After pickup by bus from your hotel or a central meeting point in Corralejo, Jandia, or Castillo, travel to the portside at Corralejo to board your Lineas Romero glass-bottomed ferry.
Then, relax on deck and enjoy the open-air sea journey as you sail to Playa Blanca in southern Lanzarote.
Meet your experienced guide here, settle aboard a comfortable, air-conditioned coach, and head first to the Timanfaya National Park, home to Lanzarote’s Timanfaya volcano.
Enjoy a drive through the lunar-like volcanic landscapes of the park and stop to watch some geothermal demonstrations that highlight the intense underground heat in this dormant volcanic area.
From here, travel on to La Geria, Lanzarote’s wine region: famous for its unique-looking vineyards, where each vine is planted in a weather-protective hollow in the soil.
Stop to enjoy some of the local wine and then visit an Aloe Vera museum to learn more about this local crop. Finally, take a panoramic tour of Lanzarote’s south coast to see its majestic cliffs and famous green lagoon of El Golfo.
Then, return to the port at Playa Blanca for your boat journey back to Fuerteventura, where your tour finishes with a drop-off at the original starting point.
Tour is available in English, German, French, and Spanish
Please note: Spanish tours are only available on Saturday, French (Min. 8 persons to garantee)
Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Tour is available in English, German, French, and Spanish.
Please note: Spanish tours are only available on Saturday.
This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
The information presented at the time of booking was very accurate. Staying in Fuerteventura, we were picked up on time and taken to Corralejo Port where we boarded a ferry to Playa Blanca, Lanzarote. From there, we boarded a coach with an excellent guide who explained lot of facts about the region and the country as we travelled to the various destinations. The Wine Factory, Timanfaya National Park and the Aloe Vera Museum were all excellent.
I travelled with my wife and 9 year old son and we all agreed that we would book this tour again.
Not enough time to visit and enjoy this great island overall.
The tour take 3-4 hour in pratiche.
You are always push in the next place and you cant relax and enjoy properly what you see
Beautiful trip. Great Timanfaya National Park, amazing travel by coach through very tiny road in volcano scenery and lovely staff.
This was a great trip with regards to the volcano side of things - we saw some magnificent scenery and it was well worth the journey. It was well organised and I am glad we did it. Where the tour let itself down was the 'wine region' as we got dropped off at one pretty basic vineyard and were handed 'sweet' or 'dry' wine in a shot glass and without any info on the wine itself. Everyone drank their wine and that was it... My husband and I ended up running over the road to another more attractive and more professional Bodegas and paying a little extra for a proper tasting of 3 wines.
When we booked the tour it claimed we would be picked up at our hotel/resort. The actual pick-up point was 1¼ miles from our hotel, a 25 minute walk over some pretty poor pavements. Not a good start. The bus arrived 15 minutes late. It was proceeded by person who drove up in a car and dispensed wrist bands. A smile or welcome was not forthcoming. The bus then took us to the harbour where we were offloaded just as a ferry left. We were left at the quayside for 40 minutes without any explanation as to what was happening until the ferry arrived, then we were told to get off at the first stop where we would be met by a guide. The ferry was small and made heavy weather of the crossing. About 15 of the passengers were quite ill. If you don't travel well on sea, then you should think twice about this tour or use the larger ferries and join the tour on Lanzarote if possible.
However, once we arrived in Lanzarote, the tour did improve. The guide and driver were very good. We were taken past salt pans, then stopped at an impressive volcano partially eroded by the sea. We then stopped at a vineyard where we were given a taste, and I mean just a taste, of either a dry or a sweet wine. No other description was given. It was here we could buy our lunch if you don't mind being served in a brusque manner. It was very busy due to several tour groups and there was a severe lack of seating. We then moved on to the top of an extinct volcano which had a restaurant on top. We were shown a barbecue pit which used natural heat to cook. Also a demonstration of a geyser as well as the heat that was just below our feet. Note that despite the heat beneath the ground, it was very windy and quite cold. We then drove down twisting roads, through the lava fields, stopping to view particular features. Next was the Aloe Vera museum. We didn't actually get into the museum but were given a very informative demonstration in the sales area before being quickly moved along to the shop. Then it was back to the ferry.
It was a nice trip on a comfortable coach, unfortunately with very little walking. The scenery was great, and the experiments in the national park were fun. The only downside is the wine tasting - a completely non-informative one-minute drinking from a plastic cup.
Very well organised trip. Schedule was a bit tight. Could have started early to make the most of the tour. Actual time spent on the tour was for 4 hours only