Places Covered: Haria,Lanzarote’s Chinijo Archipelago National Park
Duration: 5 hours (approx.
Tour Cost:EUR EUR 50.00 Per Person
Explore the surreal volcanic landscapes of Lanzarote on a 5-hour, small-group hiking tour. Choose from three different routes, graded from low to moderate intensity, and get up close to some of the island’s most stunning natural scenery. Follow the Fire Route around the sculpted lava fields of Timanfaya National Park; roam the vine-dotted hills of La Geria; or explore Lanzarote’s lush green north and see the awe-inspiring Famara Cliffs. Routes are suitable for all abilities and include round-trip hotel transfers. Numbers limited to six people, ensuring personalized attention from an expert guide.
EUR 50.00 Per Person
Choose the route option that best suits you at the time you book. All three hikes are suitable for all abilities, start and finish with a pickup and drop-off from your Lanzarote hotel, and take approximately four to five hours, including transfers.
Then, on the day, meet your expert guide and travel to the start point of your hike by air-conditioned minivan. Before setting off, receive a safety briefing and snack bag to sustain you while walking if required.
One of Lanzarote’s most beautiful regions, the island’s south was devastated by volcanic eruptions in the 18th century. These have helped to sculpt one of the world’s most spectacular volcanic wildernesses — the area of Timanfaya National Park.
On this route, walk among Timanfaya's volcanoes, lava fields and arid terrain as your guide shares insights into local vulcanology. Learn about the eruptions and discover the rebirth of plant and other life that has occurred in this fragile ecosystem.
This 4-mile (6-km) route is available on Tuesdays only and graded as low intensity.
La Geria Route
The La Geria wine region is supremely pretty and represents a triumph over Lanzarote’s harsh terrain and sparse rainfall. During this walk, pass through hills peppered with wineries and vineyards as your guide recounts how farmers use the arid land to grow their grapes.
This 7.5-mile (12-km) route is available on Thursdays only and graded as moderate intensity.
Lanzarote’s Chinijo Archipelago National Park is Europe’s biggest terrestrial maritime reserve and consists of verdant countryside and steep coastal ravines and cliffs.
Starting in the village of Haria in the Valley of a Thousand Palms, the walk climbs to Lanzarote's highest point before passing the awesome Famara Cliffs and traversing the woodlands of El Bosquecillo. As you walk, learn about the lush vegetation and watch for birds such as falcons and vultures.
This 6.5-mile (10.5-km) route is available on Saturdays only and graded as moderate intensity.