lanzarote skyline. Food and beverages surpassed expectation! Wonderf ...

  • Laura

    From United Kingdom - June 2024

    Travelled with family

     

    25 - 34 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    5/5

    What a great experience, saw plenty of dolphins and whales, unfortunately due to it being overcast we didn’t get to see a sunset, but we still had a g ...

  • N/a

    From United States of America - December 2023

    Travelled as a couple

     

    18 - 24 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    5/5

    Was a beautiful trip stunning views with the sunset and another plus we got to see dolphins

  • CHARLIE

    From United Kingdom - September 2023

    Travelled as a couple

     

    18 - 24 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    5/5

    Great tour, fantastic views of the island, friendly staff on board, good selection of food and drinks.

  • Jo Mac

    From United States of America - September 2023

    Travelled with a group of friends

     

    35 - 44 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    4/5

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