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Waverider s objective is to show our clients the natural environment where dolphins and whales live and satisfy them with a fantastic tour on the south-coast of Lanzarote. It has the Blue Flag title for whale watching, authorised by the Tourism...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Avenida Del Varadero | The Old Town Harbour, 35570 Puerto Del Carmen, Lanzarote, Spain
All reviews hour trip doughnuts fast blast marine safari wave rider coastal tour great fun flying fish fantastic trip life jackets adrenaline rush recommend this trip saw dolphins an absolute blast private charter an adventure next year
We went on the 2.5 hour trip and saw so many dolphins! Really amazing, they swam alongside the boat. The whole trip was fun, especially doing doughnuts and speeding along the waves, and Marco was very funny!
The first thing we were told (after a quick safety brief) was that the dolphins are free and they can't ever guarantee you will see them. We were unfortunate in that they didn't come out to play, but the weather was lovely and the staff...More
Spent 9 nights in Lanza at beginning of Oct 18. Have been on the Wave Rider 7 or 8 times over the years 😍absolutely fantastic trip, have done ‘fast blast’, marine safari and coastal adventure and each trip has been amazing. Monday 8th was Coastal...More
Reluctantly booked this as I was terrified. Not great sea legs or an adrenaline junkie. Marco reassured us and explained everything. The excursion was blooming fantastic, informative and fun. I loved it. Will do it again and recommend this to anyone, even the wimps like...More
We went on this trip in July and i'm so glad we booked it!! We weren't lucky enough to see the dolphins but the trip was so much fun and I would go again. The family which run it deserve every bit of praise and...More
We booked this trip as a experience it's not something you would do every time you are away. From the moment you get to the meeting point (which is next to ferry tickets office), your driver is so funny. Once are the safety stuff is...More
We did the waiverider twice in one week it is so good. The first time we did the 1.5 hrs at 530pm searched for dolphins and found them and they certainly gave us a wonderful experience letting us see them then we did doughnuts and...More
First things first. Shoes are removed and stored on board. The men on our trip wore longish shorts that doubled as swim shorts, and T-shirts. The women wore T-shirts and skirts over swimwear. The only child with us was... More
First things first. Shoes are removed and stored on board. The men on our trip wore longish shorts that doubled as swim shorts, and T-shirts. The women wore T-shirts and skirts over swimwear. The only child with us was chilly and the crew gave her a jacket.
I took a small waterproof camera, which I wore with a wristband during the trip. I think it'd be difficult to hold on to a camera without a strap. The crew will take phones/cameras and stow them safely, and you can get them out if you see dolphins or when you're moored for snorkelling.
Non-swimmers are fine on Waverider. When we were on it, we moored in (I think) papagaya bay for the snorkelling. We were there for no more than 30 minutes. Non-swimmers can stay aboard and enjoy a drink, and if you've... More
Non-swimmers are fine on Waverider. When we were on it, we moored in (I think) papagaya bay for the snorkelling. We were there for no more than 30 minutes. Non-swimmers can stay aboard and enjoy a drink, and if you've brought a camera, take pictures of the swimmers. The other aspects of the ride, like the donuts and dolphin spotting, take up much more of the time.