1 hour jet ski excursions with guide. Discover the impressive south Gran Canaria coast line whilst riding your own jet ski.
Discover the magnificent coasts of Gran Canaria while driving your own Jet Ski. Our jet skis are easy to handle and do not require previous experience to use. Anyone over the age of 16 can drive. However, young people between the ages of 16 and 18 will need a signed parental or guardian authorization with the delivery of a valid identification document of the authorizing person.
You can do a Jet Ski Safari as an individual pilot or share it with a friend or family member.
The Jet Ski Safari includes renting a jet ski for excursions of 1 or 2 hours from Taurito or Mogán.
The 1-hour Jet Ski rental from Taurito or Mogán will take you in front of the impressive mountains of Mogán and the sea caves of Tasartico, and even if the weather conditions allow it, you will be able to take a closer look at the most remote corners of our island and, subsequently, they will continue to follow the coastline of the entire Tasarte beach. Very often it is usual to see sea turtles and flying fish, and sometimes also dolphins.
The 2-hour Jet Ski Safari rental from Taurito or Mogán will take you not only to the sites mentioned above, but you will continue to visit the rest of the coast of Gran Canaria. Once you have passed Tasarte beach, you will continue until you reach the deserted Güi-Güi beach, one of the most emblematic and hidden natural places on our island, and many times compared to a secret paradise; being able to see along the way the silhouette of Teide, the highest volcano in all of Europe, emerged from the water.
The 1-hour Jet Ski Safari from Playa del Inglés will allow you to observe the Maspalomas Dunes -one of the most popular landscapes of Gran Canaria- from the sea, giving you the impression of driving a jet ski in front of the Sahara. The tour will continue in front of the Maspalomas Lighthouse and will make a short visit in front of the Pasito Blanco beach. The excursion will continue to develop along several other beaches and rock formations on the coast until reaching El Pajar, in Arguineguín.
* Important: activity subject to adverse weather conditions, and can be postponed in case of bad weather.