Sailing boat excursion
Enjoy an exceptional day at sea in La Palma, discovering the cliffs of the northwest coast, with such picturesque enclaves as Cueva Bonita, Porís de La Candelaria and the fascinating Playa de La Veta beach. A 3.5-hour boat trip with the chance to see whales and dolphins in their natural habitat. On the way back, Captain Pepón will show us the lava delta of the new volcano from the sea.
Depart: 11:00 am
Arrival: 2:30 pm
Tuesday & Thursday
Dolphin and whale watching tour
Tour offered in collaboration with Fancy
From the Tazacorte harbor, the motor sailboat sets course for the north coast of La Palma, sailing along imposing cliffs.
On this peculiar route along the island sea side we will discover the Cueva Bonita, the Porís de La Candelaria (also known as Cueva de Los Piratas) and the fascinating Playa de La Veta beach. And in front of this beach we will have time enough to swim in the crystal water.
Afterwards, Captain Pepón heads out to sea in search of whales and Dolphins. And he finds them! The dolphins appear at the call of the boat’s purr and playfully cross the keel of the boat and jump in front of it. And sometimes even a whale or other marine animals appear.
Gradually the boat approaches the coast again and now we can see the huge tongue of lava that the new volcano has created. We approach it to observe the whole river of lava that has been flowing into the sea for almost three months. Some time later, we return to Tazacorte harbor after a fascinating two and a half hour trip.
If you drive to Tazacorte harbor, please be aware to arrive at dock #1 (pantalán) about 15 minutes before boarding. There is a free car park on the quay where you can leave your car.
The transfer from Los Cancajos or Santa Cruz de La Palma to Puerto de Tazacorte can be done easily using the regular bus service (la guagua) with the following combinations:
Visited areas :
Northwest coast of La Palma: Cueva Bonita, Porís de La Candelaria, La Veta beach…
Whale and dolphin watching
Dolphins and whales are wild animals that have their habitat on the coasts of Tazacorte. They can almost always be observed during an excursion, although their presence is not guaranteed.
Don’t forget to take it with you! The landscapes are so extraordinary that they deserve to be remembered 🙂
Climate-related changes or unforeseen events:
Due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances, there may be changes to the tour itinerary. You will be informed as soon as possible.
Other questions ?
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by e-mail or telephone:
+34 922 433 001
We will be happy to help you and answer any questions you may have!
Departure Time11:00 h
Return Time14:30 h
Dress Codelight jacket or pullover / sneakers
IncludedGuideAperitivoBebidasbeveragesLiability and accidents insurancesnack
Not Included4WD transferaccess permissionsArrival transferBed & Breakfast accommodationBicycle rentalBus transfersCable-carCar RentalCourtesy lunchfield telescopeHalf board accommodationHAVEN hanging tentin/out Airport transferLocal flights + FerryLuggage transferLunchMaps and printed descriptionsTastingTransfer by shipTransfers by taxi and regular busTraslado en 4x4Two nights in a hotel
Enjoy an exceptional day at sea in La Palma, discovering the cliffs of the northwest coast, with such picturesque enclaves as Cueva Bonita, Porís de La Candelaria and the paradisiacal Playa de La Veta. A 3.5-hour boat trip with the chance to see whales and dolphins in their natural habitat.
- Cancajos - Santa Cruz de La Palma ...... Line 500 (every 1/2 hour)
- Santa Cruz de La Palma - Los Llanos ..... Line 300 (every 1/2 hour)
- Los Llanos - Puerto de Tazacorte ..... Line 27 (every hour)
- Cancajos - Line 500 → departure at 08:20 am
- Santa Cruz - Line 300 → departure at 08:40 am
- Los Llanos - Line 27 → departure at 09:45 am
- Puerto de Tazacorte - Line 27 → departure at 03:00 pm
- Los Llanos - Line 300 → departure at 03:20 pm
- Santa Cruz - Line 500 → departure at 04:45 pm - Arrival to Cancajos: 05:00 pm