With the Timanfaya and the Volcanoes - Shore Excursion in Lanzarote you are going to visit Timanfaya National Park. The Timanfays's strange and unique beauty, absolutely out of this world, will make you feel on another planet. With the dramatic flows of lava and footprints in its path, nature shows us its strength, history and masterpiece in Timanfaya National Park along our shore excursion in Lanzarote.
The Timanfaya and the Volcanoes - Shore Excursion in Lanzarote trough the mountains of fire will make you fall in love with Lanzarote. The virginity of this area is what makes it even more attractive since it has not been modified by the hand of man. Our friendly local tour guide will be in charge of telling you in depth the details of the formation of the great Timanfaya. In 1824 it was the last eruption and the scars of it are still palpable on earth, but in 1730 and 1736 the most important eruptions occurred in its history.
The Timanfaya and the Volcanoes - Shore Excursion in Lanzarote tour is done in a comfortable minibus with a maximum of 14 passengers have more privacy and comfort comparing to a a coach shore tours. It offers a high quality tour to let you really enjoy your shore excursion in Lanzarote.
The Timanfaya National Park will make you feel like on the red planet Mars! The volcanoes and lava fields are one of the most picturesque visual spectacles. Enjoy the geothermal anomaly with the emission of heat from the dormant volcanoes of the island of Lanzarote located in the heart of the park.
On the Timanfaya and the Volcanoes - Shore Excursion in Lanzarote you can also enjoy a CAMEL RIDE. Something optional, but very exotic is to ride a camel in this wonderful scenery. Enjoy the views of the Hervideros Cliffs, a natural wonder. Its scenery will contrast the rudimentary red and black volcanoes with the deep blue of the ocean.
Our Timanfaya and the Volcanoes - Shore Excursion in Lanzarote ends with a visit to the village of La Geria. This is the area of greatest wine production in Lanzarote despite having a population of no more than 20 inhabitants. Its name is due to the technique used for viticulture.
On the way back we will make a last stop at a point to take the best pictures of the area and later on our shore tour turns back to your cruise ship in Arrecife.