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Went to the island for 4 hours with our 2 boys (5 and 2) visited the lovely little beach then made the trek up the Volcano. Amazing views and lovely to be somewhere that feels slightly deserted. So so worth the trip over
If you are have a holiday in northern Feurteventura I thoroughly recommend that you take the ferry from Corraleja to Lobos island. You need to ensure you go online and get an access code to visit the island as they restrict visitors to 200 per...More
As we were staying at the different part of the Island Fuerteventura (Morro Jable) we booked our tickets online with Grupolobs (Naviera nortour) with Glass bottom boat. First day it was cancelled due to Bad weather, so the company gave us Back the money with...More
Lobos is an island we have wanted to visit since our last stay in Corralejo. You can never miss it when sat in any of the port side bars or restaurants. We always wondered what the island was like so we went.
What a day...More
Its easy to go, as the boat offices do the registrations for you when selling tha ticket. Or the good ones do that for sure. On the island you just relax on the beach or walk in silent nature. From the vulcano you can see...More
Lobos is one of the most favourite places we have visited. On our visit in November we could not get on due to windy weather. Last week we again tried on the first attempt we were told no because of the weather. We then found...More
The island allows only 200 people on at a time ( a good thing), and the system for managing this is new, and poorly managed. It's easy to get it wrong, and the fierce island staff have no problem making you feel like a criminal...More
We went by a small speed boat which also offered snorkelling with the price...we booked at a kiosk at the harbour they are all about the same price...we give them a time we wanted to return and he arrived to picked us up...
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it depends how brave your children are . our kids 4&8 years old made us go to the top . they wouldn't go back down at half way till they reached the top . must admit it was quite scary😱 but a family acheivment at the end... More
it depends how brave your children are . our kids 4&8 years old made us go to the top . they wouldn't go back down at half way till they reached the top . must admit it was quite scary😱 but a family acheivment at the end . my wife wasn't keen but was encouraged by 4 women on their way back down as it gets easier after half way as there is more steps . I'm glad we did it we took our time ,holding the kids all the time it's not a race up and was quite warm we went in November and its quite a walk to the volcano from the harbour. so take lots of water and pace yourself slow and steady wins the race . so glad we did it no regrets at all a memory we will all cherish the kids took a bit of volcanic rock from the top as a souvenir. if you you have just the one child definitely go for it the views at the top are amazing . you only live once and my children still speak about the day they climbed a volcano. hope this helps you.👍 also saw older people climbing it people and with baby's strapped to their fronts it isn't unsafe but take your time .we have lots of pictures so don't forget your phone😉