Discover the unearthly lunar landscape of Lanzarote on full-day trip from Fuerteventura. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, ride the remarkable Route of the Volcanoes and skirt the base of the Fire Mountains amid the natural splendor of Timanfaya National Park. Express wonder at the natural sculptures carved by molten lava and gaze at the green-hued surface of El Golfo lagoon. Absorb the verdant beauty of La Geria wine region and sample a fine wine, then conclude with some free time at cavernous resort of Jameos del Agua.
Full-day trip to Lanzarote from Fuerteventura including lunch
Trace the Route of the Volcanoes at Timanfaya National Park
See the beautiful west coast and the remarkable green lake at El Golfo
Savor a delicious lunch and a glass of wine in the village of Yaiza
Visit the verdant vineyards of La Geria for a wine tasting at a local winery
Enjoy free time at the charming cave-come-resort of Jameos del Agua
Depart from your hotel in Caleta de Fuste, or make your own way to a pre-arranged meeting point, then board your ferry to the intriguing island of Lanzarote. Enjoy a calming cruise over the Atlantic Ocean then disembark at Playa Blanca on the serene southern tip of the coast. Begin your journey towards Timanfaya National Park and take in the dramatic red-rock mountain range named Fire Mountains. Trace the renowned Route of the Volcanoes in the minivan, passing through a lunar landscape of explosive geysers and red-hued rocks. Gain fascinating insight into the unique geothermic activity of the area then continue along the rugged coast to El Golfo. Marvel at the emerald green sheen of the village’s lagoon then refresh with a flavorsome and fulfilling lunch of roast chicken and fresh salad. Revitalized, venture into the verdant region of La Geria to discover the sprawling vineyards that dominate the landscape; hear about why the region is world renowned for its fine wine and pamper your palate with some samples. Pass through the natural landmark known as the Valley of a Thousand Palms, and learn about how locals plant a palm tree every time a child is born, then conclude your tour with a visit to Jameos del Agua, a coastal cave designed by local artist Cesar Manrique. Bid your guide and group farewell at the tour’s original departure point.