DIVING FUERTEVENTURA | LOBOS ISLAND

Dive at Lobos Island

Dive with us aboard our new Diving my Life boat with departures from the Port of Corralejo, north of Fuerteventura, to the Lobos island and the neighboring Playa Blanca on the Island of Lanzarote.

Daily departures from the Port of Corralejo at 09:00 am. with double immersion and return to the port at approximately 2:00 p.m.

Bucear en Isla de Lobos, Fuerteventura

Welcome aboard our dive boat.. ​.

The most comfortable way to dive in Fuerteventura, the boat is equipped with 12 diving spots. She embarks at the port of Corralejo to spend a day of diving enjoying the dives on Isla de Lobos and Playa Blanca, south of the Island of Lanzarote.

Upon arrival we will assign you your diving position where you will have your tanks and a dry area for your belongings. During the voyage you will be able to enjoy our on-board cafeteria service while we plan the first dive and we explain our diving routine.

Our daily diving plan with two consecutive dives in different areas of Lobos Island will allow you to enjoy this protected area also in our calm navigation, enjoying a snack between dives. The idea is that you spend a different day of diving with all the comforts and services on board.

  • Equipped with showers, bathrooms and a dry storage area for belongings
  • Our ship has a kitchen and bar-cafeteria service on board.
  • We have a warehouse to store your equipment so that you will not have to carry it daily and you will find it every day at your diving station.
  • We have 20 diving bottles of 12 liters x 200 Bars (air)
  • Option of 15 and 10 liter bottles. (*Subject to availability)

Discover Lobos Island. A paradise within your reach

Lobos Island has an area of 6 square kilometers framed by almost 14 kilometers of coastline made up of steep cliffs that can be seen from Corralejo, as it is located just 2 kilometers from Fuerteventura and 8 kilometers from Lanzarote.

It is believed that the island was inhabited since Roman times and, later, after the occupation of the Canary Islands, it would be used to hunt sea lions and as a refuge for pirates. In the past, the island was massively inhabited by sea lions. There were so many animals that were there that they would give the island its name. Each sea lion needs about 40 kilos of fish a day, so the fishermen, alerted to the decrease in marine resources in the area, eliminated most of the sea lions.

Dives in Lanzarote

(Museum of the Atlantic)

Thanks to our privileged location in the port of Corralejo and our modern boat and its facilities, we offer weekly scheduled full-day excursions to the Island of Lanzarote where we include:

• 2 dives in Playa Blanca, south of Lanzarote Island.
• Food on board on the beaches of Papagayo.
• Departures scheduled at 09:00 and return at approximately 17:00.