For more info on the Yellow Submarine Adventure, and loads of photos of the experience, see our complete guide.
Book online for a 10% discount
To get the best value underwater trip, book online on the Submarine Adventure website.
It's easy and you get a 10% discount. You can book a time for your trip and a seat on the bus and tell the bus where to pick you up. Booking in advance also means you know you never have to queue to get on the submarine (although there are much worse places to stand in a line than Puerto de Mogán).
Gran Canaria residents get a 20% discount online.
Catch the big yellow bus
A yellow submarine has to have a big yellow bus. It picks you up from your accommodation and takes you right to Puerto de Mogán. The bus is the most convenient way to get to the submarine dock.
Once you've visited the ocean floor and seen all the fish and wrecks, it takes you back home again. Or you can hang around in pretty Puerto de Mogán or spend the day on the golden-sand beach.
The bus price is included in the ticket price.
Do the guided tour of Puerto de Mogán
Everyone wanders around Puerto de Mogán but there isn't much information available about its history and highlights. The Submarine Adventure does a short tour of the harbour, its lanes and canals that is a great way to learn a bit more about Gran Canaria's prettiest marina.
If you get the big yellow bus, it stops for the tour before your submarine trip. If you make your own way to Puerto de Mogán, the tour starts under the blue flag here. Tours start at
Choose your seat
Lots of fish hang around by the windows at the front of the submarine and if you sit here you can also see the pilot and the view out of the front windows. The back is pretty cool too as you get to see the propellers and how the fish know exactly how to avoid them. Don't worry if you sit in the middle as
The back is pretty cool too as you get to see the propellers and how the fish know exactly how to avoid them. Don't worry if you sit in the middle as there's loads to see out of the big windows.
Don't worry if you sit in the middle as there's loads to see out of the big windows.
Take a camera
Unless you've got an underwater camera, this may be your only chance to photograph fish swimming in the sea and genuine shipwrecks.
Watch out for the moment when the sub releases fish food into the water as this is when they really go crazy and swarm around the windows.
Turn your flash on and you can even take a selfie with all the fish in the water behind you.