Make your way to a dock in Lanzarote, where you’ll board a glass-bottom catamaran for the crossing to Fuerteventura—this is a great opportunity to spot some of the Canary Islands’ remarkable marine wildlife, including dolphins and whales.
The first stop is the town of Corralejo, with independent time to enjoy the laid-back, island atmosphere. You’ll find narrow, cobblestone lanes and cottages that recall the village’s roots as a Canary Islands fishing community, as well as many charming cafes and shops. At the end of the morning, board a bus to a local restaurant for a leisurely lunch, then continue to the Corralejo Dunes.
With the largest expanse of dunes in the Canary Islands, there’s lots of room to play in the sand, with sweeping views of the Fuerteventura coast. Following your time at the Corralejo Dunes, meet the catamaran for the return trip to Lanzarote, where this 9-hour tour concludes with drop-off at the original departure point.