Duration 6 hours
All-inclusive, no hidden costs
Free pick up and drop off service
Instant booking confirmation
Live guide: English, Russian, Spanish
Accepts digital vouchers and printed vouchers
Easy cancellation up to 24 hours before start
Inclement weather re-booking or full refund guarantee
Book the premium, 6-hour yacht tour and start a peaceful and exclusive journey around Los Gigantes (“Cliffs of the Giants”).
This must-visit spot in Tenerife offers an abundance of 500 meters high cliffs. A single view of the cliffs, observed from the sea, will leave you awestruck at their beauty and size. Our platinum boat tour is designed to let you explore this spectacular and magical place.
We start sailing from Puerto Colon, passing by the open-sea fish farms in search of dolphins. To find the whales and possibly the turtles, we continue navigating north.
Once we locate these beautiful sea creatures, we start the whale watching experience. You can observe their cooperative behavior and take impressive pictures. At this point, if the weather is perfectly sunny and bright, which is common for this part of the island, you can spot the background of the island of La Gomera.
We continue our trip navigating until we reach Masca, (the famous “hidden” village) cove.
From Masca, we can spot the lighthouse of Punta de Teno, initially built in 1897 (new lighthouse built 1976). Masca, the secluded cove, is our last stop. At this peaceful place, you can take a long swim in the inviting turquoise water, as we position the yacht in the heart of the lagoon.
You can also enjoy snorkeling, fishing and sunbathe while we treat you with our exceptional catering. After these activities, we take you along the south coast and on our way back to the Port Colon. Lay down and relax listening to the chill sounds of the water.
The platinum tour is a comprehensive, all-inclusive yacht tour designed to let you fully explore the radiating beauty of the island from the sea!
An exclusive sailboat excursion that takes you to the colossal Cliffs of the Giants, also known as ‘Los Gigantes’ and exploring Masca’s blue lagoon.