10 things to do to keep the family entertained in Lanzarote
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10 things to do to keep the family entertained in Lanzarote

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Activity during the day for the family will ensure sleepy kids in the evening and some well deserved relaxation time for the adults.  Here we have 10 ideas for day time activities with the children:-


Rancho Texas – Interact with wild animals at Rancho Texas Park, where you will find a zoo, water park and many outdoor leisure areas. Watch an eagle show and learn about the birds of prey, swim with sea lions or cool off in the pool.  http://ranchotexaslanzarote.com/en/


Cycle – Cycling on the many good roads in Lanzarote is exhilarating with constant wide vistas of volcanic landscapes and seascapes. family sized bikes can be hired to enjoy along the cycle lane in Puerto del Carmen. These four wheeled bikes can accommodate 1-5 people, there is a shaded canopy overhead and all occupants can add to the pedal power.  http://www.flistonsbike.com/


Water Park – Spend the day at Lanzarote’s largest water park and enjoy all the thrills of Aquapark Costa Teguise. Take the children to dedicated kids attractions such as a small lagoon with lots of games. Challenge your friends to a game of paintball and more. http://aquaparklanzarote.es/en/


Kayak – Learn the basics of sea kayaking while exploring the beauty of the island. You will get to see points of interest, enjoy a little beachcombing and savour the ambience of the extraordinary nature of the coastlines .  http://www.kayakdelmar.com/


Paddle Boarding – SUP was an old method used by inhabitants of the south pacific to go from one island to another. It can be considered a fairly new sport in Spain, but in the last couple of years it has started to become a trend within the canaries and mainland Spain. Anyone can practise this sport, and it’s a very fun and attractive form of floating on the water at the same time of observing the great beauty of the island of Lanzarote.  http://www.suplanzarote.com/en.html


Surfing lessons – a surfing lesson at Famara is a must – known as the “European Hawaii”. And a beginner course to learn how to surf, or lessons to improve your skills – the choice is yours. Lavaflow surf school also teaches ocean awareness, basic pre-surf stretching exercises and, most importantly, safety.    http://www.lavaflowsurflanzarote.com/


Submarine – Enjoy a fantastic once-in-a-lifetime experience on this 1-hour submarine dive under the beautiful waters of Lanzarote. Departing from Puerto Calero Marina, you will enjoy the underwater sights of shipwrecks and a variety of amazing marine life.   http://www.submarinesafaris.com/about_puerto_calero_lanzarote.php


Go Karting – is one of the fun things to do in Lanzarote with children. There is a great range of Go Karts available, for all age ranges, and skill levels. Have a look for yourselves at the fantastic karts, and decide which one is right for you! http://www.lanzarotegokarting.com/


Pirate Museum – the Museo de la Piratería (Piracy Museum) is set in the Castillo de Santa Barbara, the oldest fortification on Lanzarote. Ironically, the island’s vulnerability to attack from pirates was the main reason the castle was constructed at the beginning of the 16th century to keep watch over the ports and coasts for the tell tale sign of unknown sails on the horizon. So it’s fitting that today it should house exhibitions of the pirates, both real and fictional, from over the last five centuries.  http://www.museodelapirateria.com/en/


Snorkeling  – Discover the diverse underwater world just off the coast of Lanzarote on a snorkel tour for the whole family. Admire the incredible variety, enjoy the interesting play of color under the sea and see the incredible volcanic landscape. https://www.divelanzarote.com/diving/snorkeling.htm

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