Things to do in Lanzarote for families

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Activities and tours for families with children


Family things to do with Kids

Lanzarote is a paradise island that offers a lot of things to do for families with children. Whether your little ones are toddlers or teenagers, there are plenty of fun things to do in Lanzarote for kids of all ages.

One of the best things about Lanzarote is its pleasant spring weather, which is perfect for outdoor activities all year round.

When planning your family trip, keep in mind that some activities may not be suitable for babies and young children, while others may require a minimum age to participate. Additionally, some tours and activities may have different pricing policies for children, so be sure to check the details of each activity before booking.

One of the most popular activities for families in Lanzarote is a boat tour, especially one that includes dolphin watching or a ride in a submarine. Kids will also love water activities like parasailing, kayaking, and jet skiing, as long as they can do them with an adult. If you’re looking for a theme park experience, check out Rancho Texas or one of the water parks in Lanzarote.

No visit to Lanzarote is complete without a camel ride in Timanfaya National Park, where you can see the island’s iconic volcanoes up close. For a more adventurous experience, consider a buggy tour, although note that children must be at least 8 years old to participate in off-road tours.

When planning your activities, be sure to check the details regarding children’s prices, requirements, and limitations for each activity. You should also consider the duration of the activity, the schedule, and the location of the activity, including whether a pick-up service is available in your area.

Things to do in Playa Blanca, Costa Teguise and Puerto del Carmen for families

Since Lanzarote is a small island, you can easily reach any activity no matter where you’re staying, whether it’s in Playa Blanca, Puerto del Carmen, or Costa Teguise.

With so many exciting things to do in Lanzarote for families, your children are sure to have a great time and make memories that will last a lifetime

FAQs about family tours and activities in Lanzarote

What are the best excursions to do with children in Lanzarote?

You can do almost every excursion in Lanzarote with children, but our selection is based on the criteria often requested by parents:

  • Short excursions so they’re not too long for the children. Older children can take longer hours, so they can stand longer excursions.
  • Fun outings with activities and times where kids can move.

How do children travel on the buses?

Infants up to 2 years of age travel on the lap of one of the adults they’re traveling with. From the age of 3, they’ll occupy a seat as if they were adults. There are no extra seats for children on the buses.

From what age can children go on the tours?

We indicate the ages and prices for the children in the basic information section of every tour.

How much do children pay?

In almost all the excursions, babies up to 2 years old travel for free and children between the age of 3 and 11 pay the special children’s rate. Children over the age of 12 pay like adults.

Can we do other excursions with our children?

Yes, you can choose longer routes from the Lanzarote list of excursions to visit other points of interest, such as Los Jameos del Agua, La Cueva de los Verdes or even Fuerteventura Island.

Can I bring a folding chair with me on the excursion?

If it’s a foldable chair, it can usually be taken in the bus hold. However, check with us before booking to confirm if you can take the chair on the tour you want to do.

Do the bus excursions have various stops, or do we spend most of the time on the bus?

Once all the clients have been picked up, we’ll stop frequently, either to see or visit places of interest, to eat or simply to go to the bathroom.