Start approx from: 9:00 am
End approx: 4:00 pm
The South Tour takes you to LanzaroteTimanfaya National Park to see the extensive lava fields formed by the 18th century eruptions. In the heart of Montaña del Fuego we show you the geothermal experiments, demonstrating the power of the heat below the surface (610º C at 13m) and you can see the oven where food is cooked by natural heat. The crater route takes us around the best scenery in the park, showing spectacular lava flows of different textures and colours.
The twenty minutes Camel ride, around the base of the Fire Mountains, is great fun for all ages.
At El Golfo you can walk down to “ El Charco de los Clicos” (the green lagoon). The bay itself has a stunning cliff edge. It is here where Olivina, the beautiful semi-precious green stone, has been found in the rocks.
The rugged coastline of Los Hervideros leads us to the salt pans of Janubio. At this 'scientific place of interest' you will learn about the importance of the salt extraction in the island's history.
Lunch, in a picturesque, typical village, is followed by a journey through the unusual vineyards of La Geria, with a stop for some wine tasting.
You will be back at your pick-up point around 4.00pm.
Included in the itinerary:
• Entrance to Timanfaya National Park
• Wine tasting
• Experienced english-speaking guide
• Modern bus with air conditioning
Extra costs, optional:
• Camel ride