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Lanzarote: Head Off-Road on Volcano Buggy Tour with Pickup

1. Lanzarote: Head Off-Road on 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: Timanfaya Park, Jameos Agua & Green Cave Day Trip

2. Lanzarote: Timanfaya Park, Jameos Agua & Green Cave Day Trip

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.

Lanzarote: Timanfaya Park and Jameos del Agua Full-Day Tour

3. Lanzarote: Timanfaya Park and Jameos del Agua Full-Day Tour

Enjoy a fantastic day out on this tour of Lanzarote. See the picturesque village of Yaiza on the edge of the volcano, where you’ll have the opportunity to admire the volcanic crater of Timanfaya mountains (National Park of Timanfaya). See Lago Verde, a green lake in the middle of the black sand beach of El Golfo. Admire the bay made from tuff and lava, with unusual colors and bizarre shapes. You’ll than travel by bus towards Timanfaya National Park. Here you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy a short ride on a dromedary and to experience the world on top of these fascinating animals. Marvel at the Montañas del Fuego (Fire Mountains), try out amazing experiments with the geothermal energy in Islet of Hilario, and enjoy the breathtaking tour through the national park. Learn about the history of this natural wonder's development. During a break in Mancha Blanca, take the opportunity to visit the famous church of Nuestra Senora de los Dolores. Admire the beautiful Canary architecture and see the statue of Madonna which, according to legend, halted the flow of lava from a volcanic eruption. Passing by the Monumento al Campesino, the tour heads to the green northern side of the island with the Valley of 1000 Palms. Experience a landscape completely different from what you have seen so far on the island. Enjoy the enchanting atmosphere along the way to one of the island's highest viewpoints. Admire the fantastic view of the Valley of 1000 Palms, Monte Corona, and the northeastern coastline with its picturesque villages. Visit Jameos del Agua, one of the most beautiful places in Lanzarote. Visit a cafeteria decorated with beautiful hanging baskets, a concert hall, a pool, and a small lake which connects to the sea.

Lanzarote: Full-Day Island Highlights

4. Lanzarote: Full-Day Island Highlights

We will explore the two incredible caves in the north of the island: Cueva de los Verdes and Jameos de del Agua. Enjoy the spectacular views of the island of La Graciosa from the cliffs. Visit the Valley of the 1000 Palm Trees in Haría where as a general rule we will allow time for lunch on your own. Taste La Geria wine from a local producer before a lunch break. We will visit the Fire Mountains in the Timanfaya National Park. We will climb up to the Islote de Hilario and contemplate the geysers before continuing along the Ruta de los Volcanes. Stop at the Echadero de Camellos in Timanfaya National Park. Finally discover the best that the Lava Coast has to offer. Flowing from Timanfaya during the 18th and 19th centuries, the lava has created a unique landscape.

Lanzarote: Day Tour for Cruise Passengers

5. Lanzarote: Day Tour for Cruise Passengers

Disembark from your cruise ship and join a guided tour of Lanzarote that takes you to the north of the island. See the unique volcanic tunnel and caverns of Jameos del Agua, enjoy a wine tasting in La Geria, learn about the thermal anomalies in Islote de Hilario, and much more. Start in the Valley of a Thousand Palms, and admire the 5,000-year-old Corona Volcano. Then reach the Famara Massif at an altitude of 500 meters and look out over the islands of the Chinijo Archipelago. Discover the underground oases of Jameos del Agua and marvel at the natural lagoon. Continue south and see the Monumento al Campesino and learn about the so-called "Fertility" monument. Afterward, enjoy a wine tasting in La Geria and learn how wine growing developed on the volcanic soil. Then, continue to the scenic Timanfaya National Park and admire the fascinating Montañas del Fuego (Mountains of Fire). Hear about the energy hidden under the earth's surface in El Islote de Hilario, and see some amazing experiments with geothermal energy. Finally, you have the opportunity for an optional camel ride through the park, and on your way back see the Green Lagoon and the salt marshes.

Lanzarote: Full Day Bus Tour with Scenic Views

6. 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

7. 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: Jameos del Agua Entry Ticket

8. Lanzarote: Jameos del Agua Entry Ticket

Discover the wonders of Lanzarote at Los Jameos del Agua, where the raw beauty of nature seamlessly intertwines with the artistic vision of César Manrique. This cultural center, carved from the remnants of volcanic eruptions, stands as a testament to the harmonious coexistence of art and the environment. Begin your exploration with the "jameos", nature's masterpieces formed from collapsed volcanic tubes - each "jameo" offers a unique experience. Visit Jameo Chico and indulge in a dining experience set against a backdrop of volcanic marvels, making every bite memorable. As you delve deeper, the mysterious allure of the Tunnel of La Atlántida beckons, inviting you to uncover its secrets. Move on to the Jameo Grande, a tranquil oasis where a pristine swimming pool lies nestled amidst rugged volcanic formations. It's a perfect spot to pause, reflect, and soak in the serene ambiance. See the basalt stone auditorium, showcasing nature's acoustics at its finest. Whether it's the soft whispers of the wind or the harmonious notes of a performance, the auditorium promises an auditory experience like no other. Conclude your journey at the crystalline lagoon, a sanctuary for the endangered Blind Crab. Watch these delicate creatures go about their day, a gentle reminder of nature's fragility and the importance of conservation.

Lanzarote: César Manrique Full-Day Tour

9. Lanzarote: César Manrique Full-Day Tour

Hardly any other has influenced Lanzarote so much as the artist César Manrique. He was a painter, architect, sculptor, designer, and environmentalist. His vision was a symbiosis of architecture and nature. Start the tour in his footsteps with a visit to Monumento al Campesino, a monument dedicated to the hard-working rural population. See the traditional craftsmanship of the Canary Islands in the small museum and marvel at the impressive restaurant in the foothills of a lava field. Continue into the Valley of a Thousand Palms to the Mirador del Rio. Enjoy one of the most spectacular panoramic views of Lanzarote and one of the most representative architectural creations of César Manrique that unites art and nature. Visit the nearby cave, Jameos del Agua part of a 7-kilometer-long lava tube, which was created by the eruption of Monte Corona around 8000 years ago. Discover Jameos del Agua, a portion of which was artistically designed by César Manrique. Here you will find a restaurant, a concert hall, and a small lake with direct access to the sea where small, white-blind crabs live. At the end of the tour, you will drive to the cactus garden “Jardin de Cactus”. Here you will find more than 1100 different species of plants from around the world spread across 5000 square meters. On the way back you will visit the Fundación César Manrique in the artist’s former residence. See some of his works of art and discover how the artist worked. A large part of the complex is nestled in the foothills of the longest lava flow of the Canary Islands, with unusual structures running through the entire house.

North Lanzarote: Cave, Jameos del Agua, and Viewpoint

10. North Lanzarote: Cave, Jameos del Agua, and Viewpoint

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. Enjoy spectacular views of the island of La Graciosa from the cliffs. 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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4.6
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100% recommended activity on the trip to Lanzarote. Punctuality in collection, good communication via WhatsApp, good transportation to the site and vice versa and excellent treatment. It is a very cool buggy tour through mountains and beautiful landscapes, with a stop at one of the highest points of the island where you can see incredible views. Both the trip and the activity were a surprise family gift for my father and he loved everything about it. Without a doubt, I would repeat the experience in future destinations.

Really fun activity to do. The only downside is that we don't stop specifically at the viewpoints indicated to be able to take photos. Otherwise, excellent communication and friendliness support.

We absolutely loved the 2hr buggy tour, Alessandro (think that’s right) was a brilliant guide and was very chilled out and knowledgeable of the island. 10/10 would recommend to anyone 👍

This is A MUST for Lanzarote. Undoubtedly, the best for sight seeing and for a thrill experience.

Awesome!!! Everything was well organized. A lot of fun!