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Lanzarote: Guided Off-Road Volcano Buggy Tour with Pickup

1. Lanzarote: Guided Off-Road Volcano Buggy Tour with Pickup

Get your adrenaline pumping on a guided buggy tour exploring the wild north of Lanzarote. Go off-road and away from the busy resorts as you ride through the old quarries of Guatiza to the highest part of the island at Peñas del Chache. Start with pickup from your hotel and travel to Costa Teguise, where you will get set up in your buggy, with a windbreaker and dust-protection goggles provided. Once ready, begin the adventure ride on a scenic track that passes through the old quarries of Guatiza. Continue towards the Mala Dam, and take in the views of the ruggedly beautiful barren landscape dotted with cacti. Finally, arrive at the highest point of the island, Peñas del Chache. Take a break and enjoy the magnificent views of the landscapes and volcanic landscapes. Begin the descent through Teseguite on your way to the El Mojón quarry, before making your way back to Costa Teguise, where the bus will be waiting for you to take you back to your accommodation.

Lanzarote: Sightseeing Day Trip to Cueva Verdes & Timanfaya

2. Lanzarote: Sightseeing Day Trip to Cueva Verdes & Timanfaya

Take part in a tour that has an exciting blend of nature and adventure on the idyllic Canary Island. Enjoy 3 different attractions as you get to know Lanzarote better. Montañas del Fuego/Timanfaya National Park Visit the Fire Mountains in Timanfaya National Park, part of a vast area affected by the volcanic eruptions between 1730 and 1736. Experience experiments with the existing geothermal energy and enjoy a tour through the National Park. Learn more about the history of this natural wonder. Hear about the authentic records of a priest from Yaiza, which documented the volcanic eruptions in the 18th century, conveying an impression of how people’s lives were determined by this force of nature. Cueva de los Verdes Move on to visit the cave “Cueva de los Verdes”. Witness the lava tube, formed by the volcano La Corona, and one of the longest in the world. Learn about the heaving tunnels and cavities at different levels, which together reach a height of 40 meters and go far into the sea. Jameos del Agua See the two caves that are part of one of the longest lava tubes on earth. See how the artist Cesar Manrique creatively and tastefully designed this section of the tunnel to create a harmony between art and nature. Pause to spend some time at the restaurant, view the concert hall, and see a small lake with a direct connection to the sea. The lake is also home to small white blind crabs, which can be seen with the naked eye and are usually found only in waters more than 2,000 meters below the sea.

Aquapark Costa Teguise: Entrance Ticket

3. Aquapark Costa Teguise: Entrance Ticket

Enjoy a day of endless fun at Aquapark Costa Teguise and discover more than 22,000 square meters of slides, loops, attractions and more. Ideal for families and groups of friends, Lanzarote's largest water park has some of the most thrilling water slides in Spain. Experience the pure adrenaline thrills of the Kamikaze and Whirlwind or go to the Hydrotube if you are not feeling quite so brave!  The little ones are well-catered for at attractions such as the children's Kamikaze, along with slides, loops and a small lagoon full of surprises and games. Then when you are ready to relax, head for the chillout areas and jacuzzi. In addition, Aquapark Costa Teguise has Virtual Reality

Lanzarote: On-Road Guided Buggy Volcano Tour

4. Lanzarote: On-Road Guided Buggy Volcano Tour

Get your adrenaline pumping on a guided road trip in a buggy exploring an incredible volcanic area on Lanzarote. Live an adventure through the interesting landscapes of the island. Start your tour from Puerto del Carmen and head to the Volcanic park. Here you'll walk to the impressive El Cuervo volcano for about 40min. Continue towards Tías through the wine area La Geria, where you will see the unique vineyards of Lanzarote till our next stop at an amazing volcanic formation called Las Grietas. Time to take some amazing pictures. After that, we will return to Puerto del Carmen.

Lanzarote: Jet Ski Tour with Hotel Pickup

5. Lanzarote: Jet Ski Tour with Hotel Pickup

Get your heart pumping with a thrilling jet ski ride along the Lanzarote coast. Choose from 3 different routes, see fascinating rock formations, and enjoy panoramic views of the coast. Start with a pickup from your hotel and be taken to the meeting point. Get set up with your wetsuit and a life jacket. Make your way to the boat and set sail from the harbor. Receive a safety briefing and guidelines on how to use your jet ski safely before letting the fun begin. Follow your expert guide out onto the open water. Enjoy the fantastic views of the coastline of Lanzarote. Admire the beautiful beaches and rugged volcanic rock formations as you ride across the waves. Depending on your time chosen, see areas such as Playa Quemada, Punta Grande, and Las Coloradas. Then make your way back to port, change out of your wetsuit, and be taken back to your hotel. Choose from the following routes: Playa Quemada Route (40-minute ride)Route: Puerto del Carmen - Barranco del Quíquere - Puerto Calero - Playa Quemada and return.Navigate along the coast of Lanzarote towards the virgin beaches of Playa Quemada. Papagayo Route (1-hour ride)Route: Puerto del Carmen- Puerto Calero - Playa Quemada and return.Navigate through the volcanic coast of Lanzarote towards the most golden, paradisiacal sandy beaches of the island. South Route (2-hour ride)Route: Puerto del Carmen-Playa Honda- El Cable- Arrecife and return.Sail along the coast of Lanzarote to the beaches of Las Coloradas including Papagayo beach.

Lanzarote: Aquarium Entry Ticket

6. Lanzarote: Aquarium Entry Ticket

Visit one of the biggest aquariums in the Canary Islands. With over one million liters of water, there are 33 aquariums where you can observe hundreds of marine species. The aquarium shows typical Canarian species, such as turtles, clown fish, and hermit crabs. You can also admire a variety of sharks from the safety of the underwater tunnel. There are also 3 touch pools for adults and children, where you can touch and learn more about species such as sea cucumbers and sea urchins. The aquarium bring the marine world to make those who want to enjoy the wonders that the sea offers us and enjoy a moment of escape plunge into the depths of the sea. While taking in consideration the environmental education for conserving our seas and oceans. Visit the "garbage aquarium", a small model of the current status of certain areas of the Canarian coast, which aims to promote environmental awareness.

From Lanzarote: Day Trip to Fuerteventura and Corralejo

7. From Lanzarote: Day Trip to Fuerteventura and Corralejo

Depart Lanzarote and cross to the neighboring island of Fuerteventura for a day trip. First, travel by bus to the harbor of Playa Blanca, Lanzarote, and board the Lineas Romero fast ferry and sail to Corralejo on Fuerteventura.   On arrival, get a welcome from your experienced guide as you board a comfortable air-conditioned coach. Make the first stop at the picturesque fishing village of El Cotillo, where you can stroll the beachfront and watch the waves roll in. Discover the most beautiful spots the village has to offer: roam its streets, relax on one of the beaches, or visit Castillo El Tostón, the tower built in the 15th Century to defend the coast from African, French, and English pirates. Then, stop off in the heart of Corralejo town to explore at your own pace. Discover all that the town has to offer, including the narrow streets, seafood restaurants, and old cottages that date back to the town's days as a fishermen's village. Then, go to the dunes of Corralejo Natural Park for some fun and photo opportunities. Have some free time in the afternoon to enjoy the fabulous white sand beach, where you can top up your tan or take a dip in the Atlantic Ocean. Return by coach to the port at Corralejo for the boat ride back to Lanzarote. On arrival, board the transfer bus back to your drop-off point.

Lanzarote: Full Day Bus Tour with Scenic Views

8. Lanzarote: Full Day Bus Tour with Scenic Views

Explore the diverse landscapes of Lanzarote on a full-day bus tour of the island and compare the north and south. Get pick-up from your hotel in Playa Blanca, Arrecife, Puerto de Carmen, or Costa Teguise and journey to Timanfaya National Park to see the lunar landscapes formed by the last eruptions of the 18th century. Witness the geothermal activity that provides heat for the island. Then, follow the route of volcanoes as you head south and cross the area bordering Timanfaya and the protected landscape of La Geria. Stop at El Golfo, known for its spectacularly green lake. Finally, visit Jameos del Agua, a series of lava caves with an underground auditorium, restaurant, and salt lake. See nature and mankind come together in this space created by César Manrique. Admire the subterranean gardens, blind albino crabs, and the fascinating museum of La Casa de Los Volcanes. After appreciating artistic creation in harmony with the environment at the volcanic caves, it’s time to go back to Lanzarote.

Lanzarote: Cueva de los Verdes & Jameos del Agua Tour

9. Lanzarote: Cueva de los Verdes & Jameos del Agua Tour

Once you've picked up near you hotel area, you'll enjoy the views in Las Nieves Viewpoint to Chinijo Archipel: do you know La Graciosa Island? You'll see it from here. After that you get impress by La Corona Volcano: the crater which originated the two most important places in north of Lanzarote. Jameos del Agua and Cueva de los Verdes share the same volcanic tube made by the explosion of La Corona Volcano! Finally, get marveled by the secrets of Cueva de los Verdes and with the amazing work art of Manrique in Jameos del Agua: art, culture and nature in same place!

Lanzarote: César Manrique Foundation and Teguise Market

10. Lanzarote: César Manrique Foundation and Teguise Market

Enter the eclectic Fundación César Manrique to see paintings by Spanish artists in the old studio and Manrique's house. Discover the town of Teguise at its own pace. Get picked up at your accommodation and travel aboard an air-conditioned bus. Walk through the magical Fundación Manrique with a guide from a local expert. Marvel at the formation in which nature, art, and architecture come together in the same place. Admire the unusual life of the artist, embedded in one of the longest lava flows on the island. Observe the natural lava paintings and their curious forms, which inspired the world-famous creations of Manrique. Afterward, direct to Teguise, the ancient capital of Lanzarote. Enjoy your free time to find the picturesque streets and see the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe. On Sundays, check out the market to buy local food, crafts, and collections. Visit the famous Famara Beach. Return to your hotel at the end of the excursion.

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4.6
(1,330 reviews)

I just want to say if you are looking for buildings and other famous sites, then this is not for you. This is all about nature which we enjoyed. We are staying in Iberostar at Playa Blanca but we opt to be collected near the assigned pick up point Flamingo Hotel by 9am. Drop off at the harbour and we took this boat Lineas Romero, by 9;30am, all I can say is that the staff in this boat are all courteous and Friendly. The boat itself was clean. Arrived in Corralejo port and we were separated by 2 buses and travel to El Cotillo which we spend 2 hours in the area, the bus will stop in the bus allocated stop which will take you at least 30 minutes to reach the end of the town then returned so literally you have one hour or depends to your plan time to move around this area. The culminating point is going to dunes and took photos there and we were drop off in the beach area to stroll or swim around, Also, if you have sea sickness, please bring a bag.

We had a young guide and can't understand some of the reviews about the lack of "adrenaline". They were sporty and weren't reprimanded if they drifted/went crazy. The tour (3 hours) was roughly balanced 50/50 off-road. Our buggy already had a lot of miles on it and was slightly worn out but was still okay. Be sure to take a face mask with you (dusty).

Great experience, good drinks/food, and watersports were so much fun! Highly recommend to anyone visiting Lanzarote!

Lots of fun guide was informative gave clear instructions and was great value for money. Would recommend

We were picked up directly at the ship and driven back there. Everything worked great 👌🏻