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La Palma: Volcano Route Buggy Tour

La Palma: Volcano Route Buggy Tour

Experience the adrenaline rush of a buggy tour on the volcanic island of La Palma. On a half-day excursion, visit the sites of La Palma's famous volcanoes and enjoy panoramic views of the island's stunning natural scenery. Begin your tour from the village of El Llanito. Before you set out, get a brief introduction from your guide on your vehicle safety and operation. Once you've been briefed, climb aboard the buggy and begin crossing the mountains of Breña Alta to make your way towards the uplands of Mazo. Continue through the mountainous landscape of Breña Baja and admire the thick vegetation as you reach the area of Niquiomo. Venture onwards and enjoy vivid views of the Aridane Valley from the summit of Cumbre Nueva. Soak up the sights and scents of this richly diverse biotope. Next, enter the area known as Cumbre Vieja Natural Park, located in the southwest part of the island. Ride on your buggy through scenic rainforest paths and towering Canary Island pine trees. As you visit the site of the volcano Tajogaite, admire the plant life reborn from the ashes. Further on, drive to the volcanoes of Los Picos and Jedey. Depending on the weather, your guide may lead you to the magnificent "Volcano El Charco" or to the "Volcano Martín." From there, descend towards the village of Fuencaliente to visit the volcanic peaks of San Antonio and Teneguia. Finally, go back to the base in el Llanito, in Breña Alta.

La Palma : South Tour to the volcanoes by bus 4x4

La Palma : South Tour to the volcanoes by bus 4x4

Get picked up from your chosen location and begin to discover the south of La Palma aboard a 4x4 bus. Travel to Fuencaliente, situated in the south of the island, and learn about its history, marked by the eruptions of its volcanoes. See the San Antonio and the Teneguía volcanoes. Enjoy one of the most beautiful landscapes of La Palma: the lighthouse and the salt mines, where salt is produced traditionally, being nowadays the last salt complex of the Canary Islands and the only one in La Isla Bonita. In Las Manchas, where the recent Tajogaite volcano was born, be surprised by the size of its volcanic edifice and the landscape change. From the Mirador de Las Hoyas viewpoint, see the new extension of the island caused by the lava when it reaches the sea, known as the lava delta. Drive across the new access created to join the northern and southern parts of the Aridane Valley. Enjoy the spectacular views of the National Park of La Caldera de Taburiente from the viewpoint of La Cumbrecita.

La Palma: Stargazing in Fuencaliente, San Antonio's Volcano

La Palma: Stargazing in Fuencaliente, San Antonio's Volcano

Under one of the best skies in the world is Fuencaliente, La Palma, Canary Islands; from this window to the Universe, travel through the Cosmos. With the guidance of certified astronomical monitors, observe constellations, satellites and other moving objects with the naked eye with the help of the astronomical laser first. The activity will take place at the San Antonio Volcano Visitor Center located in Fuencaliente, La Palma, the only municipality on the island certified by one of the clearest and darkest skies, for you to be in a comfortable place while you are enjoying the Universe. Through the binoculars watch vast regions of the sky including Nebulae and Star Clusters, and this way, take a journey through distances and time using an Advanced Astronomical Telescope, starting from the Solar System, getting to know the surface of the Moon*, Planets* like Jupiter with its four Galilean Moons or Saturn presenting a majestic figure, to the most diverse stars. Then, Deep Space awaits you, where the Galaxies and Nebulae are the protagonists. Live the experience with the explanation provided by the Astronomical Monitor, learn about the Universe according to different cultures through myths and legends, the physics of the Cosmos and the chemistry that gives rise to the Stars. This activity is in a private place that includes bathroom, private parking and accessibility for all the people. Come and live the experience of being an Amateur Astronomer for a night in one of the best Skies in the World. -Location (Meeting point): "Centro de Visitantes del Volcán de San Antonio, Fuencaliente de La Palma" (632 above sea level) (A safe activity if you have finished diving) -Duration: 1:30/1:45 hours

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