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Timanfaya National Park

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Timanfaya National Park

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Bus and Entrance to Timanfaya National Park
$27.72 per adult
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Guided tour: Timanfaya National Park and La Geria
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Visit to Timanfaya, Green Lagoon and La Geria
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3 Volcanoes Guided Walking Tour from Lanzarote
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Lanzarote Short South Tour with Timanfaya Volcano Entrance
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Timanfaya & Lanzarote Volcano Experience
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Lanzarote's Best Sunset Cruise With Drinks, Canapes, Champagne Welcome & Music

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New for 2019! Chilled Champagne, Cocktails smooth relaxing music and the best sunset you will ever likely see in your life! <br><br>Step aboard our completely refurbished 17 Metre Motor Catamaran and relax in our luxury bean bags on on our sun deck or on our VIP area watching out for Dolphins and Pilot Whales. Listen to the smooth relaxing Spanish Guitar and Chillout House music while we cruise into the sunset We are a very friendly Motor Catamaran and small family business offering the very best service and we can cater for up to 46 people on any one trip. We do not overcrowd our boat and offer an all inclusive experience, meaning free flowing beer, sangria and soft drinks plus a champagne welcome, you are able to purchase spirits &amp; more champagne on the trip if you wish! The price includes a bus to and from your home resort including Costa Teguise, Puerto Del Carmen and Playa Blanca. <br>*Please note you will be required to remove your footwear to enter the boat*
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chrisxxxx wrote a review Yesterday
Düsseldorf, Germany30 contributions16 helpful votes
there is nothing to see here that can be seen better outside. admission was 13 euros. Better hike a volcani outside
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Date of experience: January 2021
Response from CACT L, Propietario at Timanfaya National Park
Responded yesterday
Dear chrisxxxx Thank you for your comment, we regret that you have not fully enjoyed the experience during your visit. Mountains of Fire are part of a wide area affected by the volcanic eruptions that struck Lanzarote between 1730-1736 and later, in 1824. This lengthy eruptive process is one of the most relevant and spectacular in the volcanic history of the Earth. of the Timanfaya National Park, protected by various agencies and with very restricted access. The approximately 14-kilometer long route is suitable for visits by bus. It is a stretch of road, perfectly blended in with the environment alongside the core of the eruptions, where elements of geological and geomorphological interest gather. Customer Service Lanzarote Arts, Culture and Tourism Centers
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winonhols wrote a review Jan 11
county durham208 contributions165 helpful votes
We visited in December the week before Christmas and hired a car to see some of the island. We have never been to Lanzarote before but this was definitely one of the most stunning sights. My husband studied geology at university and has a very keen interest so this was like an incredibly exciting and informative field trip! We didn’t have a lot of time and due to the worsening pandemic, we were repatriated back to the UK a few days later otherwise we would have returned and spent more time here. We did not realise at the time you can buy a universal ticket which includes entry to more than one of the attractions on Lanzarote so we were paying individually for the tickets. We also weren’t sure about getting on an enclosed bus in the current climate so we didn’t take the bus tour and feel that we have probably missed out on more of the experience. We’re not sure if you are allowed to drive your own vehicle where the bus route goes or if at other times, (pre-pandemic), you would have been allowed to get off the bus to take photos? If not, perhaps open topped buses or ones with no windows could be used? Even from the restaurant and visitor centre, you got an excellent appreciation of the area and the heat still being emitted from underground is phenomenal. They actually barbecue food to serve in the restaurant! It all seemed very well organised although we wouldn’t necessarily like to visit when the normal level of holidaymakers were present. You would probably either need to be there early or later on in the day to avoid the crowds. Nice gift shop selling a large variety of souvenirs. Would love to go back here and see more. We would highly recommend as a visitor attraction if staying on Lanzarote.
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Date of experience: December 2020
Cristi M wrote a review Jan 4
55 contributions2 helpful votes
The park is well maintained but unfortunately you can't enjoy any freedom of walk. You will only be allowed to visit the volcanoes through an organised bus tour.
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Date of experience: December 2020
George wrote a review Dec 2020
New Romney, United Kingdom3 contributions1 helpful vote
Beautiful scenery, which you will never see anywhere else. Effective demonstrations and interesting comments from the guide.
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Date of experience: December 2020
Tim A wrote a review Dec 2020
Gütersloh, Germany4 contributions
Unique landscape of vast vulcanic structures stemming from the 18th and 19th centuries. Stunning craters and some interesting touristic sights.
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Date of experience: December 2020