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North Lanzarote: Cave, Jameos del Agua, and Viewpoint

1. North Lanzarote: Cave, Jameos del Agua, and Viewpoint

Discover the secrets of a volcanic tube, enjoy a walk through an underground garden, and feel like you're on an eagle's wings at the famed Mirador del Rio, all on this guided day trip around Lanzarote with pickup and drop-off included. After pickup, head first to the volcanic cave Cueva de los Verdes (entry fees included). Second, visit the lava caves Jameos del Agua (entry fees included). Marvel at the volcanic tunnel transformed by Cesar Manrique into a secret garden. See crystal-clear lagoons and albino crabs that look like pearls. Learn about all the sights you visit from your local guide. Next, take in spectacular views of the island from the cliffs of Famara, Mirador del Río (entry fees included), the island of La Graciosa, and the river, a one-kilometer stretch of sea that separates Lanzarote from La Graciosa. Later, visit the village of Haría, also known as the Valley of The Thousand Palms. Spend the rest of your trip exploring this palm grove oasis and optionally stop for lunch. A buffet option for €10 is available, or you can visit a café. 

From Fuerteventura: Lanzarote Trip with Wine Tasting & Lunch

2. From Fuerteventura: Lanzarote Trip with Wine Tasting & Lunch

Get picked up from your hotel and sail from the harbor of Corralejo to Playa Blanca in Lanzarote. From there a bus will take you to the Fire Mountains. Observe the fantastic landscape of the Timanfaya National Park and the geothermal demonstrations in the Islote de Hilario. Next, begin your volcano route and go deep into the lava fields. After a delicious lunch, the bus will pass through La Geria, a wine town. Visit a typical wine cellar and taste the wines of Lanzarote.  Continue across the island to reach the volcano tube Jameos del Agua. Discover unique species, like the albino crab, known as Jameito. From there, return to Playa Blanca, crossing the coast of lava to get the ferry to Fuerteventura.

Lanzarote: Volcanos of Timanfaya and Caves Tour with Lunch

3. Lanzarote: Volcanos of Timanfaya and Caves Tour with Lunch

Enjoy the incredible views of the volcanic island of Timanfaya on a guided day trip from Las Palmas. Visit the green lake along the rugged coastline of El Golfo. Stop for lunch in Yaiza and head to La Geria for a wine tasting. Finally, explore the volcanic tunnel and caverns of Los Jameos del Agua. Start by going to the southern part of the island throughout the lava coast with a panoramic view of Las Salinas de Janubio and Los Hervideros. Then, visit the sailor’s village of El Golfo to see the green lagoon. Continue your journey towards the volcanos and feel the heat of volcanoes and craters. For an additional cost, you can also ride camels. Then, visit the Timanfaya National Park and discover the Volcanoes Route. Enjoy lunch at Yaiza and stop at one of the wineries of La Geria to taste delicious wine. From there, head north and pass by the valley of the thousand palm trees. Then, arrive to Los Jameos del Agua to visit this natural cave associated with the artist César Manriquethe.

Lanzarote: Jameos del Agua & North Island for Cruise Guests

4. Lanzarote: Jameos del Agua & North Island for Cruise Guests

Enjoy the northern landscape of the island in the morning light. Drive to the most northern part of the island at 8:45 AM and reach Los Valles, the Valley of the Thousand Palm Trees and Haría, where the 5,000-year-old volcano Corona is located. After a short drive, you will approach Famara massif at a height of 500 meters. Admire the magnificent view over the islets of the archipelago Chinijo and enjoy this incredible vantage point. Afterwards, continue to Jameos del Agua, a location of impressive underground oases. The intrusion of the sea created this natural lagoon, a perfect natural pool, embedded in nature and framed by lush vegetation. Pass through the villages of Arrieta, Guatiza and Teguise on your way back to the harbor. You will be back at 11:30 AM after an unforgettable morning tour.

Las Palmas: North Lanzarote Half-Day Trip

5. Las Palmas: North Lanzarote Half-Day Trip

See the most beautiful sites in the northern part of Lanzarote by bus. Visit breathtaking caves and cliffs with your tour guide. Start off by admiring the church and cobblestone streets in the old village of Teguise. Cross through the town of Los Valles and head toward Haría to take in wonderful views of the palm grove known as "The Valley of a Thousand Palms." Arrive at Mirador del Río on the steep Famara Cliff and catch a glimpse of Graciosa Island. Admire the rest of the Chinijo Archipelago from a spectacular perspective. Make a final stop at Jameos del Agua, a cave of undeniable beauty whose landscape was formed by volcanic eruptions.

Lanzarote: A Different Perspective Guided Driving Tour

6. Lanzarote: A Different Perspective Guided Driving Tour

VOLCANIC TUBES The speleological wealth of the island of Lanzarote Volcanic or lava tubes are produced by the solidification of lava coming into contact with air, which is clearly much colder. During cooling, an external crust forms, while the lava continues to flow inside. This geological phenomenon can lead to the formation of underground tunnels and volcanic caves, when the internal lava also cools completely. OUR VOLCANOES From the town of Ye and through a landscape dotted with grape vines, figs and lichens, there is an easy path that will take you to the top of this natural monument that stands imposing in the north of the island. From its summit you can enjoy an impressive panoramic view that reaches the paradisiacal beaches of the island of La Graciosa and the islets of the Chinijo Archipelago. An evocative multicolored landscape with ocher, reddish, greenish tones and punctuated by the pristine white of the northern cities and by the immensity of the blue sea

Lanzarote: A Different Perspective Guided Driving Tour

7. Lanzarote: A Different Perspective Guided Driving Tour

Some of the EXPERIENCES that we are going to share... VOLCANIC TUBES The speleological wealth of the island of Lanzarote Volcanic or lava tubes are produced by the solidification of lava coming into contact with air, which is clearly much colder. During cooling, an external crust forms, while the lava continues to flow inside. This geological phenomenon can lead to the formation of underground tunnels and volcanic caves, when the internal lava also cools completely. THE BEST VIEWS A panorama with an incredible view is found on the cliffs of Risco de Famara, where from the top of the cliffs you will find a wide view of the island of La Graciosa, the Atlantic Ocean, Famara beach and a large area of the southern landscape of Lanzarote. On a clear day, this “Mirador” is a great place to enjoy a sunset in Lanzarote. OUR GASTRONOMY The gastronomy of Lanzarote is made up of simple dishes, where the quality and flavor of local raw materials predominate. We will enjoy the delicious "caldo de millo" (millet broth), the "garbanzos"(chickpeas), the "carne de cocino" (pork meat) and many other dishes of our local cuisine. * OUR VOLCANOES From the town of Ye and through a landscape dotted with grape vines, figs and lichens, there is an easy path that will take you to the top of this natural monument that stands imposing in the north of the island. From its summit you can enjoy an impressive panoramic view that reaches the paradisiacal beaches of the island of La Graciosa and the islets of the Chinijo Archipelago. An evocative multicolored landscape with ocher, reddish, greenish tones and punctuated by the pristine white of the northern cities and by the immensity of the blue sea.

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4.5 / 5

based on 921 reviews

The Cueva de los Verdes was impressive. However, we went to Jameos del Agua with high expectations due to its fame, but were a bit disappointed as we expected something more natural. Still they are beautiful. The best thing about the excursion was the guide, who told us a lot of information about everything we saw and its relationship with the work of César Manrique. The food stop is at 12:00 in the only restaurant in the area. It is a simple free buffet (although quite good) for €10/person. You can also take food to eat for free, but there is no option to find another restaurant. As we went with the short excursion (we had already seen the Timanfaya on another occasion), they picked us up halfway and left us at the door of the hotel at 2:00 p.m.

The tour included more highlights than described and was a great experience. Highly recommended! For the participants who had only booked the half-day tour, the return transport was very well organized.

Well organized, no waiting times at the attractions. You could walk past the queue with the group! Great guide, the optional lunch is also highly recommended.

Everything worked out great: tour guide very good, bus on time, enough time at the destinations. Always my pleasure!!!

Well structured day guide very knowledgeable about areas visited great value for money