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From Bugibba: Blue Lagoon Afternoon Swim with Sunset Cruise

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From Bugibba: Blue Lagoon Afternoon Swim with Sunset Cruise

From £17.02 per person

Beat the heat and experience Malta’s breathtaking Blue Lagoon when the temperature is a little cooler on this afternoon boat trip. Admire the magnificent coastline, then splash and swim in the waters of the lagoon and enjoy a stunning sunset.

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Duration 4.5 hours
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  • Enjoy the Blue Lagoon in the afternoon
  • Marvel at the Mediterranean sunset
  • Swim, snorkel and relax in the cooler afternoon sun
  • Experience the Mediterranean coastline and sea caves
Full description
Avoid the crowds and visit the Blue Lagoon later on during the day when the temperature’s have dropped a little. This excursion is perfect for those who want to snorkel, swim and splash around in the crystal clear shallow waters of the Blue Lagoon during the cooler period of the day. Enjoy the magical cyan colored waters of the Blue Lagoon, which are especially tempting in the late afternoon as the hot Mediterranean sun has been warming it all day long, resulting in the water temperature being very similar to the air temperature. Take advantage of the onboard water-slide and have some fun frolicking in the waters to escape the warm weather. Or if you’d rather relax, spend some time lounging on the boat with a drink on one of the many cushioned recliners. Finally on the way back to port, enjoy the rocking of the calm sea waves, admire the magnificent Mediterranean coastline, and marvel at the stunning sunset across the ocean, glistening over the waters and reflecting from the enormous Maltese cliffs.
  • 3 hours at the Blue Lagoon
  • Padded sun loungers
  • Waterslides
  • Use of all catamaran facilities
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks
  • Towels
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • You must fill out a travel information form
  • You will receive a mandatory temperature check

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Meeting point

Departure point is at Bugibba harbour. The vessel you will be sailing on is the only yellow and green catamaran there and is called the "Sea Adventure". Dawret II-Gzejjer, San Pawl il-Baħar, Malta

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What to bring

  • Swimwear
  • Towel
Customer reviews

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4.1 /5

based on 69 reviews

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On the day of the cruise we were informed there was a change of boat. Initially we were disappointed as the one we were due to go on had a water slide. However the substitution was a catamaran, which proved far better. The advantage being we went to Popeye Village first then onto Crystal Lagoon prior to spending a couple of hours at Blue lagoon. We made a mistake by not buying the offered bbq. Had we purchased the food it would have made our time at the blue lagoon go quicker. Once the sunset we still had a good hour or so to sit on the boat waiting to go back.

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27 September 2021

Amazing afternoon

My friends and I had an amazing experience, as it’s the afternoon ita no too busy, the drinks are not to expensive, the team is very cool and we staid few hours at blue lagoon, the water slides are fun, and the sunset is unbelievable Thanks a lot, I will book this activity again for sure

29 August 2019

The ship well. The blue lagoon was completely crammed with people, which left the area charming, the water in the beach area was dirty with plastic floating and butts and pineapples abandoned by the people ... no wonder that the poor island of cumin is full of rats ... tourism is good but with control

8 August 2019

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