Timanfaya National Park and the volcanic area.
On this half a day trip we'll discover one of the most fascinating volcanic areas on earth: Timanfaya National Park, a moonscape produced by the eruptions that struck the island between 1730 and 1736, that became one of the most important volcanic episodes over the last 500 years of mankind, a place of dramatic beauty.
We also see El Golfo and its famous Green Lagoon, the lava coast of Los Hervideros and the salt pans of El Janubio.
And finally, before to get back to the pier, a stop in La Geria, the vineyard area, an example of sacrifice and wisdom of the islanders who left an spectacular agricultural landscape. We 'll enjoy a wine tasting in the Bodega Rubicón.
As your private tour guide, I can adjust the schedule, duration and activities to meet your needs. Please let me know of any special requests you have.
Our day and the time we start the tour is flexible and is meant to accommodate your schedule and interests.
Our visiting points are:
Timanfaya National Park
Los Hervideros (drive through)
El Janubio salt flats (drive through)
La Geria - Rubicon wine cellar
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will meet you at the cruise ship terminal / hotel.
Due to the access regulations to the harbour facilities I am allowed to pick you up right at the disembark point but then there is a short walk to the external services parking lot.
End location: I will drop you off at the cruise ship external services parking lot / hotel.
Duration: 4 hours 30 min.
The estimated time is around 4 to 5 hours, depending on the traffic conditions, time of the year, etc.
We will take a private vehicle and also do some walking. We use cars, mini-bus or mini-van depending on the number of people.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 EUR - Entrance fee in Timanfaya National park (9 € per person)
Camel riding (optional, 6 € per person)
Snacks, food & beverage, etc....
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José is a wonderful guide in an interesting area. He explained to us all about the history of Lanzarote and the volcanos. His explanation of the different types of lava flow were fascinating. His English is excellent. I would recommend him very highly!