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View the lunar-like terrain and learn how volcanic eruptions in the 1700s and 1800s gave Lanzarote 32 new volcanoes—many situated in the park.
Travel to your first crater, La Rilla, and ascend by foot. Absorb the views from the rim and hear about the crater’s formation and wildlife as you refuel with refreshments.
Continue by 4-wheel drive to the red-hued Montana Colorada cone. Hike around the base and inspect various geological features, including the world’s biggest “volcanic bomb,” a gigantic rock blown from the volcano.
Finally, drive to Volcan del Cuervo and enter its crater. Admire the lava formations and watch for rare Barbary falcons here before your tour concludes at your hotel.
Walking alone in Lanzarote’s Los Volcanes Natural Park may mean you only scratch the surface of its main sights and volcanic terrain. Get near three volcanoes—La Rilla, Montana Colorada, and Volcan del Cuervo—and learn about their geology and wildlife from a guide on this small-group walking tour. Refreshments, 4-wheel-drive transport, and hotel transfers mean everything’s taken care of, so you can just focus on the scenery.
As per previous reviews this may initially seem a little expensive but it was actually one of the best parts of our holiday!
We were collected promptly by Adolfo who arrived at our hotel in a 'well-used' 4x4 and we were given an overview of...More
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Reviewed 15 August 2018
Highly recommended volcano hike!
This walking and off-road Land Rover tour was one of the highlights of our vacation in Lanzarote. Thanks to splendid guide Adolpho we had a great day in a fascinating landscape and learned a lot about volcanoes and the volcanic history of the island.
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Heidi M, Public Relations Manager at Eco Insider, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you so much for your very kind review Koen.
We're very happy to see that you enjoyed your guided tour and hope to welcome you again sometime!
Carmen & Team eco-insider
Rugby, United Kingdom
Reviewed 7 August 2018
Amazing trip out. Sound a bit pricey especially for a family, but believe me...it is really good value!!
Picked up promptly by excellent guide Martina...amazingly knowledgeable and clever guide. Small group of about 10 peoplein 2 land rovers. The support team driver of Emma was extremely personable and very conversant in life on Lanzarote. Martina covered diverse examples of whole crater, volcanic bomb...More
Heidi M, Public Relations Manager at Eco Insider, responded to this reviewResponded 13 August 2018
Thank you for your kind review of our guided walking tour!
Great to see that you enjoyed your day with Martina and Emma.
We hope to welcome you back sometime.
All the best
Reviewed 16 July 2018
Very interesting tour in Lanzarote.
Excursion of five hours on a Land Rover with a moderate amount of walking. The guide is a geologist who gives you a lot of information on the geology of Lanzarote, its volcanic history, and much more. In particular we have seen an impressive volcanic...More
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Heidi M, Public Relations Manager at Eco Insider, responded to this reviewResponded 23 July 2018
Thank you for your kind review Renzo.
We are so glad that you enjoyed your tour with our geologist Adolfo.
We hope to welcome you again one day in the future.
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Reviewed 6 June 2018
Great volcano experience
3 very different volcanoes with an excellent guide. Easy to moderate walking, but closed shoes are essential, - that volcanic ash gets everywhere. The guide is very knowledgeable and welcomes questions on any subject,- he also has a keen interest in birds and is active...More
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Heidi M, Public Relations Manager at Eco Insider, responded to this reviewResponded 7 June 2018
Thank you for your kind review.
We hope you will visit us again in the future for another tour with us.
Team Eco-Insider :-)
I think most people can do this walking tour, unless you are in pretty bad shape. The most challenging parts of the tour were when we had to walk through loose volcanic sand, which can be straining, but you don't have to do... More
I think most people can do this walking tour, unless you are in pretty bad shape. The most challenging parts of the tour were when we had to walk through loose volcanic sand, which can be straining, but you don't have to do it for hours on end. If you're capable of walking through loose sand for at least five minutes at a time without collapsing, then you can do this tour!