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Although the gorgeous beaches of Fuerteventura will keep kids occupied, a day out or two during your cheap Fuerteventura holiday is always good to keep the kids entertained and for a few great memories to go home with.
What child doesn’t like an animal park. The Oasis Park has plenty to keep the kids occupied, with animals and interactive shows set in lush, tropical gardens and the option of a camel ride too. They even have a Fuerteventura version of Steve Urwin who needs a haircut. If he has had one please get in touch to let me know. Entrance costs under 25 euros for adults and less for kids.
Picture a family bike ride where you approach a great big hill and that feeling in your legs as they get heavier and you slowly cannot complete a full circle of the pedals. Imagine having to do this constantly whilst exploring the stunning Fuerteventura volcanos and the moans from the kids that their legs hurt. Fear not, EEE Bikers have come up with a genius way to let you explore the volcanic crater without all the effort – power assisted bikes. It does all the hard work for you so you can enjoy the scenery. Tours are only an hour long but still a great way to explore the island for a morning.
Baku Water Park
A cheap holiday favourite, you have to take the kids to a water park. Fuerteventura’s offering, the Baku Water Park is never going to win any awards for being the most impressive but it does exactly what it says on the tin and has slides, rides, waves and lazy rivers to enjoy throughout the day. Entrance is 22 euros for adults but is cheaper if you visit after 3pm.
Pedra Sartana Pirate Ship
There are many boat trips available in Fuerteventura for a family day out but the Pedra Sartana Pirate Ship has the novelty factor. Set sail pirate style at 10.30am for a day at sea. The boat cruises the Fuerteventura coast before stopping for some lunch and a quick dip, courtesy of walking the old plank. The trip isn’t the cheapest option with tickets around 45 euros for an adult and half that for kids, but your family will love it and be speaking in pirate accents for the rest of the evening.
If you have any tips on what to do in Fuerteventura with the kids, please let us and fellow families know!
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Olly started off his travels many years ago as a free-spirited young man and is now well and truly settled in to family life in which he makes it his duty to enforce family holiday fun upon the rest of his tribe. His favourite song is 'Come on Ilene' and he can be found singing it in Los Cristianos most years.