Enjoy a relaxing 4-hour boat ride along the scenic coastline of La Palma while you sunbathe with a glass of cava, swim and snorkel in the crystalline waters and savor a delicious meal on board. An unforgettable experience!
Begin your tour from Port of Tazacorte, where you will board a majestic schooner in which you will explore the beautiful coastline of La Palma island. The captain of the vessel will welcome you onboard with a glass of sparkling cava wine.
The Bussard is one of the most charming boats in Port of Tazacorte, measuring 18 meters long and nearly 5 meters wide. While you sail into the open sea, marvel at the rugged landscape of this unique island. The views will not leave you indifferent.
During the 4-hour boat ride, lie back on the deck to sunbathe or swing from the netting on the prow. You’ll feel like your floating just above the water. Half way through the excursion, the boat will lower its anchor, so you can jump into the refreshing water and go for a swim or discover what is below the waves with a snorkeling face mask.
Next, delight in a delicious meal on board consisting of several cheese, olive and grilled chicken tapas. You will also have access to mineral water and soft drinks throughout the cruise.
All of our providers comply with local legislation and applicable health recommendations regarding protective material and safety to help avoid the spread of Covid-19.
|Adults||Children 2-11 years old||Children under 2|
Children 2-11 years oldUS$ 42.50
Children under 2not permitted
The activity takes place with a guide that speaks in english, although it may occasionally be done in two languages.
Four hour boat ride.
Glass of cava.
Lunch and beverages.
English speaking guide.
When to book?
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No, not suitable for people with reduced mobility.
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Port of Tazacorte