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El Hierro

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Lanzarote: Amazing Views, Caves, & Haría Day Trip

1. Lanzarote: Amazing Views, Caves, & Haría Day Trip

Discover the secrets of a volcanic tube, enjoy a walk through an underground garden, and feel like you're on an eagle's wings at the famed Mirador del Rio, all on this guided day trip around Lanzarote with pickup and drop-off included. After pickup, head first to the volcanic cave Cueva de los Verdes (entry fees included). Second, visit the lava caves Jameos del Agua (entry fees included). Marvel at the volcanic tunnel transformed by Cesar Manrique into a secret garden. See crystal-clear lagoons and albino crabs that look like pearls. Learn about all the sights you visit from your local guide. Next, take in spectacular views of the island from the cliffs of Famara, Mirador del Río (entry fees included), the island of La Graciosa, and the river, a one-kilometer stretch of sea that separates Lanzarote from La Graciosa. Later, visit the village of Haría, also known as the Valley of The Thousand Palms. Spend the rest of your trip exploring this palm grove oasis and optionally stop for lunch. A buffet option for €10 is available, or you can visit a café. 


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What people are saying about El Hierro

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 155 reviews

Surprisingly, we had a German-speaking tour guide who looked after us very well. The announced sights actually have amazing views ready. After the trip we had the feeling that we had collected impressions for a whole week. The optional lunch in Haria was very well received by the participants. We who did not want it were not pressured to do anything.

Thoroughly enjoyable tour. Informative, interesting and well planned with some exceptional sights/views. Only thing that might have improved the trip would be a bit more commentary in English rather than Spanish. Brits were quite a minority to be fair though the trip did know there were Brits booked in. Nevertheless an excellent day out.

The excursion was fantastic only thing that I was disappointed with, on the preview it stated we would stop in Haria village for lunch. I enjoy wandering round quaint authentic villages and towns. We drove through the village and stopped at an artist village where we were restricted in our choice of lunch. This was the only let down.

Very nice tour with lots of information, a relaxing atmosphere, unique experiences and a very nice tour guide.

Very nice tour guide and great tour. You have to see the volcanic tunnels.