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Odyssee 3: The Glass Bottom Boat Tour in Fuerteventura
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Odyssee 3: The Glass Bottom Boat Tour in Fuerteventura

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Live an unforgettable experience on the coasts of Fuerteventura! The Odyssee 3 tour will be one of the best memories of your vacation. You can come with all your family and friends. Leave everything in the hands of our highly qualified staff, who will make your trip more fun and comfortable.<br><br>Already in the open sea we will be attentive to the possibility of making sightings and with luck we will be able to see different varieties of fish, turtles, dolphins or whales in the middle of the Natural Park of Jandía. You will have the opportunity to go down to our underwater viewing area to see this amazing show up close. Even the little ones will have the opportunity to get to know our cockpit, an experience they will never forget. The Odyssee 3 is one of the few boats on the island with blue flag, authorized to make sightings of cetaceans.<br>
$61.05 per adult
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David D wrote a review Nov 2020
Devon, United Kingdom8,244 contributions1,400 helpful votes
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The Port of Corralejo is situated on the northeast coast of the island of Fuerteventura. From here there are 3 Ferry Companies that provide multiple daily sailings from Corralejo to Lanzarote All 3 lines, Fred Olsen Express, Lineas Maritimas Romero and Armas have offices in the Port's Terminal Building. The Excursion Centre and Cicar Hire Company are also located here. As well as the larger ferry boats there are loads of smaller boats, comprising of fishing boats, tour boats, including glass bottom boat and some for hire. Walking down Av. Marítima, along the top of the Port there are numerous bars and restaurants. The Official Tourist Information Office is also there, it cannot be missed 2 large green statues, "monument to the fishermen", are outside it. This leads on to Calle Playa Cho Leon, this quay area is lined with little kiosks were tours, jet, boat trips to Isla de Lobos can be purchased. As well as glass bottom boat trips and jet ski. It is possible to catch busses from the Port. Route 06 to Puerto del Rosario, passing Riu Hotels on the way, leaves from here at 20 and 50 minutes past the hour.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Graeme B wrote a review Oct 2020
Los Cristianos, Spain15,241 contributions19,848 helpful votes
Visited Corralejo at the end of August & at the end of September, & took a few strolls along the harbour edge. In August things were starting to look a bit busier, with more peeps around, but by the end of September, after the British & German Quarantine restrictions, plus the Spanish kiddies going back to school, the place was so much quieter. Fingers crossed the Winter season gets chance to develop.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Graeme B wrote a review Jun 2020
Los Cristianos, Spain15,241 contributions19,848 helpful votes
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Strange to see this normally busy port so quiet. Still has the ferries coming in and out, but not as full as usual. No tourist traffic or activities either. Plus only a few restaurants open, hopefully will start getting back to some sort of normality soon. The brilliant views are still there though.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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prustyilchaun wrote a review Mar 2020
Bolzano, Italy225 contributions68 helpful votes
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Starting point for catching ferry and or a taxi boat to other islands and having fun with all the activities they offer. Plenty of restaurants out there, next to the pedestrian zone.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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John H wrote a review Mar 2020
Dartford, United Kingdom38 contributions19 helpful votes
Use the port for ferries to Lanzarote and Isla de Lobos, also for sea fishing trips and water taxis to Lobos. Close to the old town where there are dozens of bars and restaurants.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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