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South Tour: Timanfaya National Park

1. South Tour: Timanfaya National Park

Discover the south side of Lanzarote enjoying the incredible views of this unique volcanic island. See the picturesque village of El Golfo with the fascinating Green Lagoon. This coastline is spectacular and the beauty of Los Hervideros and Salinas de Janubio will leave you impressed. Enjoy Timanfaya National Park and learn about the historical eruptions that took place on the island in the 18th Century. The landscape is unique. Admire the different forms and colors of the volcanoes. Ride a camel (not included) and feel like a explorer in a unexplored land. Visit the unique landscape of La Geria, the wine region of the island. Learn about the peculiar way of harvesting in this magnificent area. Then, taste the delicious wine yourself.

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 101 reviews

We had booked a visit in French, unfortunately too few, we had a Spanish / English guide. Despite this fact, we had an amazing day thanks to our guide Elena. We took full view. The day went by at breakneck speed. Without understanding the language, we were able to enjoy this experience in its entirety. Without negative point, the lunch included in the offer, a little too canteen for our taste. We recommend!

Great walk to timanfaya park. The pluses: the super friendly guide and driver, the direct recovery at the hotel, the comments, the comfortable bus, the photo stops.. the minuses: the lunch and the bodega (the wine is not the best of Lanzarote to taste) We would have liked to have lunch at el Diablo even by adding a supplement! But it was very nice!

Instead of the camel ride, I would have entered a trek somewhere. The park is beautiful, the journey by bus is exciting and the guide and driver are good. I would have eliminated a stop, giving space for a walk. Some stops with too tight times.

The tour is very beautiful and the landscapes are impressive. The food, however, was really bad, as was the wine tasting, where we were served some cheap booze and by no means the Malvasia from Lanzarote.

Perfect guide speaking perfect French driver at the top total punctuality and very interesting and impressive circuit to consume without moderation