Dolphins & coast 4-hour sailing trip

Sail along Gran Canaria’s southern coast and visit the beautiful beach Güi Güi, only reachable by boat or walking.

56.49 EUR

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Catamaran cruise

Meals and drinks

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4-hour tour with pick-up
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What To Expect

The catamaran Supercat is one of the largest catamaran in the world, and since it is a sailing catamaran is it also an ecological vessel. Join us and sail along Gran Canaria’s southern coast from Puerto Rico to the natural reserve of Güi Güi.

This wonderful trip starts in Puerto Rico and during the route you can feast your eyes upon spectacular cliffs and some of the island’s hidden treasures such as secluded coves and beaches only reachable from the sea. Our destination is the beach of the natural reserve of Güi Güi, that can be visited only by boat or from land walking a long distance. There you can take a bath in unmatched crystal-clear waters.

Our ship has all amenities need to make this trip unforgettable. You can relax and soak up some sun in our sundeck or take a relaxing bath in our jacuzzi. Our bar offers free beer, wine and soft drinks during the entire excursion. Moreover, once we reach our destination you can enjoy a delicious menu.




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Wear comfortable clothing and shoes, sunscreen. In spring and autumn bring please warm clothes. You should be able to swim on your own.
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  • You can present either a printed or a mobile voucher for this activity
  • The voucher is valid only on the date and time specified
  • Please arrive at the meet up location 10 minutes before scheduled departure
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