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Discover Lanzarote’s dreamy landscapes on a guided 5-hour hike and select from three different routes, ranging from easy to moderate. Follow the 4-mile (6-km) Fire Route around the volcanic peaks and lava fields of Timanfaya National Park, or enjoy a 7.5-mile (12-km) tour of the serene La Geria vineyards. Alternatively, journey to Lanzarote's highest point on the North Route, a 6.5-mile (10.5-km) hike across the sea cliffs and woodlands of the Chinijo Archipelago National Park. This small-group tour is limited to six and includes hotel pick-up and snacks.

Highlights

  • 5-hour hiking tour through Lanzarote’s beautiful landscapes
  • Choose from three different routes, each graded from low to moderate intensity and suitable for all abilities
  • Trace a route through the lava fields of Timanfaya National Park
  • Explore the rolling hills and vineyards of the La Geria wine region
  • See the epic Famara Cliffs on a trek through lush northern Lanzarote
  • Learn about local vulcanology, landscapes, flora and fauna as you walk
  • Enjoy the personalized atmosphere of a small-group experience limited to six people

What You Can Expect

Lanzarote Volcano Guided Hiking Tour

Discover Lanzarote's volcanic landscapes on a hiking tour

After selecting the hiking route and departure time that most appeals to you, enjoy the convenience of pickup from you Lanzarote hotel before embarking on your trek. Travel by air-conditioned minivan to your start point, and receive a safety briefing and snack before setting off on one of the three routes described below.

Fire Route
The dramatic, lava-sculpted landscapes of the Fire Route are astounding. Alongside your guide, you’ll hike among the volcanoes of Timanfaya National Park while gaining insight into the geology and biology of the seemingly barren area. Walk over terrain devastated by volcanic eruptions and scour the scenery for life that thrives in the fragile eco-system.

This 4-mile (6-km), low-intensity route is only available on Tuesdays.

La Geria Route
If you take La Geria Route, prepare to be amazed by verdant landscapes that contrast to the harsh terrain of Lanzarote. Hike past hills peppered with vineyards and wineries as you delve into the agricultural heritage of the island with your guide.

This 7.5-mile (12-km), moderate-intensity route is only available on Thursdays.

North Route
On the North Route, you’ll explore the Chinijo Archipelago National Park — Europe’s biggest terrestrial maritime reserve — and see a tableau of steep coastal cliffs and lush countryside. Starting at the small village of Haria, you’ll ascend to Lanzarote’s highest point, gaze at the Famara Cliffs and traverse the woodlands of El Bosquecillo.

This 6.5-mile (10.5-km, moderate-intensity route is only available on Saturdays.

Customer Reviews

dickie

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

great morning out, me and my girlfriend were the only ones on the tour so we had Raquel the guide to ourselves. she is a lovely person and full of knowledge about the volcanoes and area. I have visited Lanzarote 30 times and this was one of the best things I have done there!! visiting again in November and hopefully meet up with her again on a tour

JUDITH L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Excellent trip with Raquel who was a very knowlegable, engaging guide. She paced the walk perfectly enabling those less fit than the others with regular stops to impart information on the flora and fauna or lack of it and the history of the formation of the landscape from the various eruptions over time. It was a small, friendly group. A degree of fitness and mobility is needed as of course there is uphill walking. Would definitely recommend this trip.

LINA Z

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2016

Big big thanks to Raquel for fantastic day and information . I very love walking and hope to do more trips with You!!!!!

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