Intrepid trek into the volcanic interior of Lanzarote
Fascinating geological features of lava flows & craters
Spectacular views in a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
Easygoing hike suitable for most skill levels
Enjoying rural scenery away from tourist crowds
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Return transport to and from your Lanzarote hotel
What you can expect
The Volcanoes' Natural Park surrounds the Timanfaya National Park and is a unique setting for a walk.
The last volcanic eruptions occurred around 1730 and that hit Lanzarote for 6 years, changed the configuration of the island and left a unique world-known volcanic landscape. This together with a high degree of environmental protection available in the area, turn this route into a chromatic gift that is hard to forget.
The 6 km excursion lasts for around 6 h, of which 3 h are quite easy to walk and is suitable for children from age 8.
During the route we can see the processes and forms created by the action of volcanoes, lava fields, ashes, craters, tunnels and stoves. An exceptional palette of colours ranging from the most intense red to black, passing through an infinite range of grays and ochres.
Enjoy the tremendous landscape and the curious shapes created by volcanic eruptions.