Timanfaya National Park tours

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Timanfaya excursions

FAQs about Timanfaya tours

  • Why book the excursion to Timanfaya with OkLanzarote?

    Booking with Oklanzarote.com comes with these benefits:

    • You can avoid the long queues to access the Timanfaya National Park.
    • We offer pick-ups at or near your accommodation.
    • If you do our bus excursions, you won’t have to take or wait for the park bus to do the volcano route.
    • We offer several excursions with different route combinations so that you can choose the one that suits you best.
    • In Oklanzarote you’ll find the complete information for each tour.
    • We guarantee a personalized treatment. You can contact us every day of the year from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
  • Do the Timanfaya excursions include the camel ride?

    The camel ride is optional in almost all the Timanfaya tours. Please read each route’s information carefully to find out if the camel riding option is included in the excursion.

  • What clothes should I wear to Timanfaya?

    The best option is to wear closed shoes and comfortable clothing.

  • How can I visit Timanfaya? Where is it and how do I get there?

    You can visit the Park on your own or on an organized tour. The National Park is in the southwest center of Lanzarote and extends for ​​more than 51 square km, although the park visit really focuses on the Islote de Hilario, the camel ride and the volcano route.

  • How to choose my Timanfaya tour?

    The Timanfaya excursions differ due to the other sites you’ll visit, along with the park. Also, you should check if it offers to option of riding a camel on the route since, even though it’s optional, not all tours stop to do this activity. In any case, look for the other points of interest, in addition to Timanfaya, that you want to visit on your excursion, these may include Jameos del Agua, Cueva de los Verdes, Charco de los Clicos, La Geria, Los Hervideros or Las Salinas.

  • Should I do an organized excursion to Timanfaya or go on my own?

    The great advantage over self-guided excursions is that in the organized ones you don’t have to wait in the long queues, which can last for up to 3 hours, to enter the park or to take the bus to do the “volcano route”. In addition, the organized visits offer an official guide who will give you information throughout the park route and in Lanzarote. You’ll only have to worry about being at the meeting point at the agreed time. And if you also intend to visit other places such as the Jameos del Agua or the Cueva de los Verdes, you won’t have to queue at the entrance to visit these tourist centers either.

  • How long does the visit to Timanfaya last?

    The time from when we enter the National Park to when we leave is approximately 1.5 hours, and this includes the time to see the experiments, do the Volcano Route, enjoy the Islote de Hilario views and visit The Devil’s Restaurant. If you do the tour with the camel ride, you should add another 30-50 minutes to the itinerary.

  • Timanfaya National Park Tour

    Enjoy a volcano trip in Timanfaya and combine this place with other attractions to enjoy the best tours and sightseeing in Lanzarote

    Timanfaya National Park is the great natural and scenic treasure of the island of Lanzarote. It’s a protected space that is very different to other national parks in the Canary Islands and the rest of Spain. For starters, consider its geological character: all of its features can be traced back to the volcanic origin of this territory.Visita guiada al Parque Nacional de TimanfayaTimanfaya was declared a National Park in 1974, and remains the only one with such designation among the different islands of Las Palmas.

    In total, Timanfaya National Park occupies more than 51 square kilometres to the southeast of Lanzarote, inside the municipalities of Yaiza an Tinajo. And in that location, there are 25 volcanos, all of which are active although the latest eruption took place in 1824.Paisaje volcánico de TimanfayaBut experiencing the activity of this volcanic system is the main attraction for a visit to Timanfaya, without forgetting the undoubtable scenic attraction of its rocky, stark, rugged and sometimes moon-like landscapes.

    There are places where it’s easy to experience the dormant volcanic activity underground, since there are enclaves that reach up to 600 degrees only about 13 metres deep, which can be exemplified by pouring water in any of the cracks in the ground and watch as that water is immediately turned into a stream of steam, like a true geyser.Géiser en Timanfaya

    In other places, like in the El Diablo Restaurant, food is cooked thanks to the underground heat of Timanfaya, on a grill designed by Lanzarote’s great artist, César Manrique.Restaurante en el Islote de HilarioIn short, Timanfaya National Park is one of top things to do in Lanzarote, and many excursions are lead through its interior in order to make stops at scenes like Islote de Hilario or to tour the 14 kilometre Volcano Road, the best way to contemplate these landscapes of craters, lava and rocks, and to discover the so-called Montañas de Fuego (Fire Mountains).