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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.

Gran Canaria: Camel Ride in the Dunes of Maspalomas

2. Gran Canaria: Camel Ride in the Dunes of Maspalomas

Feel like a desert scout as you ride a gentle camel along the seemingly endless dunes of Maspalomas. The camels are fitted with comfortable 2-seater saddles, so you don’t need to ride on the hump. The ride on these gentle giants lasts for around 30 minutes and you’ll be accompanied by Saharawi guides. Enjoy this unique way to discover the desert landscapes of Gran Canaria. 

Maspalomas: Camel Ride Safari with Optional Food & Transport

3. Maspalomas: Camel Ride Safari with Optional Food & Transport

Visit the Camel Safari Park in Maspalomas and take a 60-minute camel ride through the 300-year-old Oasis of the 1,000 Palms. Enjoy the unique show by Gustavo D. known as the kissing camel. On this 4-hour program you’ll also explore the tropical gardens with your guide, and see a variety of fruit trees such as papaya, mango and guava. You’ll come across a variety of farm animals in this natural oasis that covers an area of 10,000 square meters, and have the opportunity to feed and interact with these friendly creatures. Afterwards, if option selected, you’ll enjoy a tapas meal in a museum-like setting that features displays of antique farm implements of the Canary Islands.

Fire Mountains in Southern Lanzarote: Half-Day Tour

4. Fire Mountains in Southern Lanzarote: Half-Day Tour

Spend a magical day in the fantastic southern side of Lanzarote. See the picturesque village of Yaiza on the edge of the volcano, where you’ll have the opportunity to admire the volcanic crater of the Timanfaya mountains or simply enjoy a cup of coffee. You’ll than travel by bus towards Timanfaya National Park. Here you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy a short ride on a dromedary and to experience the world on top of these fascinating animals. Marvel at the Montañas del Fuego (Fire Mountains), try out amazing experiments with the geothermal energy, and enjoy the breathtaking tour through the national park. Learn more about the history of the development of this natural wonder. The authentic records by a priest from Yaiza, who documented the volcanic eruptions in the 18th Century, provide a deeper understanding of how people’s lives were determined by this force of nature.

Gran Canaria: Off-Road Day Tour with Optional Lunch

5. Gran Canaria: Off-Road Day Tour with Optional Lunch

Spend an unforgettable day discovering Gran Canaria’s interior on a 4-wheel drive safari that takes you along dirt paths and rural roads. You’ll travel by a fully-equipped jeep with a highly skilled driver and guide, who knows every inch of the route. On this day tour, you’ll head to the very heart of the island and experience why Gran Canaria is referred to as a miniature continent. The tour offers you plenty of opportunities to take photos and there is a stop for an optional lunch to enjoy typical Canarian specialties (costs not included). 

South Tour: Timanfaya National Park

6. South Tour: Timanfaya National Park

Discover the south side of Lanzarote enjoying the incredible views of this unique volcanic island. See the picturesque village of El Golfo with the fascinating Green Lagoon. This coastline is spectacular and the beauty of Los Hervideros and Salinas de Janubio will leave you impressed. Enjoy Timanfaya National Park and learn about the historical eruptions that took place on the island in the 18th Century. The landscape is unique. Admire the different forms and colors of the volcanoes. Ride a camel (not included) and feel like a explorer in a unexplored land. Visit the unique landscape of La Geria, the wine region of the island. Learn about the peculiar way of harvesting in this magnificent area. Then, taste the delicious wine yourself.

Lanzarote: Timanfaya South Tour for Cruise Passengers

7. Lanzarote: Timanfaya South Tour for Cruise Passengers

While your cruise ship stops in Lanzarote enjoy a trip to the south of the island and discover beautiful vineyards, Timanfaya National Park and the volcanic landscape. Drive directly from the port to the La Geria wine-growing region, and see the spectacular cultivation of vineyards planted on volcanic ash. Taste the local wines, then head to Timanfaya National Park. Admire the huge lava fields, formed during six years of volcanic activity. Afterwards, take the opportunity to try local tapas for only 2 Euros. Then be inspired by the wonder of geothermal energy. Take a camel ride, experience the drive along the volcanic coast, and visit the Green Lagoon and the salt works of the island.

Maspalomas: 3-Hour Electric Scooter Chopper and Camel Tour

8. Maspalomas: 3-Hour Electric Scooter Chopper and Camel Tour

If you like nature and you would like to explore Maspalomas along many kilometers effortlessly and environmentally than an Electric Scooter Chopper is what you need. Enjoy an outdoor, fun and educational 3-hour experience. No driving license is required, as the tour operates on bike paths around the city. With the Camel Safari option, you can explore the fantastic dunes of Maspalomas for 30 minutes aboard a camel. See the monuments of Christopher Columbus at the gates of Meloneras, built in 2002, and the old lighthouse of Maspalomas which operates since 1980. Visit the area of the famous and beautiful promenade of Meloneras which is considered the most beautiful and luxurious promenade in the south of Gran Canaria, overlooking the sea. Here there will be a stop at the "Punta Mujeres" where you can visit an ancient archaeological site of indigenous origin. Here you will discover the ancient circular houses made of stone where the pre-Hispanic population "Gunaches" lived. This ancient site is often populated by a peaceful and harmless colony of lizards of Gran Canaria, an endemic species, considered by many the icon of the island. A local guide will show you a breathtaking panoramic view of Playa del Ingles, discover the spectacular golden sand dunes of Maspalomas (nature reserve since 1987) and the Maspalomas Botanical Park. This park occupies an area of 12,000 square meters with more than 500 plant species. See the Oasis, a pond destination for wintering or resting on the migration of nearly 40 species of birds, of which 23 species nest here. This is the ideal place for those who want experience birdwatching.

Maspalomas: E-Bike Tour with Camel Ride or Sunset Option

9. Maspalomas: E-Bike Tour with Camel Ride or Sunset Option

Take this 4-hour adventure tour and experience Maspalomas by e-bike, then cross the sand dunes on the back of a camel. Enjoy a fun tour, suitable for all ages. Discover the area along quiet pedestrian routes with a local guide. First you'll cycle to the Botanical Park of Maspalomas. Stop for a short walking tour to see some of the 500 species of plant within the park. Afterwards, ride a camel through the Dunes of Maspalomas to visit the most spectacular parts of this nature reserve. Stop to admire the oasis, a small lagoon where migrating birds nest. Along the route you'll also see the statue of Christopher Columbus and the Maspalomas lighthouse. Visit the famous promenade in Meloneras, considered the most beautiful in the south of Gran Canaria. Stop at an archaeological site to see houses built by the first inhabitants of the island, before the Spanish conquest. After visiting the promenade, stop for a soft drink at a bar with panoramic sea views. The return journey follows bike lanes through Parque de la Paz, back to the original starting point.

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4.5 / 5

based on 429 reviews

An extremely well organised day, my partner and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It is not for the faint hearted, the drops on some of the narrow roads, certainly took my breath away! The food and sangria provided was really tasty. All staff were great, special thanks to Alan our driver for his exceptional driving, although I’m sure my leaning to one side helped keep the jeep from hurtling over the edge.

I recommend this trip to everyone who is first time in this part of Gran Canaria and want in quick in easy way see all seaside. Great trip and great guide who took us everywhere and told many interesting things

Well organised, Guide was very knowledgeable. The experiments at the Volcano were fun and well as informative. A great way to learn more about volcanoes and the island of Lanzarote.

The place is absolutely beautiful, staff very friendly and I am in love with all the plants there and of course looked after animals. Our 4 year old loved it too.

Top spot, lovely friendly people, delicious food, top transport from hotel!! Definitely recommended!!