Lanzarote Buggy Tours

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Best price guarantee
And no hidden fees
Extra gift upon booking
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Customer Service 24 / 7
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Buggy excursions

Buggy Hire for customers from Costa Teguise, Playa Blanca, Puerto del Carmen, Puerto Calero and Arrecife

Discover the island of volcanoes while enjoying a buggy tour in Lanzarote. Choose the route based on the type of buggy, type of road, places to visit, who accompanies you, the duration, pick-up areas, the type of experience you want to have and the price.

Type of Buggy

Select the type of buggy you want to drive, manual or automatic, and the number of people with whom you’ll go. Two-seater buggies can accommodate 1 or 2 people, while each vintage buggy can accommodate 1 to 4 people. Children under the age of 8 cannot ride in two-seater buggies, while families with small children can go in a vintage buggy.

Type of road

Check out the type of road you can go on, since some two-seater buggy tours combine dirt roads (offroad) with asphalt roads, while vintage buggies only go on asphalt roads.

Duration of the buggy safaris

Choose your tour depending on the duration. The two-seater buggy tours last 2 to 3 hours, while the vintage buggy tours last from 2 to 5 hours.

Places to visit

Get to know many of the Lanzarote’s emblematic places on the buggy safaris such as the Timanfaya National Park, La Geria, Haria, the Mirador del Río, Las Salinas de Janubio, Playa Quemada, Los Hervideros or the Laguna Verde.

Pick-up spots

Pick up in Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca, Costa Teguise, Puerto Calero and Arrecife.

Before booking a tour make sure that it offers a pickup service in the area where you’re staying. Many two-seater buggy tours offer pick-up in Arrecife, Puerto del Carmen, Puerto Calero, Playa Blanca and Costa Teguise. Vintage buggy tours don’t offer a pick-up service.

Type of experience and driving

Note that the experience differs on the vintage buggy routes, driving is more relaxed and calmer, and the objectives of the tours are more cultural and didactic. On these tours we’ll visit some of the most representative sites on the island, we’ll learn some Canarian traditions and taste typical Canarian dishes. The two-seater buggy routes, however, aim for more fun while driving and traveling on the different types of roads.

Price of the buggy tour and extras

Compare the prices of the tours and their possible extras. Also check out what each route includes before booking.

In short, we offer various buggy tours in Lanzarote so that you can choose your experience.

You can contact us to clarify any questions. However, we recommend reading the FAQ section before contacting us.

Frequently asked questions about the buggy tours

What requirements and documentation must drivers present?

Drivers must meet the following requirements:

  • Have at least 2 years of experience with their driver’s license.
  • Bring an identity card or passport.
  • Bring the original and valid driver’s license. If you don’t have a physical card, check with us to verify if you can bring the digital card some governments issue.
  • Wear closed-toe shoes to be able to drive.

Is it easy to drive a buggy?

Yes, they’re usually automatic, and we’ll give you instructions on how to drive them before the beginning of the tour.

Can we take turns driving?

Yes, but only if both drivers have presented their driver’s licenses.

Is it better to do the tour in a buggy or quads?

For safety reasons, we don’t offer quad tours.

How many people can go in each buggy?

There can only be 1 or 2 people per vehicle.

How to choose the best buggy excursion in Lanzarote?

We’ve already pre-selected the best buggy tours. Now you can choose the one that suits you best, considering if they can pick you up in your area, the duration, schedules, routes and your budget.

What clothing should we wear?

  • Closed-toed shoes, and some warm clothing as the buggies don’t have windows.
  • A bandana (if you don’t have one, you can usually buy one just before the tour starts).
  • Sunglasses.

What do the tours include?

In each tour’s general information section, you’ll find the services or materials included. Generally, they include goggles to protect you from the dust, so you can drive, and a transfer to the place of departure.

Can pregnant women go on the buggy tours?


Can I do the buggy tour if I have back problems?

You shouldn’t.

Can children do the tour?

Yes, as long as they’re over 8 years old and taller than 135cm.

How long in advance should I book the buggy safari?

Buggy outings are in high demand, and they usually run out, so the sooner you make your reservation, the more certainty you’ll have about being able to do the excursion.

How many vehicles go on the tour?

In general, buggy safaris are limited to less than 10 buggies for reasons of safety and control. They will always be led by the guide, who will go in the first buggy.

Does the tour duration include resting times?

Yes, the total time of the tour includes the driving time plus the resting times.

Other buggy tours in the Canary Islands

If you are traveling to other islands, check here for buggy tours in Fuerteventura and for any buggy tour in Gran Canaria.