Daytrip to visit some of the least-known spots on the island
View of volcanic landscapes, green lagoon & rugged coastline
Opportunity to learn about aloe vera benefits at local farm
Timanfaya National Park & seeing Cesar Manrique’s artwork
Delicious lunch at Yaiza before stopping at a wine cellar
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided bus tour of Lanzarote
Return transport at Costa Teguise,Puerto del Carmen
What you can expect
A complete day full of contrasts, North and South of the Island. The perfect option for a complete approach to the landscapes, towns and geography of Lanzarote, as well as visits to some of the most emblematic places of the Island.
The fascinating Timanfaya National Park, lunar landscapes of extreme beauty, sculpted by the last volcanic eruptions in the 18th Century. Once there we will witness the geothermal demonstrations, since the heat that fires our land is still strongly felt in the area of the Islet of Hilario. We will then make the famous Route of the Volcanoes.
In the South, we will cross the areas bordering Timanfaya and its Natural Park, La Geria, the lava sea along Las Salinas del Janubio and Los Hervideros and stop at El Golfo and its spectacular Green Lake.
On our way to the north we will pass by Teguise, old capital of the Island, and Peñas del Chache, the highest point of Lanzarote with 671 metres. Once there, we will be surprised by the charming village of Haria, its Valley of the Thousand Palms and all the landscapes bordering the fantastic Volcano of the Crown, that “constructed” one of the well-known jameos world-wide, where César Manrique and his people developed Los Jameos Del Agua, spectacular artistic performance that we will also visit.