A day trip to the Blue Lagoon Malta

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The Blue Lagoon Malta is an area of the sea where the water is shockingly blue. Taking a day trip there was one of the highlights of my trip to Malta and in this post I will explain why.

The boat ride

The trip, since its part of the sea, is a trip out on a boat. The boat wasn’t huge but it hosted a fair few people including my Gran, myself and my Grans two friends who were on the trip with us.

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My Gran on the boat parked at the Blue Lagoon Malta

You get to sail through the gorgeous waters until you dock up for a while at the Blue Lagoon Malta.

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Time to swim

While the boat is still you are allowed to go wild. You can jump off the boat into the water and enjoy swimming in the beautiful blue waters. This was my most favourite part. I was pretty nervous though as my Gran can’t swim so she stayed in the boat and I was in the water with her friends who I did not really know very well.

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Holding on to the boats rope for a swim – me waving

Explore the rocks nearby

The boat is tied up on to a rock face. You can climb up on to the rocks from the Blue Lagoon Malta and explore around a little. I didn’t do much of that because my Gran stayed on the boat so I did not want to go far without her.

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Me up on the rocks almost camouflaged

I loved climbing the rocks but I did have flip flops on so I was really careful. I hadn’t planned for climbing with it being a boat trip so hadn’t brought the right kind of footwear. I decided to get a nice posing picture on the rocks instead. For more ideas and things to go check out this fantastic guide to Malta.

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