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Conducts excellent walks across the island, which cover turf such as the Isla Graciosa, the island’s volcanoes and the wine region. Most walks are around four hours; the price includes transport.
A small water park with the usual assortment of rides and slides.
Rents bikes and arranges tours (from €45) around the island.
Long-established and a reliable choice for courses and dives; there is equipment hire for experienced divers.
As well as the usual diving packages, there is the more unusual opportunity to dive surrounded by sharks at Lanzarote Aquarium – it's an extra €50 if you're not a qualified diver.
As well as the stand-up paddleboarding classes held in Puerto del Carmen, there are surf courses available, though they usually take place elsewhere on the island...
Also offers one-hour bubble-maker courses for children (€40).
A good central place for renting or buying a bike.
Good choice for surfers.
One of the longest-established centres, also offers 3-day courses (€420) and half-day snorkelling trips (€25).
Offers a range of courses including an introductory scuba diving session for novices for €60.
Offers parascending (10 minutes, €50), jet skis (20 minutes, €50) and other watery pursuits.
There are hour-long rides for beginners (€40) or two-hour guided treks for those with riding experience. Other activities on offer include camel rides and off-road buggy trips.
Tours take in four wineries and include a tapas lunch.
The yellow sub makes one-hour dives to a depth of 30m. There's a discount if you book online.
You can snorkel, swim or just quaff champagne (included in the price) on this day-long cruise that includes lunch.
The 74ft-long Catlanza sails to Papagayo Bay where it drops anchor and lunch is prepared while you enjoy the complimentary bar, jet skiing, snorkelling – or just sunning on the deck.
Skippered by the well-regarded Tino García, the boat will transport you to the nearby depths as you cast a line for blue marlin and other big fish. You’ll be picked up from your hotel and taken to Puerto Calero...
English-run outfit offering PADI courses, including a night dive course (€290) and a digital underwater photography course (€210).
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